In the same measure as the conscious attitude may pride itself on a certain godlikeness
by reason of its lofty and absolute standpoint, an unconscious attitude develops with a
godlikeness oriented downwards to an archaic god whose nature is sensual and brutal.
--CG Jung, Psychological Types

Fight the big corporations. Kill the multinationals. Break up the conglomerates and the consortiums. The problem of how to do that
preoccupies more and more of us as helicopters hired with oil money
drive natives from villages, artificial plant genes enter our rivers,
and the bottom line defecates swallowed ecosystems as toxic waste.

Permaculturalists like to say, however, that “the problem is the solution.” So do depth psychologists. Informed by the psychological work of Janet, James, Freud, and Jung, we look upon symptoms as signals of
things unlearned, indications of what we have yet to make conscious...

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