Jungian individuation process (theory)

"a process of psychological integration where an individual becomes a unique, whole, and authentic person by integrating their conscious and unconscious mind" -- Brave AI.
  • The development of the persona, which is the social mask or image that an individual presents to the world.
  • The emergence of the shadow, which is the repressed or hidden aspects of the personality.
  • The integration of the anima and animus, which are the feminine and masculine aspects of the personality.
  • The development of the self, which is the central, guiding force of the personality.
  • The integration of the collective unconscious, which is the shared reservoir of archetypes and memories that are common to all humans.

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