A quick reference to individuation

A process of psychological differentiation, having for its goal the development of the individual personality.
No one is ever completely individuated.  While the goal is wholeness and a healthy working relationship with the self, the true value of individuation lies in what happens along the way.

-Daryl Sharp (1991). C.G. Jung Lexicon.  Inner City Books.

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