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“Life is born only of the spark of opposites, ” wrote Carl Jung, the Swiss analytic psychologist. The two opposing forces that he referred to were the conscious mind and what he called “the shadow” —a collection of all-too-often repressed traits, the existence of which most of us deny. Its hazy and indistinct contours contain “all those unpleasant qualities we like to hide, ” from arrogance to greed, recklessness and illicit urges. And despite any efforts to the contrary, Jung


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