The Shadow is an unconscious complex that is defined as the repressedand suppressed aspects of the conscious self. There are constructive and desctructive types of shadow. Carl Jung emphasized the importance of being aware of shadow material and incorporating it into conscious awareness, lest one project these attributes onto others.
The human being deals with the reality of the Shadow in four ways:
There are three totally different kinds of humans on the Earth, meaning thatthey perceive the one reality in three different ways, interpreted differently.
The first kind of human has chromosome composition of 42+2. They comprise aunity consciousness that does not see anything outside themselves as being separate from themselves. To them, there is only one energy – one life, one beingness that moves everywhere. Anything happening anywhere is within them, as well. They are like cells in the body. They are all connected to a single consciousness that moves through all of them. These are the aboriginals in Australia. There might be a few African tribes left like this.
Then, there is our level, comprising 44+2 chromosomes. We are a disharmoniclevel of consciousness that is used as a steppingstone from the 42+2 level to the next level, 46+2… These two chromosomes change everything.