Highly individuated – poorly integrated

#422 Highly individuated – poorly integrated
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I am not even sure if “Highly individuated – poorly integrated” is a real possibility in the psychological sense, but it is the phrase that came with this doodling, and it seems to fit. It fits because if it is anything more than exploring various techniques I am not aware of it. Rather unpleasant figures crop up occasionally, I’ll just keep looking. See also: Memory.

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