Let us reflect on where we have come--I and those readers who have accepted the arguments thus far, and those as well who have graciously suspended judgement until we shall have arrived at a spot where all of the arguments are in. By the Jungian view, there is an undivided universe that contains an irreducible element of mind. Mind and matter are, as it were, complementary aspects of a unified reality. Mind registers itself to us in consciousness, which rides upon the vast sea of the collective unconscious. The collective unconscious, which is common to all humanity, is the product of natural selection, but it is linked through the archetypes that give it its form with the universal element of mind.