This chapter discusses the complexity of individuals, and the cultures and organisations within which they operate. It highlights the role of light and shadows in determining what people can see and do. Light seems to play an important part in driving local inquiry and emboldening the search for knowledge, while shadows and darkness stifle the local search. While shadow typically refers to the unknown dark side of the personality, in Jungian tradition, it typically includes everything that is outside the light of consciousness, and may encompass positive as well as negative aspects that remain hidden from the light. The shadow side entails a creative potential to develop and grow. An informed dialogue that covers the rational and the shadow side can improve and enhance existing ideas and perspectives and strengthen motivation and work habits. Many individuals remain unaware of the shadow side and the potential it uncovers.