This chapter describes the bricolage of suggestions and ideas about 'the individual'. The contemporary discourse stresses that individuals are embedded in social relationships, communal networks, task-oriented groups and ecosystems. Classical individualism stresses the moral worth of the individual who is its focus. The fundamental premise is that the human individual is of primary importance in the struggle for liberation. The fact that an individual is fractured is not an obstacle to radical politics; rather it is a source of them. When C. G Jung writes about 'the individual', the academics turn away and snigger. The Jungian individual does not cut the intellectual mustard. In social spirituality, individuals come together to take action in the social sphere, doing this in concert with other people. To the contrary, there is a kind of spiritual rain that can descend on individuals who get involved in politics and social issues with others hence 'social' spirituality.