The goal of individuation, as pictured in unconscious images, represents a kind of mid-point or centre in which the supreme value and the greatest life intensity are concentrated. For Jung, in the simplest possible terms, this reconciliation of opposites and their integration resulting in transcendence is fundamentally achieved by bringing into consciousness the unconscious aspects of our being. This process is called individuation and the agent and the goal of the process is termed 'Self'. Individuation can be seen as the process of withdrawing projections and accepting what we previously thought was somebody else's failings or strengths as our own, and then recognising that the true Self is both individual and universal. In summary, then, individuation is the process by which a person becomes a psychological individual, that is, a separate, indivisible, unity or whole.