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Two Processes Are Necessary

To attain complete liberation, two processes are both necessary. One: effective organized social action and struggle. Two: discharge and re-evaluation for each individual of his or her individual distress patterns. The two processes are complementary. Each enhances the other.

To fight intelligently against social oppression is to contradict one’s individual distress pattern and expedite discharge and re-evaluation, provided one pursues one’s Co-Counseling systematically. . . .

To emerge from one’s individual painful emotion enhances one’s individual effectiveness in the social struggle and helps avoid mistaken strategies and tactics based on feelings (which are the usual mistakes made in struggle), provided that one engages in activity and doesn’t just settle for talking about it.

Harvey Jackins

 From page 48 of Rough
Notes from Liberation I and II

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