In the upper left we’ve used a piece of provocative street art that directly critiques the advertising industry. It likens the human mind to a ‘battlefield’ where we see a range of symbolic struggles taking place. The ‘three monkey’ sculpture added there refers to some of the ways that we remain passive, choosing to ignore aspects of reality that we find threatening, i.e. ‘speak no evil, see no evil, hear no evil.’ Moving the cursor over this quadrant, however, reveals two books. One, by Hines and Bishop is called Thinking About the Future. The other, by Wilber deals with Integral Psychology. Such works provide two of many ways beyond strategies (such as avoidance, denial and repression) that are often employed to soften the psychological impacts of the coming global emergency.