More often than not, the most healing images are derived from and reflect remote, inaccessible, and wild places: literally a world apart from the destructive influence of the dominant culture. Our survival depends upon remembering our interdependence with nature, and not in the delusion that we are superior to or separate from it.
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A properly adjusted monitor can make a significant difference in the perceived quality of the images viewed. You should be able to distinguish each tone in the following image, particularly at the ends of the scale. Generally, you should increase the contrast to the maximum, and then vary the brightness accordingly.
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