Getting to grips with the non-rational(s)
Since the Age of Reason we in the West have put rationality at the high point of human evolution - this is unnecessarily limiting.
Rational = good; non-rational = bad?
But there are two levels of non-rationality - before (pre) and after (trans).
Ken Wilber has noted a pre-trans fallacy which involves using a simple two point system where the infantile state is assumed to be the same as the mystical state (Freud) OR vice versa (Jung). The three point system, as drawn out in the above table, sees the high point of human evolution as being the trans-rational. This embraces rationality and carries it forward. Note that there is need to steer clear of fuzzy fallacious thinking that promotes non rationality as an indiscriminatingly good thing. This can so easily lead to the "the black tide of the mud of occultism!" (Freud).
For a short intro to the idea see - http://www.integralworld.net/index.html?fallacy.html
Hear Wilber himself on the theme - http://www.praetrans.com/en/ptf.html