Volume II is to Volume I as Memories, Dreams, Reflections is to Man and His Symbols — it makes the basic premises more convincing and understandable by illustrating how they evolved out of Jung’s lived experience. It reveals the author's thoughts concerning a lacuna in Jung’s system based on an analysis of his life from the perspective of attachment theory. The problem is immediately remedied by employing a particular archetype.
A. William Blake and the English Romantics
B. The Mandala
C. The Anthropos
D. Merlin and the Grail Legend
E. The Philosopher’s Stone
F. Jung and Mithracism
G. Jung’s Eros Wound and His Image of God
H. Jung’s Phallic Self-Image
Dennis Merritt, Ph.D., LCSW, is a Jungian psychoanalyst and ecopsychologist in private practice in Madison and Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Dream work and use of the I Ching in analysis are his fortes, and he incorporates sandplay therapy into his work as a subtle yet powerful form of active imagination. He integrates elements of psychoanalytic, psychodynamic, brief therapy and Winnicott into a Jungian ecopsychological perspective. Over twenty years of participation in Lakota Sioux ceremonies have strongly influenced his worldview.
Dennis Merritt is a diplomate. C.G. Jung Institute Zurich and also holds the following degrees: M.A. Humanistic Psychology-Clinical, Sonoma State University, California, Ph.D. Insect Pathology, University of California-Berkeley. M.S.Entomology, University of Wisconsin-Madison, B.S.Entomology, University of Wisconsin-Madison.