This fnal book in The SleepNot Trilogy (with titles 112 and 115) favors readers with new glimpses into the soul of the author and the many life, love and death issues, personal and collective, that he grapples with.
With candor, insight and humor, interweaving his own story with psychological verities and Jung’s concepts, Sharp and Prof. Adam Brillig chart the course, and trials, of individuation that are part and parcel of everyone’s journey through life. (See exceerpts in Jung at Heart no. 45.)
There are those who dismiss Jung as being too heady or mystical. Daryl Sharp brings Jung’s ideas alive and makes them both understandable and palatable. He stretches gold.
A Jungian with a sense of humor? Not an oxymoron, but Daryl Sharp. Here is an author able to put complex ideas into words and real-life situations that laymen can understand. It’s a rare ability.
About the Author:
Daryl Sharp, B.J., B.Sc., M.A., is a graduate of the C.G. Jung Institute in Zurich, the author of many other titles in this series, and publisher of Inner City Books.