Foreword by Harriet S. Friedman and Rie Rogers Mitchell.
1 Sandplay therapy and the numbers as Psyche's images. 2 How numbers show in the sand. 3 The archetype of one: unity. 4 The archetype of two: duality, polarity, and division (samsara). 5 The archetype of three: trinity, a new integration. 6 The archetype of four: quaternity as realization. 7 The archetype of five: quintessence, awakening, and regeneration. 8 The archetype of six: union of opposites and integration. 9 The archetype of seven: initiation. 10 The archetype of eight: the auspicious double quandrinity. 11 The archetype of nine: the sacred final unit. 12 The one through nine number system compared to the evolutionary psychological development system of Erik Erickson. 13 Unity within diversity: the Eastern synchronistic approach as related to the number archetypes. 14 The numbers and the ten oxherding pictures. 15 Numbers: static or dynamic. 16 Using the number archetypes as guidelines to transference issues. 17 Using the material in clients process. 18 Number practice section
'From her extensive global work and travel Dr. Eastwood has identified the number archetypes that repeatedly surface throughout the diverse communities and cultures. In recent years, Dr. Eastwood, adept in the study of numbers, has integrated her understanding of numbers into her Jungian work and sandplay therapy.'