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The Conscious The, Living Programme Interpretation of. Stage 4 Education interpreting the dream message 15. Stage 5 Transformation making the dream concrete 18. Dream work an overview 19, Pots of Green Pasta 19, A Message from Dad 20. Dirty Laundry 21, Jung s Dream House 22, References 23. Quick Dream Interpretation Guide 24, Step 1 Confession 25. Step 2 Illumination 25, Step 3 Amplification 25, Step 4 Education 25.
Step 5 Transformation 25, Resources 26, Youtube videos 27. Articles 27, 1 http appliedjung com Copyright The Centre of Applied Jungian Studies. http facebook com Appliedjung, The Conscious The, Living Programme Interpretation of. The Interpretation of dreams, Dreams are the royal road to the unconscious Sigmund Freud. He who looks outside dreams he who looks inside awakes Carl Jung. Dreams are like stars you may never touch them but if you follow them they will lead you to your. destiny Anonymous, Why do we dream, Dreaming helps us to recharge the mind and revitalise the body but are there more.
Throughout time and across cultures and religious beliefs dreams have captured. our imagination as man instinctively try to decipher their hidden meaning. Sigmund Freud the father of psychoanalysis viewed dreams as representations of. unfulfilled wishes and desires He discovered that encouraging people to talk about. their dream images and the thoughts that these images prompted in their minds. would reveal the unconscious background to their neuroses both in what they said. and in what they failed to say This technique called free association played an. important part in the development of psychoanalysis for it enabled Freud to use. dreams as the starting point from which the unconscious struggles of his patients. might be explored Published in his ground breaking book The Interpretation of. Dreams 1900 Freud famously described the dream as the royal road to the. unconscious, The Unconscious, So what is the unconscious and how do you gain access to its messages. The unconscious was viewed by Freud as a place where forgotten repressed or. dreaded elements of the psyche is stored Carl Jung one of the first pioneers into. the mystery of consciousness and its relationship with the unconscious viewed the. unconscious contrarily to his peers In his autobiography Memories Dreams. Reflections Jung describes the story of his life as a story of the self realisation of. the unconscious Everything in the unconscious seeks outward manifestation and. the personality too desires to evolve out of its unconscious conditions and to express. itself as a whole p 21, 2 http appliedjung com Copyright The Centre of Applied Jungian Studies. http facebook com Appliedjung, The Conscious The, Living Programme Interpretation of. Jung saw within the unconscious the primal pattern the blue print according to. which your conscious mind and your total personality are formed These patterns. contain all the traits all the strengths the weaknesses the basic structure and parts. that make you who you are, Jung viewed the unconscious as the part of the mind that stores all the information. that is not immediately available to your everyday waking consciousness but which. affects your thoughts feelings and behaviours, It is your unconscious made up of thousands of stored programmes that.
governs your bodily functions such as your breathing heart rate kidney. function liver functions etc, determines your instinctive behavioural patterns. underpins the beliefs and patterns of your thinking. deletes distorts or filters out incoming information so that you are only. consciously aware of information that you need right now. Your unconscious does all of this without the help supervision or even awareness of. your conscious mind, Jung discovered that most of the neurosis of modern living the feeling of. fragmentation that overtakes us the loss of meaning the feeling that we have lost a. part of ourselves and that something that once belonged to us is missing results. from the isolation of consciousness from the unconscious We all need to consult the. unconscious and cooperate with it in order to realise the full potential that lies within. us When we are in balance the conscious mind and the unconscious cohabitates. and there is a constant flow of energy and information between these two functions. yet they meet in the dimension of dream vision ritual and imagination. As Robert Johnson in Inner Work so eloquently puts it. To get a true sense of who we are become more complete and integrated human. beings we must go to the unconscious and set up communication with it Much of. ourselves and many determinants of our character are contained in the unconscious. It is only by approaching it that we have a chance to become conscious complete. whole human beings Jung has shown that by approaching the unconscious and. learning its symbolic language we live richer and fuller lives We begin to live in. partnership with the unconscious rather than at its mercy or in constant warfare with. 3 http appliedjung com Copyright The Centre of Applied Jungian Studies. http facebook com Appliedjung, The Conscious The, Living Programme Interpretation of. Why dream work, Dreams express the movements conflicts interactions and development of the great. energy system within the unconscious Dreams are therefore a conversation in. symbolic language with yourself it sends messages between the unconscious and. conscious Through working with your dreams you make it possible for yourself to. explore important parts of your own psyche and you create an opportunity to get to. know yourself better, provide insight into the way in which you operate in the world.
help you to examine the recurring patterns playing out in your life and assists. you to gain insight into the key challenges and choices that these patterns. provide insight into areas of your life in which you feel stuck. give insight into your relationships with others, offer insights into your feelings. enable you to make conscious and wise choices, create greater self knowledge and self understanding. provide awareness of new possibilities and opportunities where previously. you saw none, grant access to personal and meaningful messages. contribute to meaning in your life, create personal transformation. offer connections to aspects of yourself that are larger than your ego. guide your personal growth and support you to achieve your full potential. So how do you work with your dreams, In the words of Jung.
Collective Works 8 p 00, The years when I pursued the inner images were the most important time of my. life Everything else is to be derived from this It began at that time and the later. details hardly matter anymore My entire life consisted in elaborating what had burst. forth from the unconscious and flooded me like an enigmatic stream and threatened. to break me That was the stuff and material for more than only one life Everything. later was merely the outer classification scientific elaboration and the integration. into life But the numinous beginning which contained everything was then. 4 http appliedjung com Copyright The Centre of Applied Jungian Studies. http facebook com Appliedjung, The Conscious The, Living Programme Interpretation of. Dream work map, The method of dream analysis used throughout this guide is Jungian in approach. and is built around Jung s model of transformation. Working with your dreams involves the following, Confession recording your dreams. Dream work begins with capturing the dream by immediately writing it down. for interpretation later you can also use a voice note Then write it down as. soon as possible, Illumination finding personal associations.
Every dream is made up of a series of images The foundation for interpreting. dreams is discovering the personal associations and meaning that these. images hold for you, Amplification finding objective associations. Looking at dreams through amplification through an archetypal framework. expands your personal associations into the realm of the objective and allows. you to discover unexplored depths of your psyche, Education interpreting the dream message. Translating your dream images through personal as well as objective. associations helps you to discover and interpret the dream s meaning and. connects the meaning of the dream to the dynamics of your inner life. Transformation making the dream concrete, The specific images and messages you receive from your dreams are. accompanied by an energy that contains transformative potential it integrates. the insights or the messages of your dreams into your conscious as well as. into your waking life The understanding of your dream is no longer on a. purely abstract level or for later interpretation it provides immediate and. concrete reality, 5 http appliedjung com Copyright The Centre of Applied Jungian Studies. http facebook com Appliedjung, The Conscious The, Living Programme Interpretation of.
Stage 1 to 5, The following is an exploration into the steps of Jungian dream interpretation with. sample dreams, Confession recording your dreams, A man s dreams are an index to his greatness Zadock Rabinwitz. Dreams come in many forms lengths and intensities To understand them and the. meaning they have for you personally they need to be recorded Patterns and. repeating images are a guide to what your unconscious deems important issues. These become clearer when written down in a dedicated book and kept together. When you start paying attention to your dreams the unconscious starts. communicating and often the frequency of dreams increase. Some people struggle to record complete dreams and only remember fragments of. their dreams Don t let this worry or stop you from working with your dreams often a. single image from a dream contains vital information about a current situation and. these fragments are just as meaningful as longer dream sequences. The key to the journaling of dreams is to have a dedicated book on hand next to your. bed Dreams tend to fade during the day so capture your dream as soon as. possible The value you will get from doing this far outweighs the effort however it. does require you to be disciplined about recording your dreams. How to capture a dream, Write the dream down on the left hand page of your journal and keep the right hand. side blank for interpretations comments sketches and subsequent analyses Date. the entry and write down the dream in the sequence of events capturing as much. detail of the dream as possible, 6 http appliedjung com Copyright The Centre of Applied Jungian Studies. http facebook com Appliedjung, The Conscious The, Living Programme Interpretation of.
When writing down your dream keep this list handy, place setting of the dream. people players in the dream both known and unknown. puns and metaphors appearing in the dream, symbols in the dream. feelings in the dream, colour sounds smells, movement of the dream. the narrative what happens in the dream, Sometimes it is seemingly the most insignificant aspects of a dream that turns out to. be the most revealing Remember you are not trying to make sense of these images. yet so don t worry about how bizarre they may appear don t try and box them into a. waking logic allow the dream logic to speak, Capture your dream in the present tense as if it is currently happening for example.
The king summons his vizier, During the first stage you just want to capture you dream avoid trying to analyse or. decipher what your dream might mean You can also draw images from the dream. frequently this is useful especially if you are trying to convey something that cannot. be expressed in words, Once you have captured your dream identify key words in the dream and see if you. are able to create a title from these words This will help you to identify and link. dream themes in future, Having recorded your dream you are ready to begin the process of illumination and. clarification finding personal associations for your dream images. 7 http appliedjung com Copyright The Centre of Applied Jungian Studies. http facebook com Appliedjung, The Conscious The, Living Programme Interpretation of. Illuminating the dream finding personal associations. Dreams are a conversation with oneself a dialogue of symbols and images that takes place. between the unconscious and conscious levels of the mind David Fontana. Every dream is made up of a series of images and symbols and dream work begins. with discovering the meaning that these images have for you On the right hand side. of your journal opposite to the dream you captured write down the first image that. appears in the dream, For example, The king summons his vizier King.
Next to the image write down your associations with this image what are the. words ideas mental pictures feelings or memories that pop into your head when. you think about this image Draw as many associations with your dream images as. While looking for your personal associations think about. Where was the dream set Do you know this place or does it remind you of. any place that you do know What does it remind you of. Do you know the people in your dream or do they remind you of anyone you. know What is your relationship to this person How would you describe this<. THE CONSCIOUS LIVING PROGRAMME The Interpretation of Dreams Contents Why do we dream ourselves and many determinants of our character are contained in the unconscious It is only by approaching it that we have a chance to become conscious complete whole human beings Jung has shown that by approaching the unconscious and learning its symbolic language we live richer and fuller lives

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