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freud dreamwork By leo 1 INTRODUCTION Although Jung was a pupil of Freud and one would think they shared the same idea about the interpretation of dreams that is not exactly true Freud proposed the notorious idea that dreams are a reflextion of subconsciousness but Jung expanded on Freud and added another dimension to this relation In Jungs view dreams not only lead to personal subconsciousness but also to collective unconsciousness This paper attempts to present the two theories of dreams and stress the unique qualities in each of them I believe the reader will excuse a clinical tone of paper knowing that originally this text was written as school assignment In 1995 I wrote this paper under the guidance of Branka Bajgoric who was my psychology teacher in the high school I attended I omitted the technical part of the paper identifying problem and developing the thesis I also did not include a part in which I discussed the implications of becoming lucid in dream on the interpretati on Not that it would be inappropriate but I think that subject is so broad that it demands a separate paper in order to sufficiently cover it I think that nowadays where there are so much alternative occult explanations of dreams available we often forget about the old thinkers What is even worse we tend to think they are out of date or irrelevant in this rush of global spiritual evolution However I find the following two scientists and Jung particularly extremely contemporary I hope the following paper will attract some of readers interest to further study the rich work of both should I say big men Ljubljana July 1998 2 THEORETICAL INTRODUCTION 21 FREUDS PSYCHOANALYTIC INTERPRETATION OF DREAMS With his psycho-analysis Sigmund Freud opened the door for dreams to become a subject of scientifical research He became interested in dreams when dealing with his patients because they were telling dreams spontaneously He
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