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The Beginner's Guide to Dream Interpretation (Anglais) CD – Livre audio, 11 avril 2003
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She explains her psychoanalytical method to analyze dreams:
1. record your dream as precise and as complete as possible
2. underline all the nouns of what you've written
3. make a personal association (feelings, thought, ideas, images) with each noun
4. now go back and read your dream aloud but this time instead of reading the noun you read your association
5. where this is or ought to be happening now in your life
7. then take the adjectives and make personal associations and re-read your dream as above
8. try to understand where these symbols apply or should do in your real life
The CD is about 80minutes length and here are the titles of each audio-caption:
2. What are your dreams?
3. Three ways to recall your dreams
4. The psychoanalytic method of dream interpretation
5. Three misconceptions about dreams
6. Eight uncommon dreams
7. Subjective and objective dreams
8. Common dreams
9. Unhaunting your dreams
10. The four parts of dreams
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Clarissa Pinkola Estes, an author and Jungian psychoanalyst,
we dream from five to seven times each night . . . the problem
is how to remember such activity.
Estes, in THE BEGINNER'S GUIDE TO DREAM INTERPRETATION
(an excellent CD program which she wrote and read), says you
need to put a pencil or pen near your bed . . . before you go to
sleep, ask your Dreammaker for help in remembering
your dream . . . then as soon as you get up, write down
anything that you can remember . . . or as an alternative:
read what you remember into a recording device
There's much good advice here . . . for instance, if you've ever
been bothered by a dream, make it a point to tell it aloud
to another person . . . you can also make a picture of it, yet
if you do, you still need to discuss the picture with another
As to actually interpreting dreams, Estes advises to list
all the nouns that are part of them . . . and next make
associations for each of these nouns.
Lastly, she explores the themes of several dreams . . . one
that I even have every so often was there--my not graduating
from college . . . apparently, when that happens, I should
anticipate what might happen in my life.
This audiobook is about ninety minutes long, and the focus is on subjectivity. Dictionaries of dream analyses can't work, because ten people dreaming the same dream would make ten different associations to it. Dr. Estes is very careful in emphasizing that, above all, we have to place our own subjective interpretations on everything we dream. After forty-some years of reading dream dictionaries with no success, I was glad to hear this.
Although Dr. Estes is a Jungian and does not believe, for example, that a snake represents a phallic symbol, she does give thirteen universal archetypes and their "typical" meanings. I had a problem with this section. For instance, she tells us that one common dream concerns hair loss, which is universally interpreted as losing one's power or strength. The only example she gives is the biblical one of Sampson losing his physical strength when his hair is cut. I had a dream of losing hair decades ago when my angry mother threatened to cut my long auburn curls, and I don't think it had anything to do with strength, as short hair was in style and I'd looked fine with short hair before. I was afraid of my mother, and to me, that was obvious. Also, not everyone believes in the Judeo-Christian bible, so assuming hair loss equals strength loss just doesn't seem like a universal connection.
I had another problem with the audiobook. Dr. Estes tells us to write down the nouns (people, places, and things) in our dreams. Many of my dreams involve emotions; sometimes there aren't even nouns involved. I've spoken to other people who experience nausea dreams or jasmine-scented dreams, and none of us know how to interpret them.
The problems I've listed are small in comparison with the impact this dream interpretation guide had on graphic, semi-lucid, recurring dreams I'd been experiencing. Using what Dr. Suzette Hadin Elgin calls a "thought map," I used what nouns I could remember and interpreted these dreams with the help of Dr. Estes's information. That was about a week ago, and those graphic nightmares have stopped.
If you're tired of reading that a dark shadow indicates impending death, and that rosebuds mean you're about to "bloom" a new idea, give Dr. Estes a try. She provides the sanest information on dreams I've come across in my almost sixty years.
Thank you, Dr. Estes, for another excellent bit of insight.
But it is for beginners and does not make one an expert. Don't let anything worry you. If you are concerned see a psychologist. If you specifically want a Jungian psychologist, there are C.J. Jung societies in many cities, but many psychologists have a warmth for Jung even if their methods are more modern. Psychology is all about empowerment, nourishment, ennoblement- these are simple yardsticks to measure a psychologist by.
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