Dream Study – Consciousness and Recurring Dreams

imagesCAO9CG0FRecurring dreams prove that dreams have a meaning. They are not a collection of images projected without organization.

The repetition of the same dream images and topics clearly indicate that there is an intention for the projection of these images. If they were a product of chance they wouldn’t be always the same, or reflect similar scenes.

Carl Jung discovered that all dreams are produced by the unconscious mind, which has a mysterious origin and functioning. The unconscious mind works like a natural doctor. Its messages reflect the mistakes made by the dreamer under the influence of his/her anti-conscience.

The anti-conscience is the wild side of the human conscience, which I could discover after continuing Carl Jung’s research into the unknown region of the human psyche through dream translation. The anti-conscience’s evil and absurd nature is totally different from the nature of our human conscience, which respects goodness and loves happiness. However, our tiny human conscience cannot fight the powerful anti-conscience without the unconscious guidance.

The unconscious mind possesses undoubtable wisdom. Carl Jung concluded that it was God’s mind, but he was afraid to completely trust the unconscious mind. He didn’t know that all the evilness and the absurdity observed in the human mind come from the anti-conscience, and not from the unconscious mind.

The divine unconscious mind works like a psychiatrist, a psychologist, and a teacher. It also has the characteristics of a priest. The unconscious mind has a saintly nature, which is totally different from the selfish human nature.

In order to acquire sound mental health your tiny human conscience must follow the unconscious guidance in dreams. This is how you’ll manage to avoid the anti-conscience’s traps and eliminate your primitive conscience through consciousness. This is a process carried on through dream therapy.

The unconscious mind will show you in your dreams which psychological functions are not working in your human conscience and how you can transform their wild nature into human nature. This means that you will start seeing various details in your reality that today you disregard. This vision will help you consciously understand their existence and their actuation. This is how you will eliminate your primitive conscience and develop your human conscience.

After completely eliminating your anti-conscience, you will become a true human being. You will adopt a philosophy of life based on goodness, and not on selfishness.

However, you cannot perceive what is missing in your human conscience, or understand your mistakes without guidance. This is why the unconscious mind sends you many warnings in dreams. Recurring dreams are very serious warnings that indicate great danger ahead.

You will have recurring dreams a long time before facing a tragic experience, so that you may have the chance to prevent what will be bad for you. By sending you repetitive dreams about the same things, the unconscious mind tries to make you pay attention to a certain obligation that you keep postponing. This obligation is always related to your personal evolution.

You’ll have recurring dreams when you are immature and naïve. You must protect yourself and have a mature attitude.

Even if you believe that you are a normal person, there are too many dangers constantly threatening your mental stability:

* You have inherited an absurd and evil wild conscience, which occupies the biggest part of your brain. The anti-conscience is evil, cruel, violent, and immoral. Its terrible nature is the tragic result of the accidental and disorganized formation of the first live conscience.

* Your tiny human conscience is one-sided and under-developed. You are using only one of the four psychological functions you have at your disposal (thoughts, feelings, sensations, intuition). The psychological functions that are not well-developed in your human conscience belong to your anti-conscience.

These psychological functions must be developed through consciousness. This means that you must understand and correct the mistakes of these components of your personality because they belong to your wild side. In other words, they are violent, immature, and idiotic.

* You live in a world ruled by terror, violence, immorality, and greed. There is no justice on Earth. Nobody knows what is sane or insane. This chaotic situation influences your behavior, besides influencing your thoughts.

* The mindset of your civilization is absurd because it is based on the concepts generated by violence and immorality. Most people are constantly influenced or controlled by their anti-conscience. This is why violence is applauded everyday in your world.

Children play games with violent heroes who kill monsters, teens wear T-shirts with the design of a skull, and almost all movies on TV are about assaults, the police, murders, and various dangerous adventures. On the other hand, prostitution, homosexuality, and child sexual abuse are common facts in our world.

You need the unconscious guidance in your dreams so that you may overcome the dangers of the world and fight the absurdity of your wild conscience. You’ll never be able to face so many problems alone, or escape your anti-conscience’s traps.

You must write down all your dreams and follow the unconscious guidance. The unconscious mind will show you what to do in order to find peace. If you have recurring dreams this means that you are avoiding a serious obligation because your anti-conscience and the superficiality of the world are influencing your behavior.

If you won’t do what you should already have done, at a certain point you won’t have the chance to prevent what will be bad for you and your life. Recurring dreams are serious warnings that must make you take action without wasting time.

The unconscious mind sends you recurring dreams a long time before you’ll face serious problems because it is not a simple matter to avoid the anti-conscience’s traps. The same way, it is not a simple matter to protect your sanity in a crazy world.

For example, you wouldn’t be able to avoid a car crash if you would see a certain danger at the last minute. The same way, you cannot prevent sad life situations if you’ll perceive your mistakes only when you’ll face the consequences of your negligence. You need time in order to understand what is bad and in order to correct what is wrong.

Christina Sponias continued Carl Jung’s research into the human psyche, discovering the cure for all mental illnesses, and simplifying the scientific method of dream interpretation that teaches you how to accurately translate the meaning of your dreams, so that you can find health, wisdom and happiness.

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