The Psychiatrist and Psychologist Who Produces Your Dreams

3281153161_6469ece122_mThe psychiatrist Carl Jung discovered that the unconscious mind that produces our dreams possesses undeniable wisdom. However, Jung was afraid to completely trust the unconscious mind.

Jung was too afraid of craziness, since he knew that there was absurdity in the unknown region of the human psyche. After observing many patients who suffered from grave mental illnesses, he had concluded that their absurdity was inherited. His patients would talk about things that they ignored; revealing the existence of a strange content in their minds that was not related to their personal lives and personalities.

Jung decided to stop his research in a safe place, accepting ignorance from that point and on.

I had to continue his research from this point because the unconscious mind obliged me to continue.

Carl Jung was a renown psychiatrist. How could I, an ignorant literature writer, disagree with his conclusions? He was right in the beginning and all the way, but his conclusions were wrong.

Recognizing my ignorance and respecting the unconscious wisdom, I disagreed with Jung in the end and obeyed to the unconscious mind, precisely following its directions.

I understood that the unconscious mind had a saintly character when it condemned me for not having had pity on my father the last time I had met him. I had condemned him for having ruined my life and my mother’s life.

I felt revolted after the unconscious assessment. How could I have pity on a schizophrenic monster like my father? He was totally wrong in all points. He had no sense of justice or human dignity.

However, the wise unconscious mind explained to me that I had to have pity on all human beings. My father was a victim of the absurdity he had inherited, and a victim of the absurd world where he was living.

I remembered all the religious lessons I had in the Catholic school where I studied for 12 years. The words of wisdom of the unconscious mind didn’t let me doubt that it had a divine origin. I felt completely safe after recognizing its sanctity.

The unconscious mind that produces our dreams is the best psychiatrist and psychologist we could ever find! The dangerous point is the wild side of the human conscience, located in the biggest part of the human brain and psyche.

I saw everything very well. Now you are protected.

The unconscious mind obliged me to cure many people who suffered from grave mental illnesses by translating their dreams and providing them psychotherapy. Many of them where murderers, and this is why they had completely lost their human conscience.

Only I could discover the real reasons of the big drama of their lives. The unconscious mind would show me in my own dreams the many details about their cases. They would never reveal anything to anyone… However, they always confirmed the truth to me, in one way or another.

I became a psychiatrist and psychologist too, for helping the unconscious mind cure all the people around me who needed treatment.

The unconscious mind is a very demanding professor. I had to delay 19 years before daring to publish my work about the meaning of dreams because it demanded perfection.

I am very obedient.

The unconscious mind is a psychiatrist and psychologist who deserves more than a hundred Nobel prizes.


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 exactly translate the meaning of your dreams, so that you can find health, wisdom and happiness.

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