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Carl Jung’s Discoveries and New Research – Learn Why Your Dreams Are Sources of Valid Information

You have to transform your personality so that you may do only what is good for you and for your community. The way to achieve this personality change is done through understanding and subsequent application of messages sent from the unconscious that manifest themselves in your dreams. The unconscious mind helps you avoid bad relationships or negotiations that will bring you problems and suffering. It shows you all the dangers you cannot see alone. It cures all diseases or mental illnesses. It helps you prevent accidents and misfortunes. It shows you how to live peacefully and happily forever.

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Sigmund Freud’s Method of Dream Interpretation and Carl Jung’s Psychology

False dream interpreters who follow misleading theories, interpret the meaning of dreams based on their conscious logic. However, the logic followed by the unconscious mind that produces the dream images, is totally different from the logic based on the knowledge of our ignorant conscience. Freud couldn’t truly understand the meaning of dreams, but he took off the mask of human hypocrisy, obliging us to admit the importance of our sexual instincts.

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The Meaning of The Shadow – New Discoveries Based on Carl Jung’s Method of Dream Interpretation

Jung was right for considering the shadow as our negative twin brother or sister; however the shadow is more powerful than our human conscience. It is in fact, our mother. It is idiotic because it didn’t evolve; but smart enough to mislead our human conscience with its absurd suggestions.

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Learn Why Carl Jung Was a Genius Who Really Discovered The Hidden Meaning of Dreams

My neurosis helped me understand the importance of the unconscious psychotherapy because I desperately needed salvation. Thankfully, I was cured by precisely following Jung’s steps before my neurosis would become schizophrenia. Schizophrenia was threatening my mental health because I had inherited too much absurdity in the wild side of my conscience. My father was schizophrenic, and his behavior had influenced mine.

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Carl Jung’s Psychology – Frustrating Love Relationships Between Opposite Psychological Types

If you have a love relationship with a psychological type based on a psychological function totally opposite from your main one, you won’t be happy with this person. The same happens if you are introverted and you have a love relationship with an extroverted psychological type, or vice-versa. You may desire to insist on this relationship, believing that the differences between you make you complete one another, or that they are irrelevant. However, with time these constant frustrations in addition to the daily conflicts generated by your contradictory personalities, will annoy you very much.

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Carl Jung’s Method of Dream Interpretation and The Origin of All Mental Illnesses

We believe that when we defend our ego we defend ourselves, because the ego represents us. The anti-conscience takes advantage of this impression and turns our “self-defence” (when we defend our ego) into something sacred. However, the ego is only an idea. It doesn’t represent our entire personality and our inner self. If we’ll do what our ignorant and one-sided conscience dictates, we’ll constantly try to fulfil the absurd desires of our ego. Thus, we’ll become marionettes of the anti-conscience that wants to destroy your humanity.

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Carl Jung’s Theories and The Self – Advanced Dream Interpretation and Mental Health

You don’t need to be the big hero described by Jung when you decide to speculate the unknown content of your psyche because this content is already known thanks to my research. I show you from the beginning all the dangers of your journey ahead, and what you’ll find in the end. You only need to take dream interpretation seriously and truly believe in the unconscious wisdom.

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Carl Jung’s Dream Theories and Discoveries – The Symbolism of The Trip to The Self

The dream symbols that compose the trip to the Self work like a map. The dreamers understand that they are following the right route while speculating the content of their psyche because they see the symbols that mark the trip to the Self in their dreams. The same symbols also appear in many literary works, written by many different authors throughout our history; reflecting the same psychical speculation. This is another proof of the veracity of Jung’s discoveries.

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Carl Jung’s Psychology – The Meaning of Dreams and The Importance of Nightmares

Whenever you have bad dreams, recurring dreams, or nightmares, you must be cautious. These various forms of dreams are serious warnings that try to protect your peace of mind and happiness. Don’t despise the meaning of nightmares thinking that they are “just dreams”. The truth is that they are treasures. They will save you from depression and serious mental illnesses. They will help you evolve and live happily.

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New Research and Discoveries – Going Beyond the Scientific Knowledge of Our Historical Time

I declare that we must obey the wise guidance of the unconscious mind because it has a saintly and perfect nature. We are too ignorant and we possess a primitive conscience, which is still active inside us. Only the unconscious wisdom can cure all mental illnesses and put an end to the craziness and the despair that characterize our civilization.

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