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Carl Jung’s Discoveries About The Meaning of Dreams – New Research and More Proofs

Carl Jung could discover the mysterious dream logic, because he avoided the mistakes of all false dream interpreters, who try to understand the meaning of dreams based on their conscious logic. Jung objectively studied the symbolic dream language instead of trying to guess the meaning of the dream images based on his own biased associations. His work was based on true scientific research.

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Learn Why The Human Being Cannot Trust His Own Conscience

If Jung would recognize this truth, he would have to admit that the human conscience is absurd and therefore the human being cannot trust his own conscience. This statement wouldn’t be accepted by anyone. Jung couldn’t accept it either, even though he had verified that the human conscience was one-sided and under-developed.

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Mental Health Assessment Based on Scientific Discovery

In the end I saw that my mission was not only to prove to the world that Jung was right. I had also to continue his esoteric research in the unknown region of the human psyche through dream interpretation, in order to discover the anti-conscience; our wild and primitive conscience that is still alive in our psyche.

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Carl Jung’s Psychology – Dream Interpretation and The Trip to The Self

Your personality becomes mature and unique. The unconscious wisdom becomes your own wisdom once you pass through a process of evolution. You are not a passive student, but an active hero who discovers the true meaning of life. After completely developing your intelligence and acquiring complete consciousness, you are able to give your own wise answers to the world.

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Predictions in Dreams – Carl Jung’s Archetypes – The Animus and The Meaning of a Man Without a Face

The unconscious mind that produces your dreams prepares you to face various situations in your life, sending you information about the future. When there are mistakes in your behavior, you have the chance to correct what is wrong and prevent a disastrous future situation. When you will meet a very important person in your life, the unconscious mind starts alerting you, so that you may have the right attitude.

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Carl Jung’s Psychology – Dreams and Archetypes

The archetypes define the most important aspects of human life and the necessary psychical transformation that the human being has to pass through in order to develop completely his personality. We can understand our mistakes and learn how to solve our problems by following the instructions given to us in dream messages by the collective unconscious through the archetypes, since they reflect our own psychical content.

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The Snake in Dreams and The Psychotherapy of the Unconscious Mind – Carl Jung’s Theories and Discoveries

When you see a snake in a dream you’ll know that it indicates that a painful situation will put an end to a grave mistake, in order to help you find peace and mental health.

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Alfred Adler’s Inferiority Complex and Carl Jung’s Method of Dream Interpretation

The individual with the complex feels that everything is done on purpose, to make him feel inferior, supposing that everyone has always bad intentions. On the other hand, he starts making absurd projects in order to attain the superiority he desires, pursuing a superior position with so much obsession that it becomes a mania. He cannot think or care about anything else.

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Carl Jung’s Theories – The Unconscious, Mental Illnesses, and The Symbolic Meaning of the Trinity

The animal side of our brain is responsible for our evilness, and for transforming it into craziness and terror. Jung was wrong for believing that the wise unconscious mind that produces our dreams, sending us protective warnings, could also have an evil nature, and be responsible for the formation of terrible mental illnesses.

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