Posts Tagged ‘unconscious’

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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Dreaming System – The Psychology of Dreams and Their Psychotherapy

The information you receive in dreams is not superficial like the information you have when you read newspapers, for example, because it awakens various parts of your brain that need development and live in an atrophied condition. They belong to the anti-conscience, your wild conscience, which didn’t pass through a process of consciousness like your human side. This is why you ignore their existence, while they hide many of your capacities and extraordinary talents.

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Dream Interpretation and The Unconscious Psychotherapy – Why Dreams are Like Pieces of a Puzzle

You will receive a message each time you translate each dream separately, and you´ll be helped this way. When you interconnect all your dreams, you will discover much more besides the basic guidance you found when you translated each dream alone. You will understand the meaning of all the gradual lessons you were receiving for certain period of time.

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How to Immediately Interpret the Meaning of Your Dreams and Understand the Unconscious’ Messages

According to my simplification, you simply translate images into words and sentences, being able to immediately understand the meaning of all your dreams, instead of taking notes, comparing the dream images of a series of dreams, and waiting for your next dreams in order to understand the first ones, like Jung’s students do, and I used to do myself too in the beginning, before clearly seeing the anti-conscience, and before discovering the meaning of many more dream symbols, thanks to the translation of the symbolism contained in a literary work that I started to write at the age of 16, after suffering a tragic car accident when I was 15 years old, and losing the friend who was next to me in the car.

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Mental Health Treatment – How to Talk to Your Unconscious Mind and Find a Psychologist

You can talk to your unconscious mind if you learn the dream language, made with images instead of words, and receive answers to all your questions. The unconscious mind will provide you with a mental health treatment through dream messages, working like a psychologist for you. You’ll discover your wild side and understand what is absurd, and what is sensible and good for you.

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How to Be Original and Abandon Old Ideas

You’ll learn how to judge the world where you live and the people that are around you, without imitating their example, and without living under their limitations.

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Meaning of Dreams and How Their Accurate Translation Can Be Proved

The scientific method of dream interpretation respects the integrity of the unconscious messages, translating for you the real meaning of your dreams. You learn how to translate images and scenes into words and sentences that make sense to your human conscience, besides understanding very well that these messages have to be hidden from the anti-conscience, the wild side of your conscience, which is your worst enemy, since it lives trying to destroy your humanity and control your behavior.

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How to Stop Dreaming When You Have Too Many Bad Dreams

Dreaming is a protective function of your organism, like the roar of your stomach when you are hungry. Too many bad dreams are alarms. They will stop only when you get out of the dangerous situation you are in.

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How Does The Brain Work?

A brain is very complex, it has many different functions and each one works in a specific way. I cannot give you a general definition of the functionalism of the brain, but I’m going to give you a specific definition about the main functionalism of the human brain concerning our behavior.
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What Is Mental Illness? What Provokes Mental Illnesses to The Human Mind?

In order to be happy, the live conscience needs organization, understanding, compassion and patience before the difficulties of existence, otherwise it can only lose control when facing pain, becoming too violent and aggressive.

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