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Dream Psychology Psychoanalysis for Beginners

May 25, 2013 on 11:34 am | In Dream Types, Dreamwork, Interpreting Dreams | 2 Comments

Dream Psychology Psychoanalysis for Beginners, by Sigmund Freud

Dream Psychology Psychoanalysis for Beginners, by Sigmund Freud

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  1. Useful info: Excerpt from the preface: …The publishers of the present book deserve credit for presenting to the reading public the gist of Freud’s psychology in the master’s own words, and in a form which shall neither discourage beginners, nor appear too elementary to those who are more advanced in psychoanalytic study.Dream psychology is the key to Freud’s works and to all modern psychology. With a simple, compact manual such as Dream Psychology there shall be no longer any excuse for ignorance of the most revolutionary psychological system of modern times……Sigmund Freud’s (1856-1939) attitude toward dream study was, in other words, that of a statistician who does not know, and has no means of foreseeing, what conclusions will be forced on him by the information he is gathering, but who is fully prepared to accept those unavoidable conclusions.This was indeed a novel way in psychology…Five facts of first magnitude were made obvious to the world by his interpretation of dreams.First of all, Freud pointed out a constant connection between some part of every dream and some detail of the dreamer’s life during the previous waking state…Secondly, Freud, after studying the dreamer’s life and modes of thought, after noting down all his mannerisms and the apparently insignificant details of his conduct which reveal his secret thoughts, came to the conclusion that there was in every dream the attempted or successful gratification of some wish, conscious or unconscious.Thirdly, he proved that many of our dream visions are symbolical, which causes us to consider them as absurd and unintelligible; the universality of those symbols, however, makes them very transparent to the trained observer.Fourthly, Freud showed that sexual desires play an enormous part in our unconscious, a part which puritanical hypocrisy has always tried to minimize, if not to ignore entirely.Finally, Freud established a direct connection between dreams and insanity, between the symbolic visions of our sleep and the symbolic actions of the mentally deranged…André Tridon

    Comment by akompano — May 25, 2013 #

  2. Sigmund Freud I really liked this book. It is a very solid read, that is, if you like Sigmund Freud enough to at least want to read about his theories and opinions. I give this book 5 stars, not because I completely agree with every view that is expressed in it, but because I think it was an interesting read.

    Comment by M. Misekow "bookie wookie" — May 25, 2013 #

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