Learn to interpret your dreams with this complete online guide…
Psychologist World’s comprehensive online guide offers a complete reference to help you to understand the subconscious meanings behind you and your family’s dreams and nightmares, and understand their relevance to your life:
What will you learn?
What do your dreams say about your life? Are they mere concoctions of the imagination, or do the content of your dreams relate, either directly or metaphorically, to aspects of your life? What is your sub-conscious trying to say about your internal repressed feelings towards the situations in your life? Our online guide How to Interpret Your Dreams offers expert psychoanalysis for the dreams experienced by millions of us each night, that we do not realise have a deeper meaning than a novice might recognise.
Understand the Meanings of Your Dreams
How to Interpret your Dreams offers all the information you need to start interpreting your dreams and understand the dreams and nightmares you’ve experienced in the past:
- Expert theories on dreams and why we dream
Learn the background that the past 120 years of psychoanalysis have provided us with regarding dream processes and the reason for dreaming.
- Methods you can use to recall your dreams
Many of us find it difficult to remember every dream we experience, recalling just a few poignant dreams that trouble us. Discover the techniques you can use to recall more of your dreams, and in doing so, gain a fuller understanding of your subconscious.
- Particular image dreams
Why we dream about particular issues, and what this means according to psychoanalytic techniques.
Benefit from over a century of psychoanalytic research
How to Interpret your Dreams takes into account of the research of leading experts in the field of dream analysis to enable you to easily reference the dreams that you, your family and friends recall. Freud practised psychoanalysis and published many case histories such as Schreber, and believed that, given the relevance many people can see in dreams, the content of our dreams contain the expression of our subconscious, and used hypnosis to uncover the underlying subconscious thoughts of patient in order to reveal the problems in their lives that they didn’t actually realise existed.
Dreams…are not meaningless…they are a completely valid psychological phenomenon, the fulfilment of wishes… constructed through highly complicated intellectual activity.
– Psychoanalyst, Sigmund Freud