A 12-lesson course delivered by email
This course teaches you the Jung’s method of dream interpretation.
Starting with Sigmund Freud’s method, Jung soon developed his own to include new features leading to a new vision on the meaning and function of dreams.
We provide examples of dreams interpreted according to Jung’s method – several collected from his own works – and explain his new concepts (see the summary).
We also suggest more resources to continue your online and offline study.
-Find out how to deal with a dream.
– Learn about the basic features of Jung’s method.
– Learn about the archetypes and the individuation process occurring in dreams;
– Learn about synchronicity in dreams;
– Learn how you can improve your self development according to Jung’s individuation process;
– Finally, submit your own interpretation of a dream to our online assistance (if you take the workshop* version of the course).
Delivery. The course is made of 12 lessons sent through email on schedule of one lesson every two days.
1. What is a Dream? (Jungian’s View).
Explains what is a dream according with Jung’s view.
2. Interpretation Features at Jung.
Meaning the contribution of Jung to the method of dream interpretation.
3. On Compensation
Explains the compensation feature.
4. Subject Level
Explains the subject level feature opposed to the Freudian object level.
5. On Prospective Aspect.
Prospective, that is, pointing to a specific goal, is another Jungian contribution to the method of dream interpretation
6. The Method of Associations.
Explains what is this method and how we work with it.
7. Amplification Method.
Explains what is and how we handle it according to Jung.
8. Archetypes in Dreams (Anima, Animus, Self).
Shows how Jungian archetypes occur in dreams and explains their meaning.
9. Example of a Dream Interpreted through Jungian Amplification.
Provides hints of how to use this method.
10. Dream Interpretation and the Individuation Process.
Dreams are means leading to the individuation, meaning the realization of one’s completeness – this lesson illustrates this startling feature.
11. Example of Using I Ching* in Dream Interpretation.
Shows how one may use I Ching (Book of Changes) to help him/her decipher the meaning of a dream.
12. Dreams and Synchronicity.
Synchronicity, another important Jungian concept, applied to the interpretation of a personal dream.
*I Ching (Book of Changes) is an ancient book of divination used by the Chinese emperors and princes as divinatory means. Jung has studied it, used it and presented to the western people to illustrate his archetypes theory.
Several papers are offered free should you take this course right now:
1. Snake Symbolism in Dreams and Fantasies (PDF).
2. Child Symbolism in Dreams (PDF).
3. Mandala in Dreams (PDF).
4. The Meaning of Anima in Dreams (PDF).
5. The Meaning of Shadow in a Dream (PDF).
6. Jungian Dreams Dictionary (PDF).
Quiz. There’s a final quiz you may take to test your acquired knowledge (not mandatory).
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