About Mandala in Dreams

According to Carl Jung, mandala is the symbol of the Center of personality or the centering process.

It is about the individuation process as they describe how the individual ego approaches and integrates the collective unconscious images or archetypes of the self, aiming at the realization of the Jungian wholeness.

Jungian mandala (image source: https://www.cgjung.net/livrerouge/livre-rouge-jung-page-105.htm)

Usually mandala is a picture, a drawing or occur in our dreams. As such it must be interpreted in order to get the message it conveys.

We wrote a paper on mandala in dreams, covering their forms and meaning.

This paper is meant to help you with the study of mandala and to familiarize with their sometimes strange behavior.

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