This lecture is part of the course, The Role of Dreams in Analytical Psychology. Purchase the set for 30% off the individual titles!
Topics: Archetypes, Dreams, Myth and Fairytale.
Typical Dream Imagery: Figures, Settings, Situations
In his understanding of the psyche’s workings, Jung viewed the dream as a continuous form of communication from the unconscious Self to the conscious ego. These mysterious, sometimes baffling “messages,” when properly grasped, offer to the always limited consciousness profound and practical insights that further the process of individuation.
This lecture is part of the course, The Role of Dreams in Analytical Psychology, which includes the following courses:
- Typical Dream Imagery: Figures, Settings, Situations – Lois Khan
- The “Big Dream” and Dream Series – Murray Stein
- Working with Dreams: Interpretation and Amplification – Thomas Patrick Lavin
© 1986 Lois Khan.
Ⓟ 1986 CG Jung Institute of Chicago.