In order to understand the very nature of our dreams we need to go back in time and discover their meaning throughout history. It is important to examine and analyse the significance of dreams on the way of living,...
Many of us may suffer from sleep disorders that we are not even aware of. We may experience a troublesome and unhealthy night sleep and this way we don’t get the rest that our organism needs to respond to the...
In order to come close to dream interpretation, Freud divides the dream into two sections: the apparent content of the dream with its hidden meaning and the associations that help as come closer to it, calling them ‘hidden’ or...
According to Freud dreams are a mental phenomenon and not a physical phenomenon. If we consider dreaming as a physical effect then there would be no space for psychological research. He supports that the dreamer has already the knowledge...
Herbs and plant roots can not only be used as food ingredients and health medicine but according to scientists they can really affect our psychological mood and temper. It has been noted that if we consume herbal teas before going...
OneirokriticaArtemidorus Daldianus or Ephesius is famous for his work the Oneirocritica or Oneirokritikon that is divided into five books. His work was very popular in medieval times and some publications from the 11th until the 16th century are still...
External Impulses By examining the connection of sleeping and dreaming, Freud came to the conclusion that ‘dreams are reactions to impulses that are disturbing our sleep’. In his book ‘Interpretation of Dreams’ he mentions various examples and experiments that have been made...
Our dream narratives can help us identify easier the meaning of our dreams in order to understand the secret issues that are hiding in our subconscious mind. There are four most common dreaming contents and can be categorized in the...
In order to understand the nature of the impulses that our mind reacts on to formulate our dreams, we need to differentiate the method of mental activity when sleeping and when being awake. When we dream we encounter many...
For Freud the ‘perception of the dream element is not something primary and substantial, but a substitute for something unknown for the dreamer, exactly like a subjective intention of a fault. It is a substitute for something that the person...