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...
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...
The First Egyptian Dream GuideThe Chester Beatty papyrus was written in scriptural language, in red and black ink and was discovered 1935 in Egypt. The beginning and the end of the book are lost but it is still considered...
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,...
Dreaming is what our subconscious mind communicates to our conscious thoughts. If we learn to interpret the dream symbols in an accurate manner we may discover hidden aspects of our psyche and understand our true self better. There are 5...
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...
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...
The first records of dream interpreting originated in Ancient Egypt. The estimation of their creation is around 1350 B.C, the era of Pharaoh Ramses II and contained at least 250 interpretations. The Egyptians devised the one of the first...
From the previous observations on the nature of the associations that our mind can make according to the content of the dream, we come to conclusion that they are not made by chance but they are highly interconnected. The...
Ancient PracticesIn ancient Greece the first centers of psychoanalysis were used by the priests of the semi God Asclepius and were called Asclepieions. There were 300 Asclepieion Temples around ancient Greece and the areas that they were built on...