Dream Psychology by Sigmund Freud

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Dream Psychology: Psychoanalysis for Beginners PDF ebook download by Sigmund Freud

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  • Book Name: Dream Psychology
  • Book Author: Sigmund Freud
  • Book Categories: Science and Research, Psychology
  • Book Language: English
  • Total Pages: 228 Pages
  • File Format: PDF
  • File Size: 0.75 MB

Book Description :::::…

The book is about dreams and their meaning. It also sheds light on the background where dreams are formed and calls the whole process as Freud’s instrument. He presented case studies to his patients and how they unleashed the training and the meaningful message. The core of the book is summarized in the central concept: the unconscious room where aspirations are created and stored throughout the day, when we neglect the effects of everyday life. We feel the need to do something and we reject our active unconscious idea, discarding it, which now goes and takes its place in the unconscious mind. “You cannot finish anything while unconscious; Nothing can be stopped or forgotten. “The unconscious, in the middle of the night, when the protective conscious mind is tired and at rest, sends a desire to disguise itself with the elements of recent developments in everyday events. The symptom is designed to prevent the onset of anxiety. Phobia it starts before anxiety, like a fortress on the border. ” Its content is distorted by ‘concentration’ and ‘displacement’. There is a lot of symbolism associated with everyday memory. The whole part of the dream is an intelligent process of our intelligent brain. I rarely wake up dreaming of a movie in which the maximum noise is nothing more than the screams of a television host rushing into the headlines of my house. It still amazed me how dreams mixed with the sound of reality when I was half asleep.

I dream a lot, completely inconsistent things that can make me laugh. And most of the dreams I remember vividly. As I read the book, it’s fun to figure out how that neglected pen appears on the desk in my dreams, turning it into an object of magical writing power. Or a forgotten friend finds himself in a dream and the next day some real world related to him appears. The book was not a fun read, but the knowledge it gave me was very informative and fun.

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