Discusses Theories On Dreams
Discusses Theories On Dreams
Your Assignment Read the section titled ″Dreams – A Royal Road?″ on pages 172 -174 in your text. This section discusses theories on dreams, the history of dream interpretation, the most common characteristics of dreams, and the meaning of dreams. Write about a dream that really made an impact on you. It can be a recurring dream, a scary dream, a happy dream, or an especially vivid dream. What do these websites say about the interpretation of your dream? Do you feel these interpretations are accurate? What do you think is the meaning behind this dream? FYI: Lena if you want to include any of this info, it is entirely up to you… (1.). I have often had vivid dreams of fruit trees, beautiful ones, pears and tropical fruit, while alone or looking for someone. (2) I have dreamt about deceased people very close to me: my parents, close friends and some others that passed suddenly. I am alone with them, we have an important conversation and I wake up to never seeing them again. in life and in my dreams) Directions: Write at least 200 words about this topic. Post your word count at the end of your journal. Make sure to cite a source in your journal article using APA style. The source may be your text or any other source you research. Check out these websites: Freud Museum: Dream Analysis-You may have to click on ″Discover Psychoanalysis″ then scroll down to ″The Interpretation of Dreams″ or you can past the following link into your web browser. (Direct Link: https://www.freud.org.uk/learn/discover-psychoanalysis/the-interpretation-of-dreams/) Irish Association of Humanistic and Integrative Psychology: Becoming The Dream – A Gestalt Approach (Direct Link: https://iahip.org/inside-out/issue-12-spring-1993/becoming-the-dream-a-gestalt-approach) Sigmund Freud′s Book ″Dream Analysis″ Free download – Full Text (Direct Link: https://books.google.com/books/about/The_Interpretation_of_Dreams.html?id＝EXREAQAAMAAJ&printsec＝frontcover&source＝kp_read_button#v＝onepage&q&f＝false) An Introduction to Fritz Perls Dream Interpretation Techniques Free download – Full Text (Direct Link: (http://www.gestaltannarbor.org/Reading_Room/Perls%20Dream%20Interpretation.pdf) For this week’s entry, answer the following questions. Be sure to include factual, properly cited information in your post.
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