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Inner Workings Of Dreams And The Human Mind
on 16 January 2017
This is one of Freud’s most important works laying down some of the foundations of psychoanalysis. It is hard not to find dreams and their possible meaning fascinating. Freud starts with a history of how dreams have been interpreted in the past. Aristotle claims we dream about things that have been left unresolved from the day
Freud sees dreams as helping us to process things that happened during the day. But dreams are a truth that likes to hide behind symbolism, fears, desires, anxieties and untangling them all to find a meaning is difficult, impossible One might think. Freud claims that the meaning covers itself in allusions and images that are often amusingly strange or bizarre as if we are determined to hide the true meaning of our dreams even from ourselves. Fans of Freud will love this and anyone with an interest in the inner workings of dreams and the human mind.