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Tuesday, August 07, 2012

Identifying The Problem

A group of people moved into a house right across the street from us. We knew them and felt very threatened by their presence. They were having a party and as they came out of their house to celebrate, they purposely inched closer and closer to our home. We barricaded the door and tried to come up with ways to escape. At that moment, I woke up and was relieved when I realized it was only a dream.

I knew exactly what caused that dream and why and I don't think that in this case jungian analysis would have been needed to find and address the problem. I may be wrong, because it does not only address the problems we encounter in our daily life, but also finds and points out possible solutions which we may not have been aware of.

That is another thing; we often are not aware of what is really bugging us. Dreams are one of the ways to reveal that and whether we remember them, or not, jungian therapists know exactly how to get to the root of the problem and are very accomplished in helping to turn the negative into our lives into a positive.

By identifying what is going on in our subconscious and hinders us in our personal life or workplace, jungian psychoanalysis is able to take away many of the burdens that weigh us down. It is a great aid to find happiness and joy again, to be more productive and live more carefree!


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