In other posts, I have provided a quick video introduction to the topic, and have discussed the ideas behind discourse theorythe main questions that students and researchers will likely ask as they set up their discourse analysis projectand the things that are worth keeping in mind when working with East Asian language sources.
But dream analysis is none of these things. Below, clinical psychotherapist Jeffrey Sumber explains why we dream, why analysis is important and how to start interpreting your dreams. Dreaming is the communication between our conscious mind and our unconscious mind, helping people create wholeness, he says.
But every person is unique, so there are no formulas or prescriptions.
However, there are several guidelines that can help you see your dreams more thoughtfully and dig deeper into their meaning. This is the first and most important step in analyzing your dreams, Sumber said. For example, Sumber suggests asking yourself: Do I still feel those feelings the morning after?
How comfortable am I feeling these feelings? Sumber gives these examples of recurring thoughts: If so, in what situations have you had these thoughts?
Consider all the elements of a dream. You can show up in your dreams in various ways. What is it like to be the aggressor, or be passive?
As Sumber notes, while there may be some universal meaning for these symbols, the key is to figure out what the dream means to you. But even dreaming about having oatmeal for breakfast can yield thoughtful results, Sumber believes.
As examples, he lists the following questions you can ask: Am I inside or on a veranda with a gentle breeze? Are the oats organic? Is there a horse nearby?
How do I feel about the oats? What do oats typically symbolize for me?
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