PDF (Private Myths Dreams and Dreaming) author Anthony Stevens

Private Myths Dreams and Dreaming

Anthony Stevens ä 8 read

One of the very few books about dreams and dreaming to #ground the henomenon in actual science Can Every night we enter a mythic realm a dark rimordial world of fear #the henomenon in actual science Can Every night we enter a mythic realm a dark rimordial world of fear desire What this world offers Anthony Stevens suggests may well be the key to understanding our waking mysteries ourselves our society and our history A Baby Girl (Erik Ead Trilogy, prominentsychiatrist and 待つ [Matsu] practicing Jungian analyst Stevens views dreaming from bothsychological
and neurological erspectives 
neurological erspectives show how dreams owe their origins as much to our evolutionary history as a species as to our ersonal history as individualsA work rich in symbolic and scientific insight Private Myths. Recommend it enough Lots of background information on Jung and Freud rimarily some *on Adler and a fe. Traverses the course of dream interpretation from distant hunter gatherer times * Adler and a fe. Traverses the course of dream interpretation from distant hunter gatherer times the resent This analysis is as authoritative as it is wide ranging including discussions #OF THE BIOLOGY OF DREAMING AND THE DISCOVERY OF #the biology of dreaming and the discovery of sleep elaboration of the latest neuroscientific techniues in sleep research and an assessment of the century long legacy of analytic ractice to dream interpretation In a close look at the actual rocesses of dream formation Stevens relates dream work to other creative capacities such as language oetry storytelling. W others descriptions of major archetypes and a lot #OF INFORMATION ON THE ROLE DREAMS PLAY IN OUR #information on the role dreams lay in our Memory lay symptom formation magic and ritual He draws *on his many years of experience to analyze key historical dreams such as Freud's dream of * his many years of experience to analyze key historical dreams such as Freud's dream of injection and Hitler's dream of being buried alive and enriches this discussion with analyses of his own and his atients' dreamsRemarkable in its breadth Private Myths makes the rinciples of
dream interpretation accessible 
interpretation accessible scientists the findings of dream science accessible to analysts and the discoveries of both available to anyone intrigued by the mysteries of dreams and dreaming.