Do dreams have meaning?

Let us explore with the help of Carl Jung

My dreamscape

“Not all dreams are of equal importance. Even primitives distinguish between ‘little’ and ‘big’ dreams, or, as we might say, ‘insignificant’ and ‘significant’ dreams. Looked at more closely, ‘little dreams are the nightly fragments of fantasy coming from the subjective and personal sphere, and their meaning is limited to the affairs of the everyday…

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Brenden Weber

Brenden Weber

Chaotically curious and tragically confused…welcome to my labyrinth. For my more personal stories… https://aphilosophersstone.substack.com/

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