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dialogue of the psyche
DREAMS: sequence images, sounds and feelings experienced when sleeping
SEMANTICS: linguistics. the study of meaning.

http://www.dreamsemantics.com/2009/02/the-wise-old-man/

This archetype was described as Carl Jung as a person with great judgment and wisdom.  The wise old man is sometimes referred to as the Sage. This archetype is characterized by being old, bearded, father-figure type who uses his great personal knowledge of the world and offer guidance through stories and may impress upon his [...]

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Nightmares


http://www.dreamsemantics.com/2009/08/nightmares-2/

Nightmares are a fact of life.  Everybody has had a nightmare at some point of their lives.  A nightmare is a disturbing, emotional, scary and most of the time full of horror.  The dreamer often wakes up scared and frightened.  Some visions in nightmares include murder, being squashed, being beaten, verbally abused, attacked, burned and other emotional or traumatic situations.

There are instances where nightmares are induced by fevers and other physical causes.  Psychological traumas are also other causes of nightmares.  Eating before bedtime can also induce nightmares as the brain and digestive system works overtime to breakdown food providing stimuli for dream activities.  Dream interpreters say that a nightmare is a way for the mind to call the dreamer’s attention to a specific incident or situation in real life.  During a nightmare the brain is simply saying to notice and confront the issue.

A nightmare is an indication that something is troubling you.  It is the subconscious trying to communicate with the body to do something or to take action regarding something that has happened.  Most of the time discussing or analyzing the nightmare can lead to solutions, resolutions to conflicts that may plague you or even understanding your very own personality.

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