Dream Interpretation And Sigmund Freud

In the early 19th century, dream interpretation went out of fashion, and almost no one took the art seriously. At the beginning of the century, it was believed that dreams were incomprehensible at all and were simply the result of a large meal before going to bed, hearing noises at night, and other common causes. However, in the late 19th century, Sigmund Freud revolutionized the world of dreams and dream interpretation with his radically new ideas, including dreams and fears of a deep childhood. Born in 1865, Sigmund Freud revolutionized the world of psychiatry and dream interpretation with his seminal work “The Interpretation of Dreams”. 


Dr. Freud regarded dreams as a direct connection to the unconscious mind and studied the relationship through the interpretation of the symbolic objects in the dreams. The theory was that the conscious mind acts as a guard against the unconscious, preventing the suppressed emotions from surface. However, during sleep, this conscious guard is absent, and the subconscious mind runs wild freely, expressing its most hidden desires.


Freud believed that the fulfillment of dreams is the source of dreams, and dreamers use dreams as a way to fulfill these fixed reforms in childhood. Also, things like power and control often appear in dreams. A central part of Freud's dream theory is that the thoughts and desires suppressed during the day are free to drive in the jungle during the dream stage. Since Freud's death, many have criticized him for seeing the sexual stimulus behind every dream object.


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