Two Dreams: an archetypal analysis

Two Dreams: an archetypal analysis

This is an excerpt of a recent analysis and discussion Stephen Farah, HOD at the Centre, had with some of the Centre’s senior students about two dreams that were shared on Magnum Opus. The dreams are shared anonymously with the permission of the students concerned. Both dreams are remarkable examples of what we learn about dreams through an archetypal analysis.

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  • Susan Reply

    Stephen this is brilliant!

    November 24, 2022 at 16:59
  • Elaine Martin Reply

    Thanks, Stephen.

    November 25, 2022 at 08:20
  • Linda Tieber Reply

    This is great. Thank you Stephen.

    November 27, 2022 at 16:31
  • Sarah S Reply

    I really enjoyed this, thanks for sharing.

    November 28, 2022 at 16:25
  • Grumbledude Reply

    Really enjoyed this! THX!

    December 1, 2022 at 00:24
  • Jane-Louise Sonnenberg Reply

    Thank you Stephen – appreciate how you posit that everything can be seen/processed as a dream – waking or sleeping – to be felt into for the necessary intelligence/direction present. Particularly being a somatic therapist (appreciative of Jung and HIllman) dedicated to embodied non-compartmentalized objective awareness that arises organically, and not as easily contaminated by a cognitive, binary or fragmented subjectivity; that everything/the entire trajectory of the next is accessible in the inception (threshold) of each present moment. As well as the proposition that our earliest dreams hold the entire trajectory of our life you so well articulated.

    December 2, 2022 at 12:28

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