By C. G. Jung
Released with the aid of the Philemon beginning, this interesting paintings on children's desires contains texts from a four-year seminar sequence on the Swiss Federal Institute of know-how in Zurich. this can be the 1st visual appeal in English of those seminars, and the current quantity is taken into account the 1st complement to The accumulated Works of C. G. Jung. . . . provided as a casual alternate in a conversational structure, the booklet is total extra obtainable than the focused presentation in amassed Works. This useful source will pride students of Jung and an individual drawn to his works.
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After all, we cannot credit a child with the psychology of an adult. Strangely enough, however, unconsciously the child already has all the psychology of an adult. As it is, from birth onward—one could even say already from before birth—the individual is what it will be. In the disposition, the basic blueprint is already there very early. Such early dreams come out of the totality of the personality, and that is why they allow us to see a great deal of what we later miss in it. Later, life forces us to make one-sided differentiations.
The dream made such an impression on him, he told me, because the image was of such great beauty and brilliance. Three weeks later, after his exam, he traveled to Spain. From there I received the news that the dream had come true. In a Spanish town he came to such a square. ” He went into the side street—and the horses were there! He was an absolutely reliable man, is now in a position in the civil service, and was otherwise never known for such things but, on the contrary, for his proverbial dryness and sobriety.
The unconscious does not care about our time or the causal interrelation of things. This can also be observed in dream series. The series does not form a chronological, consecutive order in the sense of our temporal order. That is why it is so difﬁcult to tell what comes ﬁrst and what later. If one tried to characterize the nature of dreams, one could say that they do not form a chronological series as in a b c d, with b following from a, and c from b. We rather have to suppose an unrecognizable center from which the dreams emanate.