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Patterns of dreaming : Jungian techniques in theory and practice / James A. Hall ; foreword by Edward C. Whitmont.

By: Hall, James A. (James Albert), 1934-
Material type: TextTextSeries: A C.G. Jung Foundation bookBoston, MA: Shambhala : 1991Edition: 1st pbk. edDescription: xxxi, 367p.; 23 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volume ISBN: 0877736219Subject(s): Psychoanalysis | Jung, C. G. (Carl Gustav), 1875-1961 | Jungian psychology | Dream interpretation | DreamsLOC classification: BF1078 .H26 1991
Contents:
Part I History of dream interpretation. -- 1 Dreams from antiquity to Freud. -- 2 Other theories on dreams. -- 3 Laboratory studies of sleep and dreams. -- Part II Jungian dream interpretation. -- 4 Clinical concepts. -- 5 The dream in Jungian theory. -- 6 Technique of dream interpretation. -- 7 The relationship between dream ego and waking ego. -- 8 Polanyi's tacit knowing. -- Part III Clinical dreams. -- 9 Neglected clinical uses of dreams. -- 10 Dreams as indicators. -- 11 Dream recall. -- 12 Phenomena related to dreaming. -- 13 The actual dream. -- 14 Personal drama: a meaning of dreams. -- 15 Types of dreams. -- Part IV Enactments. -- 16 Enactments
Abstract: '...a comprehensive, authoritative, and accessible introduction to Jung's theory of dream interpretation....the book compares the Jungian method to other major theories, including gestalt, psychosynthesis, humanistic psychology, and Freudian and neo-Freudian approaches....explores in depth the interrelationships of dreams and personal relationships, the religious dimension of dreams, and the use of imaginal enactment techniques as an important alternative to the interpretation of dreams ad to unconscious "acting out."'
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Originally published: Clinical uses of dreams. New York : Grune & Stratton, c1977.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Part I History of dream interpretation. -- 1 Dreams from antiquity to Freud. -- 2 Other theories on dreams. -- 3 Laboratory studies of sleep and dreams. -- Part II Jungian dream interpretation. -- 4 Clinical concepts. -- 5 The dream in Jungian theory. -- 6 Technique of dream interpretation. -- 7 The relationship between dream ego and waking ego. -- 8 Polanyi's tacit knowing. -- Part III Clinical dreams. -- 9 Neglected clinical uses of dreams. -- 10 Dreams as indicators. -- 11 Dream recall. -- 12 Phenomena related to dreaming. -- 13 The actual dream. -- 14 Personal drama: a meaning of dreams. -- 15 Types of dreams. -- Part IV Enactments. -- 16 Enactments

'...a comprehensive, authoritative, and accessible introduction to Jung's theory of dream interpretation....the book compares the Jungian method to other major theories, including gestalt, psychosynthesis, humanistic psychology, and Freudian and neo-Freudian approaches....explores in depth the interrelationships of dreams and personal relationships, the religious dimension of dreams, and the use of imaginal enactment techniques as an important alternative to the interpretation of dreams ad to unconscious "acting out."'

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