International Library of Psychology: Human Psychology As by Turner Julia

By Turner Julia

First released in 1999. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa corporation

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International Library of Psychology: Human Psychology As Seen Through The Dream

First released in 1999. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa corporation

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If they were too long, he chopped off a part of them; if too short, he put them on the rack to make them longer. The result of disregaraing the anxiety problem is that the subjective life tends to shrink back into the dream whence it issued. When we go to bed, the emotional problems which we cannot project, as they are not allowed standing-room in consciousness, meet us again in dreams. Dreams, perhaps, seem very unimportant in the life of most people. I understand that this is not always the case.

The dream abounds in such symbolism. In the parable of the wedding guest without a wedding garment the idea is conveyed exactly; the word '' turncoat '' gives another aspect of the symbol. Functionaries of every kind are known by their particular costume; the policeman, for instance, and the soldier are both familiar dream figures. Among all articles of attire the hat perhaps occurs most insistently and is always deserving of attention. It appears to symbolise the way of thinking, 1 the controlling attitude to experience, perhaps.

But positive emotion must be a fact no less, and probably bears a quantitative relation to the negative emotion expressed when the animal is thwarted in its pursuit. Who likes to take a bone from a hungry dog? The anger which the thwarted dog shows must bear some sort of relation to the satisfaction which, for the dog, attends 26 HUMAN PSYCHOLOGY the meal. " The positive side of emotion, appetite, remains an enigma. It is literally occult. The other essential component of anxiety is negative emotion-fear or anger, or, in general, aversion.

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