Dream Interpretation 101
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"A dream that is not interpreted is like a letter that has not been opened."
Across cultures and over the ages -- since the beginning of history -- dreams and their interpretation have both intrigued and bewildered people. From the ancient Greeks and Egyptians (and the peoples before them), to the Sigmund Freud's and Carl Jung's of this world and beyond.
That mysterious world we drift into and through, when we sleep, is bound by neither time nor space. It is a land where the impossible becomes possible, and the nonsensical appears completely plausible and practical.
IT IS THE LAND OF DREAMS that has neither boundaries nor limitations -- a land where you can, and do, achieve whatever you aim for.
BUT as with any other land you need to be able to understand, to be able to speak the language' and that is what this course is all about.
We do not claim to cover everything you will want or need to know -- that would be impossible to do and misleading to claim. But after completing the course you will most certainly have the knowledge to make basic sense of your dreams and the ability to begin interpreting them correctly. Fluency will come to you with time, experience and a broadening of your skills.
There is so much more we would have liked to include but the contents will most certainly ignite the torches within that will illuminate the way for you.
You will learn how to become your own dream interpreter!
Universal Class, Inc. has been approved as an Accredited Provider by the International Association for Continuing Education and Training (IACET). In obtaining this approval, Universal Class, Inc. has demonstrated that it complies with the ANSI/IACET Standard which is widely recognized as the Standard of good practice internationally. As a result of their Accredited Provider status, Universal Class, Inc. is authorized to offer IACET CEUs for its courses that qualify under the ANSI/IACET Standard.
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Lesson 1: Why We All Dream -- and Why We ShouldA dream well-dreamt can prompt us to question the world around us, what we are doing in it, how we view it, and what we do -- as well as defining what is real and what isn't.
Lesson 2: Dreaming Through HistoryThe point is that dreaming is a fundamental part of all our lives, one of the very few universal strands that unites the human race.
Lesson 3: Freud/Jung/PerlsDescribed by Sigmund Freud as the "royal road" to understanding the unconscious mind, dreams were the centerpiece of his highly controversial book, "The Interpretation of Dreams."
Lesson 4: Dream State, Levels, and LogicIn this lesson we will be covering several of the better known, and more widely acknowledged dream states, as well as some very important points in relation to levels of dreaming.
Lesson 5: Dreams Across the Cultural DivideDreaming is a truly universal experience; however, cultural and religious factors do play an important role in how people regard the significance and consequences of dreams.
Lesson 6: Your Own Dream LexiconOur dream pictures and feelings are generated by our unconscious, and for our own benefit; you can find comfort in that. Our unconscious talks directly to us through our dreams, one-to-one.
Lesson 7: Dream SymbolsThe messages contained in our dreams are typically conveyed as symbols -- representing an idea, concept, or emotion -- something that is difficult to put into actual words.
Lesson 8: Dreaming AboutYes, we often dream about things, and occurrences, that are common in our every day lives.
Lesson 9: Analyzing and Interpreting Your DreamsIn practically every culture, and during every age in our history, dreams have both enthralled and mystified us, inspiring us to find bigger and better ways to understand their implications.
Lesson 10: An Eclectic Approach to Dream InterpretationEverything changes over time, so naturally the approach to dreams and their interpretation is no exception.
Lesson 11: Dreaming CreativelyThe real meaning of what it is to be creative is frequently misunderstood, with so many people thinking and saying things like, "I'm not creative at all."
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Course Title: Dream Interpretation 101Course Number: 7550125Languages: English - United States, Canada and other English speaking countriesCourse Type: Guidance/CounselingCEU Value: 0.7 IACET CEUs (Continuing Education Units)CE Accreditation: Universal Class, Inc. has been accredited as an Authorized Provider by the International Association for Continuing Education and Training (IACET).Grading Policy: Earn a final grade of 70% or higher to receive an online/downloadable CEU Certification documenting CEUs earnedAssessment Method: Lesson assignments and review examsCourse URL: dreams.onlineclasses.comInstructor: Dr. Deirdre MithaugSyllabus: View SyllabusDuration: Continuous: Enroll anytime!Requirements: View Technical RequirementsCourse Fee: $50.00 (no CEU Certification) || with CEU Certification: $75.00
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Learning OutcomesBy successfully completing this course, students will be able to:
- Summarize why we dream and why we should dream.
- Summarize the interpretations of dreams throughout history.
- Compare and contrast the views of dreams by Freud, Jung, and Perls.
- Describe the Dream State.
- Compare and contrast dreams of different cultures.
- Identify your own dream lexicon.
- Identify and describe dream symbols.
- Analyze and interpret your dreams, and
- Demonstrate mastery of lesson content at levels of 70% or higher.
An Introduction Assignment 1 Lesson 1 Why we all dream and why we should Exam 10 Lesson 2 Dreaming through history Exam 7 Lesson 3 Assignment Assignment 10 Lesson 3 Freud/Jung/Perls Exam 10 Lesson 4 Dream states, levels and logic Exam 9 Lesson 5 Dream across the cultural divide Exam 9 Lesson 6 Assignment Assignment 10 Lesson 6 Your own dream lexicon Exam 8 Lesson 7 Assignment Assignment 10 Lesson 7 Dream Symbols Exam 10 Lesson 8 Assignment Assignment 10 Lesson 8 Dreaming about Exam 10 Lesson 9 Assignment Assignment 10 Lesson 9 Analyzing and Interpreting your dreams Exam 10 Lesson 10 Assignment Assignment 10 Lesson 10 An eclectic approach to dream interpretation Exam 8 Lesson 11 Assignment Assignment 10 Lesson 11 Dreaming creatively Exam 9 The Final Exam Exam 51 Total Points: 222
- "I loved this course and wish there was a Dream Interpretation 201." -- Gwendolyn H.
- "I thought the course gave a good foundation for dreams. Also Carl Jung's theories stood out for me." -- Debbie E.
- "Everything was helpful. It was more difficult than I expected." -- Cynthia R.
- "This was an AWESOME class and the instructor was GREAT! I learned a lot about my dreams that I never knew. It was very well organized." -- Donna N.
- "The professor was excellent, personable and knowledgeable." -- Jill C.
- "I think this has been a wonderful experience and I liked my instructor and course so much I didn't want it to end. I thought the instructor was amazing." -- Debra H.
- "All lessons have something to offer me personally, so all were very helpful especially lesson 11 in Dream Incubation." -- Emmanuel O.
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