Dream Interpretation 101
with CEU Certificate*
Dream Interpretation --
"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, "Dream Interpretation" is 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!
(It all began with a Dream!)
1. WHY WE ALL DREAM & WHY WE SHOULD
The Role of Dreaming The Value of Dreams The Language of Dreams The Power of the Unconscious
2. ‘DREAMING’ THROUGH HISTORY
A synopsis of ‘Dreaming’ through the ages
Sigmund Freud Carl Jung Perls Jung –v- Freud — the big difference!
The “Nature” of Dreaming
4. DREAM STATES, LEVELS & LOGIC
Lucid Free Association Amplification Meditation Precognitive Twilight Zones Night Travellers Levels of Dreaming Dream Logic
5. DREAMS ACROSS THE CULTURAL DIVIDE
India & The East Europe Indigenous Peoples (incld Australian Aborigines, Inuit, African peoples, Native Americans)
6. YOUR DREAM LEXICON
The concept How to develop and use your own In the abstract Time & Space Science Numbers Signs
7. DREAM SYMBOLS
Sampling of Dream Symbols Developing your own personalized Dream Symbols Is there any right or wrong way to interpret your dreams?
8. DREAMING ABOUT;
Common Items The Human Body & Psyche People & Characters Emotions Places & Journeys Communicating Nature Spirituality
9. ANALYZING & INTERPRETING YOUR DREAMS —
Interpretation Archetypes Quick Pick Dream Analysis Journaling Decoding your Dreams Looking at several dreams together
Experimental Spiritual Growth What Tribe are You? Dream Groups Healing & Therapy Magic Prophecy Dream Play
’Incubate’ your dream Tips for Dream Recall Preparing to Dream Understanding, Working With & Investigating your dreams Dream Tools – Choosing your own Cause & Effect Strengths & Weaknesses Power Dreams
|Lesson 1 Why we all dream and why we should||10|
|Lesson 2 Dreaming through history||7|
|Lesson 3 Freud/Jung/Perls||10|
|Lesson 4 Dream states, levels and logic||8|
|Lesson 5 Dream across the cultural divide||9|
|Lesson 6 Assignment||2|
|Lesson 6 Your own dream lexicon||7|
|Lesson 7 Dream Symbols||10|
|Lesson 8 Assignment||2|
|Lesson 8 Dreaming about||10|
|Lesson 9 Assignment||2|
|Lesson 9 Analyzing and Interpreting your dreams||10|
|Lesson 10 Assignment||2|
|Lesson 10 An eclectic approach to dream interpretation||8|
|Lesson 11 Dreaming creatively||9|
|The Final Exam||51|
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