Freud Dreams Dictionary

We speak Freud - we mean sex. Surely such an association of modern people would not be enough to rejoice the famous physician, scientist, innovator, educated and versatile person, such as Sigmund Freud. The image of the researcher, who in all human manifestations saw only sexual desires, the Austrian is not least obliged to his dream book. "Interpretation of dreams" is considered one of the main works of the psychoanalyst, on the basis of which later (and no longer the scientists themselves) was written dream book. As in the XIX century. Miller’s dream book acquired extreme popularity, and the collection of interpretations of Freud, which survived many reprints, became a bestseller of the XX century.

The main theoretical basis for interpreting dreams by Freud is the concept of unconscious sexual desires that "live" in the subconscious of each person. Our unfulfilled desires, needs, thoughts find an outlet in dreams, where most of the characters have an erotic coloring. Having deciphered them using the algorithm of free associations, a person can better understand himself, the true motives of his actions and the reasons for his failures - in order to adjust his future.

In the dream book of Freud, just as, for example, in the dream book of Lofa, there is no mystery, magic or esoteric "fog" - only the data obtained in the course of scientific research experiments. Modern science has accumulated a lot of claims to them. However, this does not prevent hundreds of fans from still looking at the dream book and looking boldly in the face to their secret and not always respectable desires. The absence of a mystical beginning in the dream book of Freud did not in any way affect the fact that he is one of the most unconventional and ambiguous collections of interpretations of dreams.

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