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Volume 101
Dreamschool Scholars Program
Introduction to Dream Interpretation
Lesson One

What dreams are made of?
Dreaming is as old as mankind.
Records and literature give account of dreams.
Man has searched for the reason and meaning of this phenomena.
Dreams are a form of communication.

Hindu Holy Texts describe dreams as a higher state of consciousness.
American Indians use dreams to connect with nature.
Eastern, Christian, and Jewish religions believe dreams are communications from the Creator.

Aristotle, who was Plato’s student and lived around 350 B.C., determined that dreams came from within the Self.
He is remembered as the father of metaphysics.

Sigmund Freud
Freud, born in Austria in 1856, was a neurologist and is considered the father of modern psychoanalysis.
Determined that dreams were about the dreamer.

Carl Jung
Carl Jung recognized the power of universal symbols.
He called these archetypes.
Jung recognized the partner to the outer, conscious mind and named it anima for the male, animus for female.

The Nature of Consciousness
The School of Metaphysics in the United States has built upon the pioneering work of these great thinkers.
Their research in what they have coined as the Universal Language of MindTM spans the globe and draws upon timeless wisdom.

Why We Dream
Dreams are doorways to the inner worlds.
Dreams are personal messages about your everyday, waking life.
Interpreting them helps you connect heaven and earth.

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