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1. Introduction Starting from the ancient times humans has always been interested in strange phenomena of sleeping and dreams. Dreams can be explained psychologically as images of subconsciousness and feedback of neural processes in human's brain. For most of us, dreaming is something quite separate from normal life. When we wake up from being chased by a monster, or being on a date with a movie star, we realize with relief or disappointment that "it was just a dream."
From this, I’d like to think of dreams as adventures for our minds; we’re subconsciously wandering to a new adventure every time we decide to rest our eyes. Watt’s analyzes dreams as a structure that implies the opposite; “black implies white, self implies other, and life implies death,” but, I believe to dream, means to wander. With Watt’s short excerpt of dream analysis, from his The Dream of Life, I decided to not only analyze his analysis, but to interpret dreams as a form of a subconscious stroll, that can lead from one thing to another.
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The latent part of the dream was the most important to Freud. Dreams were such an important part of Freud 's psychoanalytic theory that he believed the way to resolve clients of their physical and psychological difficulties was through dream analysis. Process of Analysis In Freud’s ‘interpretation of dreams’ he highlights that the manifest content of the dream is what is obvious and not to assign too much significance to this. But the latent content is the dreams camouflage and can often result in hasty inaccurate interpretation. What Freud sought was the analysis of the dream to be a ‘process’ where the dream comes into awareness and ‘dream-work’ can take place.
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