Jung: Dreamwork is Subjective

Midsummer Night's Dream by P.D. White

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If our dreams reproduce certain ideas these ideas are primarily our ideas, in the structure of which our whole being is interwoven. They are subjective factors, grouping themselves as they do in the dream, and expressing this or that meaning, not for extraneous reasons but from the most intimate promptings of our psyche. The whole dream-work is essentially subjective, and a dream is a theater in which the dreamer is himself the scene, the player, the prompter, the producer, the author, the public, and the critic.

Carl Jung (CW 8: The Structure and Dynamics of the Psyche, “General Aspects of Dream Psychology,” 509)

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