Mindfulness and Dream Analysis Advanced Course | Psychotherapy Course | Vishwas Healing Centre
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Mindfulness and Dream Analysis (Advanced Course)

Our advance program of Mindfulness and Dream Analysis has an integrated approach where we focus on:

1)Integrating EET (Emotional Empowerment Technique) & Free Association two powerful healing techniques for dream analysis:

When we have a particularly vivid dream or a recurring dream we can use tapping/EET to help us understand what the dream is really about and what our subconscious mind is trying to communicate to us.

Jungian dream analysis is based on the idea that all elements in the dream are parts of our psyche. By re-entering a dream and tapping/EET on dream symbols your conscious mind can enter into a dialogue with the subconscious parts of you who may have been previously ignored or denied.

Using dream tapping / EET you create a connection between these two brain wave states whilst you are awake. By doing this you are learning to communicate with the vast database of knowledge that is the unified energy field. This is the knowledge of your higher self or soul self.

Free association is the expression of the content of consciousness without censorship as an aid in gaining access to unconscious processes. The technique is used in psychoanalysis which was originally devised by Sigmund Freud out of the hypnotic method of his mentor and colleague, Josef Breuer.

2) Personal association and Amplification Technique developed by Carl Jung:

Jung saw the mind/body/feelings (or what he called ‘the psyche’) as all working together. Even negative symptoms could be potentially helpful in drawing attention to an imbalance; for example, depression could result from an individual suppressing particular feelings or not following a path that is natural and true to their particular personality. In this way he saw the psyche as a self-regulating system with all psychic contents – thoughts, feelings, dreams, intuitions etc. – having a purpose; he thought the psyche was ‘purposive’.

Jung states that there are elements of the dream to which the dreamer cannot provide personal associations.(1) These elements are symbols.(2) In this case, the analyst should intervene with his knowledge and complete the dreamer’s gaps related to them. The associative material comes from various cultural areas: mythology, religion, alchemy, folklore and so forth.

3) Comparative Study; Difference between Freud’s Dream Approach vs Jung’ Dream Approach :
Freud’s dream approach is retrospective; that is, it refers mainly to past events, placed back in the dreamer’s childhood (psychic trauma, sexual repressed wishes and so forth). Jung’s dream approach is prospective; he treats the dream like an inner map of dreamer’s future psychic evolution towards a more balanced relationship between his ego and the unconscious (be it personal or collective.

4) Dreams as an unconscious aspect of an event : We begin by de-fragmenting the components of your dream, and then highlighting important symbols; and gradually make our way in teaching how to do the same on your own

6) Effects of Menstrual Cycle on Dreaming:
Women often find more sleep disturbances in the time just before and during their monthly menstrual periods, indeed hormones impact your dream content so you can pinpoint patterns and know what to expect. At the end of the day , dreams tend to reflect what’s going on in that particular cycle. Well it’s actually a wonderful way to use where you are, hormonally, to guide your relationships & life.

5) Nightmares:

Nightmares can be vivid, emotionally draining, and often upsetting. While one every now and then is normal, consistent nightmares can be linked to mental health problems, such as anxiety and depression.

Sleep paralysis is simply an extension of the dream state. However, it is not something people seek to repeat once they experience it, as it can be unpleasant. People experience an inability to move, speak, or control their body, despite being conscious and wanting to. It is sometimes accompanied by hallucinations, which add to the disagreeable nature of the situation.

6) Predictive Dreams/ Precognitive Dreams :

Dreams that appear to predict the future through a sixth sense. We all have intuitive dreams like this. They express our innermost hopes and fears based on subconscious information that we may or may not be repressing.

7) Introduction to Future Life Progression (FLP):

FLP enables you to see where you will be five and ten years in the future, and how to use this information to resolve your present day problems and dilemmas.

We are creators of our own reality and we can always shape or re-frame or re-program or re-design our own lives.

For any assistance, please reach us at info@vishwashealingcentre.com or call us at 98992016457