Carl Dream Meanings

What does Carl mean in dream?

Carl | Dream Meanings


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Tiller of the soil; manly... Dream Dictionary Unlimited

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Ariadne's Book of Dream

This Olympic track and field athlete won the gold medal for a record broad jump and again in the hundred- meters in Barcelona in 1988. His appearance in your dream may signal your ability to run the distance to achieve your purpose.

He was, however, disqualified for taking steroids in a later track and field event, so he may also enter a dream to warn you away from cheating to achieve your goals.... Ariadne's Book of Dream

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Endearing, beloved woman, full of grace... Dream Dictionary Unlimited

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Champion... Dream Dictionary Unlimited

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Brave defender... Dream Dictionary Unlimited

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Noble and discerning... Dream Dictionary Unlimited

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The Latin music sensation whose fame remained constant over three decades, Carlos’s onstage performance in your dreams may signify the spiritual qualities and values of music. He may arrive as a teacher to the unmastered musician. He may bnng a message of harmony.... Ariadne's Book of Dream

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A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences

Son of a pastor, his paternal grandfather and great grandfather were physicians. He took a degree in medicine at the University of Basle, then specialised in psychiatry. In early papers he pioneered the use of word- association, and influenced research into the toxin hypothesis regarding schizophrenia. Jung’s addition to modern therapeu­tic attitudes to dream work arose out of his difference of view with Freud regarding human life. Jung felt life is a meaningful experience, with spiritual roots. His interest in alchemy, myths and legends added to the wealth of ideas he brought to his concept of the collective unconscious.

The subject of sym­bols fascinated him and he devoted more work to this than any other psychologist. He saw dream symbols, not as an attempt to veil or hide inner content, but an attempt to eluci­date and express it. It is a way of transformation where what was formless, non-verbal and unconscious moves towards form and becoming known. In this way dreams ‘show us the unvarnished natural truth’. By giving attention to our dreams we are throwing light/upon who and what we really are—not simply who we ait/as a personality, but who we are as a phenomenon of cosmic interactions.

Jung recommended looking at a series of one’s dreams in order to develop a fuller insight into self. In this way one would see cenain themes arising again and again. Out of these we can begin to see where we are not balancing the different aspects of ourself. See abreaction; active imagination; ampli­fication; archetypes; black person; collective unconscious; compensatory theory; creativity and problem solving in dreams; dream analysis; Fromm, Erich; identity and dreams; individuation; lucidity; mandala; dream as spiritual guide; unconscious. ... A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences

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Bright red is the sign of going through a fiery trial... Dream Dictionary Unlimited

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Ten Thousand Dream Interpretation

To dream of scarlet fever, foretells you are in danger of sickness, or in the power of an enemy.

To dream a relative dies suddenly with it, foretells you will be overcome by villainous treachery. ... Ten Thousand Dream Interpretation

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