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Kolev, N. (2018). The Spatial Structure Of Dreams, Orientation In Dreams And Role Of Splitting-Projection Of The Archaic Maternal Imago To The Right. IJP Open, 5:35.

(2018). IJP Open, 5:35

The Spatial Structure Of Dreams, Orientation In Dreams And Role Of Splitting-Projection Of The Archaic Maternal Imago To The Right

Nikolai Kolev

The author’s hypothesis is that the analysand, regardless of his or her laterality, always projects the split imagoes of his or her archaic mother onto the right half of space; there in this right half of space the imago of the hated and threatening mother can be discerned to the left and the imago of the idealized but unattainable mother to the right. The hypothesis is supported by a rigorous analysis of dreams, especially of its spatial and transferential elements.

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