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Roesler, C. (2020). Jungian Theory of Dreaming and Contemporary Dream Research - Findings from the Research Project ‘Structural Dream Analysis’. J. Anal. Psychol., 65(1):44-62.

(2020). Journal of Analytical Psychology, 65(1):44-62

Jungian Theory of Dreaming and Contemporary Dream Research - Findings from the Research Project ‘Structural Dream Analysis’

Dr. Christian Roesler, Dipl.-Psych.

The research method ‘Structural Dream Analysis’ (SDA) is described which allows for systematic and objective analysis of the meaning of dreams produced by patients in Jungian psychotherapies. The method focuses especially on the relationship between the dream ego and other figures in the dream and the extent of activity of the dream ego. Five major dream patterns were identified which accounted for the majority of the dreams. The clients’ dream series were dominated by one or two repetitive patterns which were closely connected to the psychological problems of the dreamers. Additionally, typical changes in the dream series’ patterns could be identified which corresponded with therapeutic change. These findings support Jung's theory of dreams as providing a holistic image of the dreamer's psyche, including unconscious aspects. The implications for different psychoanalytic theories of dreaming and dream interpretation are discussed as well as implications for the continuity hypothesis.

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