DREAM DICTIONARY - Checkpoint :Dreams will link to any situation or any emotion that we can connect in any way with a symbol. Use the key words below to help you remember key feelings from yesterday. Think also of your general moods and your thoughts about relationships. As you read these keywords think how they were relevant yesterday and in your life generally.
KEY WORDS AND PHRASES: always having to get someones approval, second opinion, meeting a standard, constant monitoring, always required meet the standards, someone knows more, always doubting, never truly accepted (Try to think how you might use these keywords in describing your current feelings eg "I was never really accepted - I always had to get his support and patronage".)
EXAMPLE DREAMSExample dream : A border checkpoint was a symbol for the dreamers relationship with a rival. This was one of Carl Jung's dreams and his rival was Freud. The border checkpoint represented the power and authority that Freud used to possess above his rival Jung. He had previously sought to check through his rivals work before giving it the seal of approval. Now Jung was an authority in his own right and was wanting to cast aside this man's power.
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