It was an interesting exchange today with the Swiss Radio Bern who approached me with the topic of dreams and dreaming for their upcoming broadcast. This is one of the topics I work a lot in my practice. It reminded me of the article on The Conversation that explored a related topic of recurring dreams in depth. Among other things, it states that "not all recurring dreams are bad in themselves. They can even be helpful insofar as they are informing us about our personal conflicts. Paying attention to the repetitive elements of dreams could be a way to better understand and resolve our greatest desires and torments." For as Freud said "the dream acts as a safety-valve for the over-burdened brain." Read the full article by Claudia Picard-Deland and Prof. Tore Nielsen Being chased, loosing your teeth or falling down? What science says about recurring dreams on The Conversation.
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