Central traits

Topics: Meaning of life, Psychology, Dream, Failure, Carl Jung, Thought / Pages: 1 (280 words) / Published: Aug 31st, 2014
Goli, Raymond Joseph T.
Question No. 3 I usually had a vivid dream where I was falling through the sky. The sky was a bit blurry but I could feel the wind in my face and everything. It was really a scary feeling and I don’t know what to do. I was about to hit the ground when I suddenly woke up. Still thinking I was falling, I panicked and fell out of my bed. That was when I realized it was a dream and felt relieved. I researched about the meaning of “falling dreams,” and it indicates that a person experiencing this may have insecurities, instabilities, and anxieties. It means the person is feeling overwhelmed and out of control in some situation in their waking life. Falling dreams also often reflect a sense of failure or inferiority in some circumstance or situation. I think the reason I usually encounter this type of dream is because of the pressure I have to fulfill the expectations that my parents have in me. In addition, I am also insecure because of the mistakes and failures I have done in the past, which are hard to forget. I think the underlying wish in my manifest dream is to overcome the obstacles in my life, try to forget my failures in life, and be successful to make up for the mistakes I did in the past. I agree with Freud’s theory of dream interpretation because it can be applied to my personality and can relate to it. By uncovering the hidden meaning of dreams, I believe that people could better understand their problems and resolve the issues that create difficulties in their lives.

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