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Re: Dreams wittgensteinz

Posted by floatingbridge on October 1, 2010, at 12:24:06

In reply to Dreams, posted by wittgensteinz on September 30, 2010, at 3:38:06

Witti, in my therapy (regular interpersonal) dreams are sometimes quite pivotal. Though we do not discuss them that often, my therapist really perks up when presented a dream.

Many of my dreams are a kind of purgatorial montage of childhood blah-blah. When we work one, I am everything in my dream. (I guess that's a standard given.) To even disengage enough to see the imagery as myself and not other is work enough that begins an unraveling process that is fruitful over time.

My pdoc/therapist is a 60/70's hybrid. Analysis, Gestalt, other approaches I recognize but can't name. It leavens the dream work, his multi-pronged approach.

Having *the dream* to discuss helps because I can, at least at the start, discuss the dream like a book. I like the authorial loophole that I am not what I write :)

MDD currently controlled. C-ptsd and comorbid health concerns. Chronic fatigue.




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