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How does psychology explain the phenomenon of dreams?

How does psychology explain the phenomenon of dreams

Psychologists believe that dreams are the embodiment of a person's thoughts and wishes, and ideals will come true when dreaming. The famous psychology master Freud believed that dreams are a manifestation of a person's subconscious mind. The ego only seeks happiness and adheres to the principle of reality. Only the subconscious mind in dreams is the true manifestation.

But Jung believed that dreams are the truth of nature. He did not believe that dreams were just to fulfill wishes, nor did he believe that dreams were disguised. But "Dreams are the spontaneous and undistorted product of the unconscious mind... Dreams show us the unmodified natural truth."

American psychologist Fromm believes that dreams are a symbolic language. He said: "All myths and all dreams have something in common: they are all 'written' in the same language, the language of symbolism." Fromm divided symbols into three categories: conventional symbols, accidental symbols and universal symbols.

[Master’s characteristic dream analysis]

The above dream interpretations are general interpretations. If you need to know specific matters, you can ask a master to interpret your dreams based on your birth date and the scene when you dreamed:

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