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Each element in the dream represents, as we have seen, a gateway leading into an avenue of interest. If the gateways be traversed by asking the dreamer to discuss, in the most candid manner, each incident and figure of his dream, then new significances begin to take shape. As an example I will give some observations made by the dreamer on two separate elements in the above dream i (a) The bell ; "It does not ring now. I think Its sound used to vibrate it is cracked or lost. " than a pleasure to me owing to family quarrels.
In other words, the language of unconscious gesture gives him is certain clues that the conscious estimate of the patient does not give. The patient says, for DREAM PSYCHOLOGY 20 example, that he is by nature cahn, good-tempered, and broad-minded. Certain hasty gestures, facial contractions, movements of the eyes, and phrases contradict this statement. The patient is unconscious of them. Now all this can be compared to the statement of the servant who, owing to his master's ignorance, had been starved and finally driven to an act of violence.
Ings. Or, to quote public dinner, and then lifts his glass. an actual occurrence, after an extremely friendly MENTAL BACKGROUND speech the glass of man raised wine. apologized. He Now an empty discovered 15 glass instead of a his mistake and the mistake and the apology left behind them a curious flavour. The man's actions belied his words. That is a common phrase, but it sums up the position accurately. All these gestures are symbolisms. They are eloquent in themselves, but they convey meaning that is latent and condensed, or to use a better term, they contain unfocussed meaning.