Notes on Jung: dreams say things beyond our comprehension

“Our dreams are continually saying things beyond our conscious comprehension. We have intimations and intuitions from unknown sources. Fears, moods, plans, and hopes come to us with no visible causation. These concrete experiences are at the bottom of our feeling that we know ourselves very little; at the bottom, too, of the painful conjecture that we might have surprises in store for ourselves.” (Carl Jung, CW 9i para. 299)

Anonymous-German Artist, Allegorie auf Kaiser Rudolf II. c.1600.US Public Domain
Anonymous-German Artist, Allegorie auf Kaiser Rudolf II. c.1600.US Public Domain

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