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This article might interest those on this site who focus on dreams.  The abstract says:


This article (a) exposes some unnoticed implications of Jung’s
compensation theory of dreams, (b) integrates it with some facts discovered
after Jung’s time, (c) thereby makes that theory more useful in
understanding the meaning and function of dreams, and also (d) points
to the applicability of the same theory to Jungian psychotherapy in more
ways than dream interpretation.
The Journal of Jungian Theory and Practice Vol. 9, No. 2, 41-61
Copyright 2007 by the C. G. Jung Institute of New York ISSN 1530-5538

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