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Dreaming the Healing
from page 11
Dreams in the free flying (with or
without wings) category were studied
closely by Marie Louise Von Franz, a friend
Rix Weaver and a pupil and colleague of
Carl Jung. Ma Lou, as Rix used to call
her, carried out depth psychology over
a number of years with young men who
held a fascination for dangerous sports,
especially mountaineering and flying.
She found that these men displayed
characteristically youthful charm and
a sense of spirituality. She linked their
fascination with flying with a fear of being
pinned down, and the desire to get as
high as possible far away from the earth
-- and also, symbolically, from ordinary
life.Women, as well as men, have free flying
dreams and these, too, are more often
than not associated with escape. Many
thanks to H, a 28 year old woman, for
sharing this dream:
I am in a hotel, being chased. I have
about six heavy bags and there is no one
to help me carry them. I decide to leave all
except one. In it I have passport, money,
tablets etc. As I fly away, I think to myself, 'I
don't need that other stuff.'
Dreams of flying in aircraft also belong
to the overall theme of flying. They are
likely to be linked with inflation -- an
elevation of status at work, perhaps, or a
thrilling, but temporary, love affair.
Until the events of 9/11, there was
no separate category for commercial
flying dreams. But once the world had
witnessed the catastrophe of planes flying
into skyscrapers, such dreams became
more frequent. In both the collective and
personal sense, these are mainly to do
Finding dream meanings that ring
true to the dreamer can help release
anxiety, dissipate the kind of strong
emotion that disrupts daily life, solve
daily problems and banish pain.
I find my dreams reveal unsuspected
aspects of companionship, love, sex,
adventure, travel and, above all, freedom.
They remind me of forgotten friends
and acquaintances, appointments and
opportunities, and sometimes present
ingenious solutions to personal, business
and artistic problems. From working with
at least one dream each day I've gained
the inspiration to better express myself.
Now I write fiction -- through the gift of a
timely dream I discovered how to start my
Once we start looking regularly at
our dreams we discover, as well as other
profound things, that their dynamics have
everything to do with everyday actions:
automatic routines, feelings, urges,
The Jewish holy book, The Talmud,
sums it up beautifully: "A dream is an
unopened letter to yourself." There is no
better way to describe the way the healing
in the dream is wrapped in delicious
obscurity. The dream letter comes in an
entirely different language to those we
use to speak and write in our everyday
lives. The language of dreams is a
language of images, just as the hieroglyphs
of the ancient Egyptians was a language
of pictures. Our dream pictures must
be read through metaphor and simile,
allegory and symbol.
This might seem daunting at first, but
it gets easier the more we practise.
Little wonder I carry a passion for
dreams! In the second half of my life,
my search for dream meaning through
exploring dream themes has led me to a
career change, several university degrees
and, best of all, union with my soulmate.
My passion for dreams brought me the
spiritual and emotional satisfaction I'd
previously denied myself.
My passion for dream work continues
to provide me with positive guidance and
a creative life path. Working with dreams
every day helps me retain a sense of
meaning, wholeness, and connection.
Dream work based on the methods of
the person I consider to be its greatest
exponent, Carl Jung, has played an
essential part in my life for over 30 years.
It remains my most valued, reliable and
easily accessible guide to inner spirituality
and personal healing, especially in matters
of relationship and decision making.
Emerging slowly through the long
period of recovery from the debilitating
Ross River virus, I realised that I
understood something powerful about
the nature of healing through dreams.
Fresh knowledge of the way true
meaning is linked with such themes
bolstered my confidence, and this, in
turn, assisted my return to health. My
knowledge of dream themes became a
valuable source of clues in the search for
dream healing and I immediately put it
to use, with my own dreams and those
Now you can do this, too!
Jenny Alber tson (BA Hons MA IAJS) Jungian practitioner,
teacher and group leader over the past 20 years, has lived
and worked in London, New York,
Fremantle and Sydney.
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