- Individual work of self-discovery
- Psychological reflection
- Individual awareness
- Human culture
- Exploration of the unconscious
- Symbols and the Interpretation of Dreams
- Analysis of dreams
The Undiscovered Self by C. G. Jung
The Undiscovered Self by C. G. Jung: With Symbols and the Interpretation of Dreams
In 1912, Carl Gustav Jung published The Psychology of Dementia Praecox, a seminal work on schizophrenia.
In his studies with psychotic patients, he discovered their inner life was one that could be understood through meaningful dream interpretation.
In 1914, he wrote Two Essays on Analytical Psychology . With these books, he laid out a framework for understanding dreams that have been adopted by many people interested in dream analysis.
This will include publishing The Structure of Dreams (1952), The Association Method (1954), Dream Analysis: Notes of Seven Lectures (1955), and The Transcendent Function (1916/58). He also wrote Memories, Dreams, Reflections , published posthumously in 1962.