Sigmund Freud – On Dreams

Sigmund Freud

“What is common in all of these dreams is obvious. They completely satisfy wishes excited during the day which remain unrealized. They are simply undisguisedly realizations of wishes.”

“An idea merely existing in the region of possibility is replaced by a vision of its accomplishment.”

“We have learned that the most intelligible and meaningful dreams are unrealized desires.



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