if someone is delusional about being delusional are the still delusional?
because if they're delusional about that and its false fixed belief would the fact that they're delusional about being delusional make them not delusional? but the fact that they're delusional means they are but they're really not. so they're normal?
this isn't about me this is completely random thought i had. i swear i'm not delusional nor i am delusional about being delusional just think of me looking at a little blue box and pondering it's contents that's all this post is about
and there is no actual box its just an analogy for someone elses brain. who doesn't even exist because the person is completely hypothetical. well maybe they do but i don't know them or if i do i don't that they're like this so therefore as far as i know hypothetical
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Last night I had a dream that I was in Jeff Dahmer's old place with a guy I was dating and this freaky girl who had been an accomplice to Jeff and we were looking at old photos Jeff had taken of his victims. We walked past this one room that had been ravaged and looking inside there were old drawings and clothes and smelled like death, literally. The dream was incredibly vivid and I woke up so nauseous today. If anyone can interpret that for me I would be intrigued to find out what the hell is wrong with my brain.
Originally Posted by Dyslexxie
I usually don't before bed because I'm a pansy, and I definitely haven't thought about/read about/or seen anything involving Dahmer. I watched the Book of Life last night, why can't I dream about that!
I'm a big believer in dream meanings and have read a lot about Jung's theories, just wish I was better at interpreting them.
To put this as simple as possible from Carl Jung: The unconscious takes what it receives from the outer world and uses it as symbols to convey a certain meaning. Almost all the symbols of our dreams we have to interpret ourselves because they're uniquely designed that way. However, reading mythology can help you notice common themes that people from the past shared as symbols and a strong understanding of mythology helps your understand your dreams with much more clarity, however it will take work. And if a dream is too easy to interpret, the dream isn't filled with much meaning. The unconscious is neither good or bad, but more times it will help you than hurt you when getting the answer.
However, prophets in the Bible interpreted accurately the dreams of kings and pharaohs.
I disagree with mythology and with Carl Jung's theory of Si being representative of ancient and universal symbol archetypes that exist in humans' brains across time. It is not a sound theory, in my opinion.
Although I do agree that it helps to answer questions to derive the meaning of your dreams, such as, "What does death smell like?" And things like that. This dream I find very literal and not symbolic much at all, which is unusual for a dream. Usually dreams use picture imagery (as you alluded to) that does not make sense and that is when dream interpretation becomes truly challenging and fun.
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