“Dreams are specific expressions of the unconscous which have a definite, purposeful structure indicating an underlying idea or intention. The general function of dreams is to restore one’s total psychic equlilibrium. They tend to play a complementary or compensatory role in our psychic makeup”
Dr. Carl Jung
Photo: Dmitri Kessels
“Dreams are but lies, says an old maxim; but when our last hour is at hand, and but a few brief minutes are left to what was I, pale lights that are fast growing dim, who can tell by what mark to distinguish you, O memories of the actual life, from you, O mirages from the dream life.” –
Painting is Sadko, 1876 by Ilja Repin
LA CHIMARE ~ ODILON REDON
“All the things one has forgotten scream for help in dreams.”
Elias Canetti ( Bulgarian: Елиас Канети; 25 July 1905–14 August 1994) was a Bulgarian-born novelist and non-fiction writer of Sephardi-Jewish ancestry who wrote in German. He won the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1981.