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Reply To: Helpful Books on Dream


Everyone is invited to add to this list of helpful works on dreams, with the idea of creating a crowd-sourced resource for those interested in dream work.

Two more titles to add, both by C.G. Jung.

Psychology and Alchemy (Volume 12 of The Collected Works of C. G. Jung)

In the nearly 200 pages of the second half of this volume (“Individual Dream Symbolism in Relation to Alchemy”), Jung examines a series of dreams reported by an individual who remains nameless throughout (though today we know the dreamer in question was Wolfgang Pauli, who in 1945 received the Nobel Prize in Physics after being nominated by Albert Einstein). Prior to the release of the two Dream Seminars detailed in the initial post above, this work offered the best glimpse of Jung’s approach to dreamwork as he charts how these dreams portray Pauli’s process of individuation over time.

Dreams by C.G. Jung

This work consists of excerpts on dreams from Jung’s voluminious writings (including the selection above from Psychology and Alchemy )