Dream interpretation in Islam is a spiritual way of divining the future and submitting oneself to the personal unconscious
and the will of Allah.
The first of the two layers was the personal unconscious
collective contents, not the personal unconscious
or shadow which does belong to the ego) it is in danger of destruction, like an overloaded vessel which sinks under the strain (Fordham, 1953).
conscious, personal unconscious
, and collective unconscious.
Freud's idea of a personal unconscious
, and of a distinctively individual constellation of sexual wishes that first take shape in relation to one's parents, resonated with still broader currents.
However, although Jung says that the shadow belongs to the personal unconscious
, it can also be experienced as a collective image, and is therefore archetypal.
The personal unconscious
is manifested in the biblical personalities, authors, and readers when repressed material becomes defensively transformed, such as through denial or sublimation.
But we don't find any personal unconscious
there, but rather pop-culture afterimages--the flotsam and jetsam of a collective media identity.
Not unlike Jung's concept of the personal unconscious
, inclusive of the personal as well as the deeper transpersonal psychological structures of the collective (tribal) unconscious (1931/1960), the nagi encompasses the personal conscious and unconscious.
Rather than the polarity of a conscious/unconscious life, however, the multilevels of dreaming/waking in the text enact a drama of consciousness akin to Jung's process of individuation in which the individual, having unlocked the personal unconscious
to reintegrate the self, becomes aware of how that self is connected to all other selves in a much larger collective consciousness.
This personal second nature reaches an even finer degree of differentiation: the structured unconscious becomes a distinctive personal unconscious
, a dynamic pattern of attitudes, habits, internalized values, and modes of thinking by which each person relates to the world of things and people, observes and judges the world, and expresses himself to himself and to his surroundings.
In Jung's psychology, there exists the collective unconscious, personal unconscious
, collective conscious and personal conscious.