dream-work

dream-work

(drēm'werk),
In psychoanalysis, the process by which the change from latent to manifest content of a dream is effected.
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Dream-work, the psychotherapists believe, is work toward an understanding that is never fully finished.
The elites at the centre charged with the dream-work exchanged those duties for the more lucrative work of securing rents and acquiring wealth.
Dream-work. This facade consists of a series of deformations produced by dream-work, the set of mental operations that transform the latent content of the dream into manifest content to render its true sexual meaning unrecognizable to the consciousness.
Among the topics are return and repression of a Greek spirit in modernism, an immarginable and interdisciplinary dialogue between Joyce and Giordano Bruno (1548-1600), the name game in Shakespeare and Joyce, Shakespeare and the dream-work in Finnegan's Wake, and Joyce's hand in the first French translation of Ulysses.
Courses are offered there with names such as "Lunch Time Labyrinth," "Dream-Work Evening," "Hero, Lover, Murderer," "Venus, Hag, Wise Woman," "Enneagram: Relationships, Do We Click or Clash ?," "Introduction to Bio-spiritual Focusing," "The Numinous Dream and the Nightmare." Our son brought home a pamphlet published by the FCJ Centre with these courses, which he found in our parish.
The text is, perhaps, an "interpretation of interpretation," a dream-work of the highest order.
Among the lots were sculptures designed by celebrities, artists and brands, including supermodel David Gandy, Cath Kidston, Hello Kitty, Paddington Bear and Dream-Works Animation.
ONE lucky family in Yorkshire could find themselves jet-setting to the city of Barcelona thanks to homebuilder Bellway, which has launched a competition to celebrate its partnership with Twentieth Century Fox and their new Dream-Works film, Home.
and the Academy Award(r)-winning Dream-Works Animations feature film.
The popular show about the green-faced ogre - which is based on the award-winning Dream-Works animated film - will be staged at the Wales Millennium Centre in Cardiff from December 8, 2015 to January 10, 2016.
The former Ugly Betty star was on her way into the Palais des Festivals for this week's world premiere of the Dream-Works animated sequel.
and the Oscar-winning Dream-Works Animations feature film.