Curing Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Through Dream Therapy

healthy-heart-e1395869781212I will give you an example to show you that even a difficult case can be easily cured when the dreamer is religious.

I cannot tell you various important details about the dreamer’s life, but I can tell you that she suffers from post-traumatic stress disorder, and I can also show you a part of what is happening in her daily life without exposing the dreamer.

You will understand why the dreamer’s religiosity helped her. I will show you the beginning of one of the first dreams she had submitted for translation:

‘I am part of a very long line of people, I am with my father, my father is behind me. Suddenly, I do not see my father anymore, I notice that I am behind a co-worker, both, he and I are wearing a yellow sweater.’

Dream translation:

‘I am part of a very long line of people, I am with my father, my father is behind me.’

You represent your ego in dreams.

These people are parts of your personality.

This line is formed by the various parts of your personality that are waiting their turn to control your behavior.

Your father represents your one-sided human conscience based on only one psychological function well developed and another one half-developed, from the four psychological functions you have at your disposal: thoughts, feelings, sensations, and intuition.

The fact that your one-sided conscience is behind your ego in this line means that your conscience is waiting its turn to control your behavior after your ego, and after all the other parts of your personality that are in front of you.

‘Suddenly, I do not see my father anymore, I notice that I am behind a co-worker,’

Your one-sided conscience stopped waiting its turn to control your behavior because it saw that you would do what it wanted, when it saw the coworker in front of you.

This coworker represents a mature part of your personality. Your ego is behind him because this part of your personality will manage to control your behavior before your ego.

‘both, he and I are wearing a yellow sweater,’

The sweater represents a protection, and also your social image – the image you show to the world about who you are. You show to the world that you are protected and this part of your personality does the same.

The yellow color represents the truth.

Your ego and this part of your personality are showing to the world that you are saying the truth, but the color of an object is only an impression, it can be a false image.

You seem to be sincere, and you seem to show the truth about who you are to the world. You are protected by your sincere social image.

However, your ego must control your behavior, and not the other parts of your personality that are waiting in line.

Let me relate this dream to the previous day:

‘About what happened the day before, I do not remember, the last 3 weeks have been difficult at work, dealing with my boss and co-workers is hard. There is a war of egos. The medication I was taking for panic attacks was affecting my cognition so I decided to stop taking it, as a result of the abstinence syndrome I had difficulties doing some math calculations and that led people start making fun of me in my face. It’s been a nightmare but God has helped me to get rid of unnecessary egoistic desires that would make things worst.’

You have to be patient with your colleagues. You also have to keep translating your dreams so that you may get rid of your panic attacks.

The medication you were taking was not helping you and its side effects were causing more problems. Panic attacks must be eliminated through psychotherapy.

The meaning of dreams is symbolic. Your coworkers represent parts of your personality. This dream is about your behavior, and not about the workplace.

I’m using her example not to give you lessons of dream translation, but to show you that the dreamers who have a positive attitude and believe in God make progress fast, independently of the severity of their mental illness.

This dreamer was one of my best patients. She already finished her treatment. She also learned the dream language, and today she translates her dreams herself.

Sometimes she submits a dream for translation when she has an intriguing dream or when she must deal with a challenging situation because she wants to be sure that the translation is correct, but she was basically cured.

If you knew her life biography and the problems she had to deal with during her childhood, you wouldn’t believe that someone who had such experiences in life could be a logical person.

Other patients have traumatic experiences that are not as serious as the traumatic experiences this dreamer had, but their conscience is so weak that they acquire a severe mental illness like bipolar disorder or multiple personality disorder, which is many times worse than PTSD.

You should be religious and respect the lessons you had because religion is medicine.

If you don’t believe in God, today you have scientific proof of His existence because the dream language was clarified thanks to my simplifications, and you can verify that God works like a therapist for you.
God surely exists, since He works hard all the time. He gives you important information, and He answers your questions in dreams. Today you can understand His words in the dream images, and verify that these words are meaningful and wise.

Therefore, wanting or not you have to believe in God’s existence. This is a fact.

You will be intelligent if you will respect your religion. Your religiosity will help you follow dream therapy faster, and you will have positive results in a short period of time.

Christina Sponias continued Carl Jung’s research into the human psyche, discovering the cure for all mental illnesses, and simplifying the scientific method of dream interpretation that teaches you how to exactly translate the meaning of your dreams, so that you can find health, wisdom and happiness.
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