THE SEVEN CHAKRAS:
DREAM PROCESS and
Herbert B. Puryear, Ph.D.
In working with dreams, I encourage
you to make
associations to them in a
anything-goes manner. These associations may
not be specifically related to
symbols in the dream.
Speculations, intuitions and possibilities
reincarnation, precognition and communication
be considered. On the other hand, I
encourage you to
maintain a quiet,
modest, humble and understated
attitude toward your associations to the dream. The only
meaningful interpretation is the constructive application.
Thus, instead of
looking for a "right"
interpretation, we would do well to discover something
constructively applicable growing out of the process
working with dreams.
I often look for
a symbol that will serve as an entry
point into the dream; or I look for a dream that I
already understand, and use it as an entry into a series of
dreams. For example, if an airplane symbolizes
something related to ideals, and if I dream of an airplane,
I have a hypothesis with which
to enter the dream and