Freud's tendency to interpret the actions and inactions of his colleagues in psychoanalytic terms had become well established by the time Jung met him in the year of his fiftieth birthday. Anxiety arose when individuals were confronted with fears of danger within reality Shill, 2004. Gunbuster and Top o Nerae 2! Some terms Jung created was Archetypes, which is naturally born instincts that we may have been presented by our long gone ancestors. Hence, he saw a necessity to analyze these dreams to comprehend the mind of the individual. Many people believed these stages were completely disgusting but when you read into them you find that these stages are somewhat disgusting but also somewhat true. These three principles display the notion that Freud was not only concerned with the interpretation of dreams, but the self-interpretation by the dreamer. The id is your desires and all that appeals to your basest instincts.
At the beginning of his fascination with Freud in 1906, Jung was a thirty-one year old psychiatrist of unusual promise, with a gift for psychological research and a prestigious junior appointment at one of Europe's major centers for treatment of psychotic disorders Kerr, 1993. Indeed, the history of psychoanalysis both as a clinical specialty and as a field of scholarship gives ample evidence of the transferential hold Freud continues to exert on each of us. Freud feared that psychoanalysis would become so associated with Judaism that it would never catch on in mainstream science. His own life incurred a lot of anxieties. You had not yet sought yourselves when you found me. Psychoanalytic Review, 1994, 81, 641-657. New York: International Universities Press.
In order to completely understand the meaning of a dream it is essential to understand the manifest and latent content of the dream and how that content is related in regards to the dreamer. At the beginning of the friendship Freud was well known in the psychiatric and psychological communities as the author of an intriguing book on dreams and a controversial theory about the role of sexuality in neurosis. Jung also developed Analytical Psychology and the terms introvert and extrovert. These personal needs eventually proved deadly to the relationship, as Jung took on increased independence and a distinctive voice of his own and Freud interpreted this growth as Oedipal hostility. Beginner's Guide to Jungian Psychology.
Our unconscious motives often competed with our conscious and create internal conflict which is in neurotic symptoms anxiety and depression. From Freud To Jung: A Comparative Study Of The Psychology Of The Unconscious C. Sadly, these three aspects of personality also conflict resulting in neurotic behaviour. As he had with Fliess a decade earlier, Freud avoided criticizing Jung's treatment of Spielrein even when there was reason to suspect that the therapy had miscarried badly. The matter does not seem to have been explicitly raised again. Original work published in 1980 Krüll, Marianne 1986. Sigmund Freud and Carl Jung are considered the founding fathers of psychoanalytical psychology.
He saw religion as a away of 'tapping into' someone's unconscious side of their psyche. Only in the 1897 letter quoted above and in a November 24, 1912 letter to Ferenczi explaining his several fainting fits in the Park Hotel does Freud mention that such events must stem from an early experience with death. According to Jung, every dream has a positive message and everything can be viewed as paired opposites. The Electra complex is the opposite of this very concept where it addresses the female child harbouring resentment and jealousy of the mother and sexual desire for the father, which results in penis envy. Just as Freud sought to control psychoanalysis like a party leader, so too did Jung maintain an iron grip on what he came to call analytical psychology — indeed, it could be said that Jungian psychology became even more cultish than its Freudian precursor. Social, cultural, religious, and moral restraints are all factors.
Jung Works Cited Not Included Many philosophers, psychiatrists, and doctors have tried to explain the role of the unconscious, mostly through interpreting dreams; two who lead the way in the field of dream interpretation were Sigmund Freud and his most famous pupil, Carl Jung. He used it as a tool for analyzing his patients. Believed that our unconscious mind holds all of our experiences, memories, and repressed materials. For this we recommend that you contact a reliable specialist. Thus do all believers -- Now I bid you lose me and find yourselves; and only when you have all denied me will I return to you. Jung also believed that dreams presented a parallel to the conscious in that it is nearly impossible to think of anything else when dealing with a conflict and searching for a solution and that dreams allow this process to continue automatically McGowan, 1994.
Take care that a falling statue does not strike you dead! Dreams could be better interpreted by understanding the symbolic reference points of universally shared symbols. The dream activity is not just an expression of a wish, but it is also gratification Lear, 2005. Freud and Jung Sigmund Freud was an Austrian neurologist who began and shaped one of the oldest and most powerful areas of psychology: psychoanalysis. Jung on religion Carl Jung compared to Freud see's religion in a much more positive light, he was raised a Christian, but it was during his first Holy Communion when started questioning religion more: 'Slowly I came to understand that this communion had been a fatal experience for me. The dreamer must say what their dream meant and do so by explaining how the dream fits into their lives as a whole and why it matters Lear, 2005. Carl Jung, although taught by Freud, had some different views of dream interpretation and there importance. The three main areas of personality which Jung disagreed with Freud on was the role of sexuality, temporal forces that influence personality and the unconscious.
Psycho-topologies For Freud, the psychic structure has three levels: the preconscious, the conscious, and the unconscious. Sigmund Freud and Carl Jung are the two main psychologists who have theories about dreams. Each complex had an archetype at its center, and it was related to the concept of. Jung created some of the best-known psychological concepts. The complete letters of Sigmund Freud to Wilhelm Fliess, 1887-1904.
In other words, the relationship between the patient and the psychotherapist is collaborative and two-way. He saw it as a storage facility for all hidden sexual desires, resulting in neuroses, or what we would nowadays call mental illness. His faith was fully in the mind's ability to access its unconscious thoughts, thus curing any neuroses. Jung objects to the idea that religion is caused by sexual trauma and he believes that religion is beneficial and religion has a healthy relationship with mental health. Freud seems also both to have anticipated and to some extent to have precipitated the tensions that would undo the friendship and the professional collaboration.
Famous psychological theorists, Sigmund Freud and Carl Rogers, possibly two of the greatest thinkers of our time, both made much advancement in the field of psychology with their theories, clinical evidence, and expertise. This can clearly be seen in his concept of Oedipus complex during the psychosexual stages. He believed that unconscious expressions come out as , slips of speech, and mannerisms. Psychoanalytic Review, 81 4 , 627-640. Original work published in 1976 Rudnytsky, P. Conversely, Jung believed that the human psyche was more multifaceted. In Conclusion In looking at Freud vs Jung, it is important to put the differences between them in the context of their personalities and also in the cultural time period of which they lived and worked.