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...ud’s theory that dreams are caused by the unconscious. However they both agreed that dreams are told by symbols and hidden meanings that are not directly obvious to the dreamer at first. The article even suggested that the latent content could be the result of both conscious and unconscious feelings and ideas. Either approach to dream processes can be considered when examining one’s dreams, because any scientist would conclude that overall, dreams are played in a very odd manner, but usually contain important meanings and information from the ever-working mind.
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