Theory Of A Dream , Theory Of Why We Dream

Theory Of A Dream            Although many in the field disregard work furnished by the renowned psychiatrist, Sigmund Freud; the man still remains an important name to reckon with in the domain of dream interpretation. Freud elevated dreams to a very high pedestal by addressing them as a medium to gain insight to one’s subconscious mind. This able man segregated the human consciousness into the three realms of ego, the superego and the id. More...

Sigmund Freud Theories

Sigmund Freud Theories

As per the famous Austrian neurologist Sigmund Freud, every human being has a conscious and subconscious state of mind. It is the unconscious state that is the storehouse of an individual’s hidden desires and moments of emotional hurt, that are concealed from the conscious mind. More...

 

 

 

Unconscious Effects On Behavior

Unconscious Effects On Behavior

The most wonderful gift given to us by the Almighty is our subconscious mind. It is this part of our mind that dictates our destiny. The conscious mind is one that controls our thoughts, speech and actions. On the other hand, the unconscious mind controls our feelings and emotions. Our quality of life is dependent on how we manage our subconscious mind. More...

 

 

 

What Is The Ego ?

What Is The Ego ?

Ego has originated from the Latin vocabulary. It actually means ‘the self’. It has been defined as ‘sense of the self ‘in the American Heritage Dictionary. Ego is that component of our mind that remains in contact simultaneously with the inner and the outer consciousness. More...

 

Example Of Freud Superego

Example Of Freud Superego

The superego is one element of the human personality model as illustrated by Sigmund Freud. It is part of the human unconscious mind and can be regarded as our moral guide or inner critic. Although this element of our personality does not have any physical structure, every time we attempt doing something immoral, the inner voice that checks us is the superego. More...