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By Barbara Low, Ernest Jones

Originally released in 1920, this ebook was once meant as a short define of psychoanalysis for these drawn to the topic, yet with no the time to review the paintings of Freud and his fans first hand.

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Attitude so that the Patient learns to look upon the investigation as not only a personal revelation, but, in addition, a search for further knowledge full of amazing interest and possibilities, then the difficult path may be to some extent smoothed. Difficult it must remain under whatever conditions, and it is weIl that all concerned with this matter, those especially 3° Scope and Significance who desire to know something of it at first hand, should realize that an Analysis involves trouble, patience, sincerity and effort on the part of the Patient or Enquirer no less than on that of the Analyst.

Then Freud remembered " -admitted the third inn and its name, which he had seen and passed repeatedly for seven summers. Why, then, was the inn and its name forgotten JJ? He discovered by SelfAnalysis that this name had a certain resemblance to a Vienna colleague, Frankl-Hochwart by name. The Unconscious in Freud resented the work and existence of this man: the latter was Freud's opponent and a possible danger. " Thus the Unconscious overruled Consciousness, even in the face of a strong, conscious desire to recall the name.

At the same time that same primitive Psyche is perpetually undergoing change and modification from the reactions of Consciousness, so that it will, in course of time, manifest itself in conscious life in a form approaching nearer to the necessities imposed by the more civilized Psyche. As an illustration of this, we see how the dreams of the young child contain in crude, undisguised form the wishes which are unable to emerge into consciousness. For example, he dreams of killing and cutting up or fiendishly torturing the unpleasant nurse or the severe mother who exercises authority over hirn.

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