Since ancient times, humanity has always been puzzled by the mystery of dreams, and their meanings. If one learns how to interpret their dreams, they can be valuable sources of guidance and inspiration.  Not only are dreams a portal to our psychological state, but they can also be a tool that we can utilize towards our spiritual growth. 

Listen to this episode to find out how Carl Jung- the famous psychiatrist and psychoanalyst- viewed dreams. And learn more about the possibilities and ways to find the meaning behind your dreams. 

An episode that calls for the exploration of various ways that the higher Self uses to contact and guide us.

About the Guest:

Marcus West is a Jungian analyst and a psychotherapist who has been working in the field of mental wellbeing for over 35 years. He has recently completed his term of office as Co-Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Analytical Psychology, which is one of the foremost international Jungian Journals.

Marcus has taught and lectured widely, focusing particularly on topics such as alchemy, spiritual experience, dreams, narcissism and early relational trauma. He has published a number of papers, and three books – on identity, narcissism, and dreams. His most recent book, entitled Into the ‘Darkest Places’, is on early relational trauma. He currently works in private practice in the south coast of UK and online.