Rosenberg's Foolproof Dream Analysis: Dreaming That Heals (90 Minutes) (USB)

Rosenberg's Foolproof Dream Analysis: Dreaming That Heals (90 Minutes) (USB)

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This video seminar focuses on the role dreaming and unconscious brain functioning has on trauma management, trauma storage, dissociation, Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Attachment Trauma, and trauma resolution.  The video provides Ross Rosenberg’s foolproof method of dream analysis. 


  • Resolving/integrating attachment trauma
  • Almost all mammals dream
  • The paradoxical nature of dreaming
  • The whole brain is active during dreams, from the brain stem to the cortex
  • The part of the brain that houses repressed memories attachment trauma
  • 95% of dreams are forgotten by the time we get out of bed
  • We remember dreams that…
  • Dreaming is connected to the evolution of our species
  • Dreams replay old memories and updating them with recent experiences
  • Suppressed, repressed and/or disassociated memories come up
  • Dreams organize or memories
  • Our Windows Defragmenter
  • Dreams declutter and organize the brain
  • Dreams consolidate & integrate experiences into coherent narrative
  • Dreams process difficult, complicated, unsettling thoughts, emotions, and experiences
  • Our best analytical engine
  • Helps us arrive at important decisions
  • Our personal judge / decision maker
  • Creates solutions to problems
  • Reconsideration of past judgments and actions
  • Nightmares are correlated to mental health challenges
  • “Psychotherapy” in our sleep
  • Dreams Allow You to Practice  or rehearse a skill
  • Dreams impact our creative and inventive process
  •  Dreams help us solve problems
  • Unedited version of our emotions
  • Dreams represent the sum total of our emotional experience
  • Teaches us lessons – if we are open and ready for them
  • Solves problems – if we are motivated to solve them
  • Integral for trauma resolution
  • Integral for SLDD recovery
  • Dream interpretation history
  • Dreams should never be taken as concrete indicators or anything
  • Explanation of PTSD, and why the trauma isn’t remembered
  • Paradoxical survival instinct
  • The amygdala stores the trauma memories
  • Dreaming is a delivery system of trauma memories wanting to be integrated
  • Trauma paradox – have to be healthy enough for the leaks to occur
  • In SLDD’s recovery - repressed memories leak through via dreams
  • Suppressed and repressed content wanting to move forward
  • Dreams can be organized by general themes
  • Organized by historical themes
  • Organized by level of unconscious and conscious feeling content
  • Autopsy of a dream with repressed material
  • Rosenberg Dream Analysis Technique