Dream Momma thinks this is a great dream to demonstrate the Gestalt dream method technique. In the Gestalt technique the dreamer becomes the people and objects in the dream. It’s a very effective method and opens doors to the unconscious other methods can’t. It’s Dream Momma’s last-ditch method.
If the dreamer would consider being the transvestite midget clowns he/she could imagine what they were thinking of by stealing the dreamers underwear. Now let’s face it, it not easy to get into the head of a transvestite midget clown but hey, you gotta try. Why? Because it’s your dream, it’s loaded with provocative imagery, and it’s important; very important. Who else could help you? Other than guidance, not Dream Momma.
Now, if that’s too much of a stretch, try being the underwear. What would the underwear think about being stolen by transvestite midget clowns hiding in shoes (fetish) who couldn’t possibly wear it? But wait! maybe that’s the point. Maybe these little people are your budding sexual desires. The parts of you that want to grow into your underwear (intimacy) and stop clowning around about your complex True Self?
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Velva Lee Heraty is a Jungian depth-psychotherapist from Chicago. She studied dreams for seven years at the C. G. Jung Institute in Evanston, IL and is a member of the Association for the Study of Dreams. As a result of her studies, Velva created a dream-processing method called Subjective Symbol Immersion designed to help dreamers everywhere understand their dreams. She has taught this method both nationally and internationally, most recently in Iceland. Her book, The Dream belongs to the Dreamer, A Hands-on, How-to, Step-by-Step Guide to Understanding Your Dreams is scheduled for publication in 2012. Heraty has a long standing private practice in depth-psychotherapy and was tapped as a resource for the National Nightmare Hotline created as a result of 9/11. She is a member of the Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ), the Association of Women Journalists (AWJ) and a former columnist for Chicago Woman Newspaper. She lives in St. Petersburg.