What do you mean a dream: "I want to take the exam"
Cimvolicheskoe value test - to check compliance with some requirements. In modern culture examinations and control have taken the place of initiation - the tests are passed, the teenager once allowed in the adult world, says therapist Ekaterina Mihailova.
The dream of Anastasia, 20 years
"I was dreaming that I was in school and I need to take an exam or important work, but I'm not ready, and time is literally an hour. This dream is repeated very often. "
"Anastasia, with the help of your unconscious sleep hard you said something, but then you remember that you have finished school, and wake up. The story remains unfinished, every time you do not get to perform most tasks, but very worried that not enough time for him. Itself the task is not very important, important, not the object, not the teacher, not the scale of the event, and only his approach. In modern culture examinations and control have taken the place of initiation - test, passing a teenager who once allowed in the adult world. The symbolic significance of the exam - to check compliance with some requirements. Training, readiness, ready or not? Your question is interesting to see in this perspective: a dream insistently reminds us that you do not have enough time to prepare for some kind of test, though it is more important than the content of inevitability. Waking up, you come back to reality, where similar circumstances anymore. And you should not worry, the school finished. I would think about what you have not received a call once or on a test refused, so as not to worry. And maybe, deep down, you realize that the choice made by you, is not only the benefits. " Ekaterina Mikhailova - Ph.D., Senior Fellow at the Institute of group and family psychotherapy, certified psychodramatist and Gestalt psychotherapist, a member of the International Association of Group Psychotherapy and Group Processes (IAGP), author of "I'm at home alone, or spindle Vasilisa" (Class of 2014 ) and "to invisible psychologist" (class of 2015).