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  1. From the point of view of psychoanalysis, absolutely everyone sees dreams. But because of such a mechanism as Repression(it is believed that a person does not forget anything, but pushes it into the unconscious), some “do not remember” their dreams, believing that they did not exist.

    Since there is a kind of censorship in dreams and often dreams of things that in everyday life we are, for example, ashamed, shy, refute, etc., accordingly, our defense mechanisms send this, so to speak, dream content directly into the “boiling cauldron of passions” of the unconscious until it results in a certain symptom in the conscious state of a person.

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