Dream analysis is one of the tools most often associated with Jungian analysis. In contrast to Freud's notion that the dream is censored, a disguised wish-fulfillment, Jung thought that the dream is a natural product of the psyche. The purpose of the dream is to compensate, balance and complete our one-sided view of ourselves by providing the other side of the story. However, dreams speak in a language of images, so it takes special work to learn to understand this language. Dreams reveal your unlived life, as well as your authentic inner voice.