3. I see two women on the street, mother and daughter, the latter of whom is my patient.
Source.—A female patient who is under treatment has told me what difficulties her mother puts in the way of her continuing the treatment.
4. At the book store of S. and R. I subscribe to a periodical which costs 20 florins annually.
Source.—During the day my wife has reminded me that I still owe her 20 florins of her weekly allowance.
5. I receive a communication, in which I am treated as a member, from the Social Democratic Committee.
Source.—I have received communications simultaneously from the Liberal Committee on Elections and from the president of the Humanitarian Society, of which I am really a member.
6. A man on a steep rock in the middle of the ocean, after the manner of Boecklin.
Source.—Dreyfus on Devil's Island; at the same time news from my relatives in England, &c.
- As mentioned in the first chapter, p. 67, H. Swoboda applies broadly to the psychic activity, the biological intervals of twenty-three and twenty-eight days discovered by W. Fliess, and lays especial emphasis upon the fact that these periods are determinant for the appearance of the dream elements