Dreaming gives us clear proof of the existence of the unconscious. Our inner psychological life and its dramas manifested in the dreamscape are richly portrayed in the dream’s symbolic elaborations. In the course of depth psychotherapy, the analysis of a dream gives meaningful enrichment that may be missing in the dreamer’s conscious standpoint. Dreams when understood in the setting of a client’s current struggles offer valuable meaning. The dream can clarify not only the causes of one’s distress, but more importantly the purpose and intent of the symptoms being expressed. Serving as a creative guide, the dream supports the psyche’s intent and drive towards wholeness. The very process of telling one’s dreams to the therapist opens the multiple layers of meaning contained in the dream. Mutual reflections by client and therapist complete the work of amplification of the dream. It is the conscious mind engaging directly with the unconscious themes of the dream’s content.