This article considers the use and the meaning of dreams in a psychoanalytic group experience. The interpretive framework of group dynamics proposed by René Kaës and the non-personal reading of dreams developed by Carl Gustav Jung and Silvia Montefoschi are the references used by the author to understand the meaning and the possibilities afforded by the use of dreams in a group context. The thesis is that the collective reading of the unconscious dream experience of participants facilitates the creation of a "Group-Self" as an organizing center of shared group experience. Group-Self remains as a creative possibility in the individual psyche even after the end of the group experience. The author examines different dreams elaborated by groups that support this hypothesis.
Keywords: Group, dream, Self, collective unconscious, intersubjectivity, Jung