The citation above is incorrect.
The quotation appears on Page 208 of the “Dream Analysis Seminar” and not the Visions Seminar.
A dream never says what one ought to do.
Nature never suggests.
You must know the details of the conscious condition in order to interpret a dream, for the dream is made up of all we don’t live or become conscious of.
In my conscious I might go too far to the right.
When you lean too far over on one side, there will be a compensation in the unconscious.
The unconscious is like a compass, it doesn’t tell you what to do.
Unless you can read the compass it cannot help you. ~Carl Jung, Dream Analysis Seminar, Page 208