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Recurring DreamsRecurring Dreams: a Journey to Wholeness
This book is a testament to the physical and spiritual healing that can be achieved by listening to and acting upon the prompting of our own dreams. The book chronicles a series of dreams spanning 35 years, which feature a recurring dream character named Victor Biento. An exercise at the end of each chapter guies the reader to greater understanding of the power of metaphor and other principles of dreamwork. (Crossing Press 1998)

This book is so exciting, and rings so true, that it is hard to set down.  Karen Signell, Ph.D., Jungian Analyst and author of Wisdom of the Heart

Rarely in the literature on dreaming are we privileged to see such a comprehensive series of dreams and insightful commentaries as the one provided by Kathleen Sullivan in this outstanding book.  Alan Siegel, Ph.D., Clinical Psychologist

This well-written book addresses a most important and neglected aspect of dream work. It is a unique and valuable work.  The Rev. Jeremy Taylor, past president of the Association for the Study of Dreams, and author of “Dream Work, Where People Fly and Water Runs Uphil”l, and “Living Labyrinth: Exploring Universal Themes in Myths, Dreams and the Symbolism of Waking Life”.

In this remarkable book, Kathleen Sullivan describes how working with dreams can foster self-healing and personal development. What makes Sullivan’s approach unique is her emphasis on working with series of dreams and recurring dream themes and images. This was the favored technique of Carl Jung, the first major dreamworker to see dreams as a repository of latent wisdom. Hence, Sullivan is in good company, and she invites her readers to join this endeavor.  Stanley Krippner, Ph.D., Co-editor, Dreamscaping; Co-author, Extraordinary Dreams.

This book is so exciting, and rings so true, that it is hard to set down.  Karen Signell, Ph.D., Jungian Analyst and author of Wisdom of the Heart

Rarely in the literature on dreaming are we privileged to see such a comprehensive series of dreams and insightful commentaries as the one provided by Kathleen Sullivan in this outstanding book.  Alan Siegel, Ph.D., Clinical Psychologist

This well-written book addresses a most important and neglected aspect of dream work. It is a unique and valuable work.  The Rev. Jeremy Taylor, past president of the Association for the Study of Dreams, and author of “Dream Work, Where People Fly and Water Runs Uphil”l, and “Living Labyrinth: Exploring Universal Themes in Myths, Dreams and the Symbolism of Waking Life”.

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DreamSymbolsRecurring Dream Symbols: A Map to Healing Your Past
Do you ever wonder why your dreams often contain recurring symbol or themes? Have you been haunted by recurring dreams of being chased, being naked in public or having your teeth fall out? Based on her work with dreamers analyzing their own recurring dream symbols, Kathleen Sullivan explains that working recurrent dreams as a series is the key to unleashing the healing force of these symbols. Fourteen dreamers participate in the study illustrating the process of uncovering the profound meaning within each recurring symbol. These are transformational stories of dreamers engaging their own recurring symbols leading to a new wholeness and deep level of growth and understanding. (Paulist Press  2004) .

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Work in Progress

Kathleen is presently completing a novel.  The working title is Suddenly the Mountain Moves.  It includes factual details about the powerful dreams that have guided Kathleen’s life.

 

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