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"kelly sullivan" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

02:36 min | 7 months ago

"kelly sullivan" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Northwest. Kelly Sullivan works of Jefferson's coffee at the corner of Jefferson and 10th Street. I've talked to my boss, He's still things they're going to be open, but I don't think so. All we can do really is put sandbags in front of the door. Otherwise that meanwhile, the city is telling people not to drive between 5 p.m. Tuesday and 5 a.m. Wednesday not to park their cars in low lying areas. Roger Star in 10 10 wins in Hoboken. President Trump is now taking aim at another one of his top health officials over the weekend. Top White House aides called it quote deeply irresponsible for Speaker Pelosi to attack White House Corona Virus Task force coordinator Dr Deborah Burkes today President Trump is doing just that, for the first time publicly blasting her. The president tweeted that, Pelosi said quote horrible things about Dr Bergson went after her because she was too positive on the job the U. S is doing and responding to the Corona virus pandemic, Pelosi said she did not have confidence in Dr Burkes or Trump's administration. The president did not say what he was specifically referring to, but tweeted quote in order to counter Nancy Debra took debate and hit us. Presumably, Trump is referencing Burke's warning of a new phase of Corona virus and distance learning for schools in Cove in 19 hot spots. This comes after multiple White House aides have praised her in recent weeks. That's corresponded Catherine Folders along Island Boy is being treated for multiple serious injuries after a scooter accident yesterday. 11 year old was on Eastgate Road in Massapequa when cops say he was struck by a pickup truck. The female driver fled the scene Winds news time, 1 26 and now. Bloomberg MoneyWatch on 10 10 wins. Here's ELISA Paretti. Investors got some upbeat economic news to kick off the new month on Wall Street Manufacturing continues to bounce back. The Institute for Supply Management reports. It's reading on the sector improved for a second straight month. Apple shares are sharply higher, helping to propel the NASDAQ into record territory. And Microsoft is also a big gainer after confirming it is in talks to buy Tic Tac's U. S operations, plus those in Canada, Australia and New Zealand. You've seen Hudson News and Hudson book sellers in airports and other transportation terminals. Well as you might imagine, they have been struggling with the decline in travel during this corona virus pandemic. But now the company says it has re opened more than 200 of its 1000 or so stores in a phased approach, But it warns that customer traffic remains low. Bloomberg MoneyWatch at 26 56 past every hour. I'm ELISA Parentally.

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"kelly sullivan" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

02:49 min | 7 months ago

"kelly sullivan" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Northwest. Kelly Sullivan works of Jefferson's coffee at the corner of Jefferson and 10th Street. I've talked to my boss, He's still things they're going to be open, but I don't think so. All we can do really is put sandbags in front of the door. Otherwise that meanwhile, the city is telling people not to drive between 5 p.m. Tuesday and 5 a.m. Wednesday and not to park their cars in low lying areas. Roger Star in 10 10 wins in Hoboken. Bad crash on the Palisades Parkway on Saturday night cost a de Marist woman a leg but Parkway police say it could've been worse. Passing NYPD captain and a security guard managed to free the 52 year old driver and a 29 year old passenger from the vehicle, which had rolled on the parkway between exits one and two. Even though the driver's leg was severed in the crash Parkway, police officers saved her life of lying a tourniquet to stem the bleeding. Both victims were taken. The Hackensack University Medical Center Long Island boy is being treated for multiple serious injuries after a scooter accident yesterday afternoon, the 11 year old was on Eastgate Road in Massapequa when cops say he was struck. By a pickup truck. A female driver fled the scene. Anyone with information is asked to call Nassau County Crime Stoppers the number 800 to 4 for tips. 244 t I. P s skies are mostly sunny. It's 83 degrees. We're heading up to 90 wins News time, 11 26 and how Bloomberg MoneyWatch on 10 10 wins. Here's Andrew O'Day. Jump for Wall Street on the New months. First training Day Tao gaining 242. NASDAQ Up 1 45 S and P 500 gaming. 25 positive economic data counter pessimism over a resurgence of covert 19 cases. And after the White House has said to consider acting on its own to boost unemployment benefits. U. S manufacturing expanded last month at the fastest pace since March of last year, as more factories boosted production in the face of firmer orders and lean inventories. Institute for Supply Management says its manufacture engage Increased 54.2 last month. Any reading about 50 indicates expansion. Google wants to get more into your home. It's agreed to pay $450 million for almost 7% stake in security firm Aditi as part of a partnership to create new Smart Home security products. Part of the deal. He will integrate Google's hardware and services into its own products. Talking, Aditi is jumping Get this. 72%. Bloomberg money watching. 26 56 past every hour. Amanda Rhodey 10. 10 wins wins News Time. 11 27 Thie.

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"kelly sullivan" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

09:37 min | 10 months ago

"kelly sullivan" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Two hundred we have an incredible dream expert with us tonight and she's also a certified hypnotherapist and a best selling author she's only spoken all across the country but she's in spoken all across the world about her research and her books and everything that she's discovered so we're really lucky to have her here tonight Kelly Sullivan Walden hi Kelly how are you wait how Eugene also so excited to have you here this is like and I think that's such a fascinating topic it is it well it's always a fascinating topic dream but specially now that the whole world is kind of on the same page were all I think we're all dreaming about the corona virus and how we're coping with it that's a non a non that we've never seen before actually fascinating K. China big bright light on what's going on in our dreams well this is your life's work it's been an incredible mission that you've had and it's really because you want to help people absolutely I want people to get excited about during the meet it's one of those things where you don't have to pay attention to them in order to benefit from them however when we do pay attention to during the benefit even more exponentially in some cases from the wisdom of our dreams so it's just you needed to take them for granted but right now we're kind of a captive audience my word while a lot of that not first responders they're not really having any kind of pay attention during the compound but for those of us who are in quarantine now's a good time to get that relationship with your conscious mind and and start to understand what contact with them is trying to impart how did you find yourself in this line of work and research eighty eight very strange I mean not something I ever actually thought I would do for a living but I have my background is when I was a little kid I shared a bedroom with my younger sister Shannon and we had canned the green one are we end up in each other's dreams and optimally dreamscape so I think I develop them at beyond the normal fascination with dreams more than the other kids that didn't have a sibling to share in return well and then I just I kind of forgot that about about them in my twenties white I'm just kind of get that really focused on the outer world but then I started to have some dreams that were pretty big nightmares that signals about some of the healing but I needed to go south and I had a therapist back in my twenties state because I was dealing with such chronic mentorship and a nightmare is an unfinished dream to view the dreamer to finish the dream and I thought what if I can't go back to sleep and finish the drinks that fell in the waking state based clinical research that shows you can finish the dreaming in the non modulation image that dream of working state and it changes your mind changing the phone after the changes the way do you construct your thoughts on a custom level so I started doing that for myself and it had a profound effect on my healing going from feelings of so depressed and really not very functional to feeling really good about myself and confident and ready and willing to share with other people and that twenty five years without an old Britain about seven books on the subject three oracle blockchain what I'm expected because it's been so profound for me and I stay in it changed so many people's lives by I'm really excited especially right now not that I'm excited about the corona virus not at all for the next there's always blocking that come in disguise when something awful happens and and we would be foolish to not at least look for that Watson can take something from Metallica crisis is a horrible thing to wait so let's not waste opportunity to really become acquainted with our team and let them give us the wisdom that they really want to show off wow so this line of work really turned your life around so what does does why are so many people having vivid coronavirus dreams during this pandemic I dream can become more visible in relationship to intensity and alive so we're moving on normal kind of no big deal everything's peachy keen eye games will probably be pretty ordinary and every dream specializing I don't think they're going to throw a drink but if you look at your dream during times of stress they tend to be more than that everyone named David and more emotionally gripping they tend to be more easy to remember it's almost like they're there that's why I'm part about trying to get our attention by and it does that by turning up the volume on the color on it kind of the jagged edges of the things that are chasing that so that would be more apt to remember and many of us aren't having to drive and commute to work they were able to finish our cycle without having to bring them to the same stringent kind of alarms but we have a little bit more luxury project to get those big dreams at least the ones that come at the very end of our account wow so you're saying on the strange dreams are normal there there's no you say that there's no it's strange not to have a strange dream that's what you say easy yes exactly and and so I I really think even people showed that either can't possibly be any value to the dream act so you know boring and again I will find gold in most ordinary dream died actually but there are there are big dreams that are expected people are having right now I mean and I there's so many examples I can give I've had one big one of my own really hold while I'm I'm a people person I am a hundred how do I wake up so this is for you really hard yeah I'm an extrovert well I've had a lot of dreams I mean one group that they're pretty funny actually might be even though it wasn't funny at all I was being chased by a cuddle party jamat literally keeping me down the street can you give me a call at that number Kelly well no so what did that how did you translate that dream then well it got my attention it looks like I I think of the dreaming mind that that the American Asian code all our conscious mind the twelve percent of our mind Hallaton logic in our reasoning and our sub conscious dreaming mine is eighty eight percent of our mind power wow the light so when I have a dream it's my conscious mind communicating a message to me and I believe it will help me Kelly we have to listen like you've got to not do business as usual right now it would be my tendency in normal life today grew and I'm just gonna hug everybody but my dreams are saying no no no no it's not just your preference honey you could hurt other people but like so no my dreams are trying to get me to course correct something that wouldn't be easy for me to get my sub conscious mind trying to get my attention and then I even had a follow up your name that I was in the nativity like upgrade for an activity at Christmas and I had to play I would cast the role of the innkeeper that had to turn away Mary and Joseph that that they know you can't come what is the dream and of course I I would imagine that that's because you feel like you can't be with you can't socialize he can't be with the people you want to be where he is I had to turn away the Christ child born in but here's the cool thing in the dream to give me a break the dreams are not meant to torture us they're not just trying to character R. as the motion only but they're trying to give a solution in that dream when I when I when I took it all the way in order to play my part as the innkeeper while I had to tell myself in the dream anyone that comes to the door no matter who it is they're all will be a part of my heart so the true essence of them ending I don't have to look at the vehicle being in right now so it was so I was able to come to a solution in my dream that I never would have been smart enough to come chill in my waking life that you could actually give me some peace being able to not see all the people that I love right now well this is this is happening prevalent this is fascinating stuff fascinating info twelve percent of our brain is harness just by waking logic but eighty eight percent of our brain power is harnessed in the sub conscious when we're dreaming our dream expert Kelly Sullivan Walden is gonna be deciphering your dreams finding meaning in your dreams and hopefully telling you what that you're missing out on so all that coming up three one two nine eight one seventy two hundred if.

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"kelly sullivan" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

10:09 min | 1 year ago

"kelly sullivan" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

"I'm so that's one way that people can check out kind of what my how I work. if people want to get a free dream interpretation from me and and maybe you have a more specific interaction with me they can call it on my radio show. I have a a show every every Wednesday from nine to ten. Am Pacific Time and it's on unity online radio so people call in all the time and shared with me and then they sometimes will book Lucas session later. I don't do a quote unquote discovery session I used to I don't do that anymore. IF PEOPLE WANNA book with make and go to my website just book session. I have a few slots available every week. Not It's not full-time thing anymore. I'm doing a lot of other things and writing and workshops but I do live events in your. You're obviously you're an author. A Nice Guy Community loves sex and RELATIONSHIP DREAM DICTIONARY. You definitely want to get a hold of that. You've you some of the chicken soup for the soul yeah program also which is all tra- ultra cool to be associated with has done to books with them dreams and premonitions and dreams and the unexplainable and I'm so proud of those and I remember longtime ago somebody said when I was when I was launching first book I pray that one day your book will end up in target or Walmart and I thought that that was an insult but then they said no no that means. It's really successful that means it's gone mainstream and those books are all in Walmart and target yeah. That's that's a good thing that definitely is a good thing so as you as you started this this dream analysis and this hypnotherapy the obvious that you started to really micro niche into into the dream category and he's doing these live events. I understand you have come one coming up. That's in that's in Mexico also also yes. I feel like because I know that the like to learn oftentimes like to learn in in good retreat environments so yes. There's some so teotihuacan Mexico for those who are familiar with Don Miguel Ruiz's he wrote the book the four agreements he kinda put Teotihuacan on the map and and territory con means were men become God and doesn't mean it's not like the blasphemous kind of this means waking up to your divine nature waking up and dropping the shackles of limitation and stepping truly into your power and there's Don Miguel kind of put this on the map and then he trained rain some apprentices and and I'm one of them I'm kind of in that lineage and I have been this'll probably be my tenth journey that I've taken people to and I've been there multiple times before that as a as a student we have a book called Dreaming Heaven that has that really lays out what we do in Teotihuacan but basically I tell people that it's kind of like twenty years of therapy in a week and will in five days you have breakthrough after breakthrough do and it's it's a powerful environment we explore the pyramids and we do have our own modern version of ancient rituals roles that were about coming into your power and saying goodbye to the limitations in an honorable way you give them a proper burial and I mean in burial literally. There's like a burial ground that we do some really we do some awesome shadow work and we end up on the pyramid airman the sun which is symbolic of coming into the year you become this is great for men when you become one with the son like one with does not just the sun you are to your parents but you become one with the sun you literally people shine and we have a lot of men more men that they're coming. We probably have just as many men that are signed up as women this time and it's so powerful deep and there's there's time that you get on on your own but there's a lot of time in spending groups the relationships deepen. Everyone leaves shining like walking like you. You're you're ten feet tall all right so let's talk for just a quick moment about many in our audience that might relate to the entrepreneur. Western world olden non. Wu Thinking there aren't many in our community also that relates for Eastern and more woo sides talk. I heard a lot of Wu and what you said. Take the people that aren't we were there. He'll thank you okay we have there's a there's a group of men the from a pretty prestigious this company that came to the retreat last year that we're not woo at all and they loved it. They got it in there this year profitability ability wise and on every measure of success wise they're coming back. Is they want more of that because their bottom line showed up their results that were in the waking world because really. I mean as a hypnotherapist and this might be this is still probably a bit woo. I feel like my job is a hypnotherapist therapist and even a dream worker is to help people get out of their own way. and I can see it's easier for someone else to see your blind spots than it is for anybody anybody. I mean even myself. It's easier for somebody else to see what's in my blindspot. What's keeping me in my own way so when you when you do something like this. It's an accelerated intensive the shadow the thing that was keeping you limited like I I can only make X. amount of money a year and that's all I'm capable of because as my dad so my dad taught me. I don't WanNa go against him. There's these unconscious beliefs that were carrying that are really shackles and you let them go and it's like the circus elephant that that is chained in at first and then you no longer need. The Cheney's still stays in that that area. You don't even know that you're that you're kind and you have invisible chains so I don't know I. I don't know if it's if I'm if I'm getting anew here but I know that there's bottom line results with just the fact that when you get to know what your tapes are that are going off over and over and over again put yourself in an environment where you're open to interpretation interpretation from a number number of different sources whether it's eastern or Western. You're always going to pull from that a positive experience if you if you open and allow the positivity in the positive is it experienced to come in if you approach this as I'm not going to pardon the expression. I'm not going to any of that that that Wou- crap right now if that's if that's your attitude you will get out of it exactly what you what you think you know you're. You're always going to find what you're looking for right. I would say think in terms of Indiana Jones and being on a quest that is going for your finding this hidden relic. You're finding the the sacred elixir the holy grail and it's not just for you. It's for your family. It's for your community. It's for your business as you become like truly have this. This hero's journey experience it. You become a better provider you you. You do it not just for you. In in a way you get the benefit for sure but it's for the people that you serve and I know the men that are listening to your podcasts are noble men that aren't just in it to win it for themselves but I I know that they really want to be as impactful as possible in their communities and this is one way this is one way to do it. I'm a little more quickly so a couple of things before we wrap on the interview and by the way Nice Guy Community. If you want to get a hold of any of the information that we're talking about on today's interview with Kelly Sullivan Walden make sure you head over to her website will put a link in the show notes. It's simply Kelly Sullivan Walden Dot com but will put a link in the show non-story about the spelling or any of that right now so a couple things one one. Can we change what we dream thereby changing what is our in our future and then I wanna get into a little personal stuff after that but how do Louis Patu we change what is in our dreams. Okay well there is I mean I would say the most. The most apparent answer to that is to learn how to become a lucid dreamer humor and one of the best ways to become a lucid dreamer is to become a lucid liver somebody who lives an awake way but meditation nation is a great way to practice that and I I'm not a lucid dream expert. I have lucid dream that I can help people with that a bit but that's one that's there's a Stephen La- bears and Robert Wagner that are experts and Lucid Jamie. That's one way but here's the thing that I teach to people who are not lucid dreamers and who are frustrated because they can't be. There's a there's a sneaky shortcut and get around to how you can change your dream without having to you become lucid so by sitting on the edge of your seat. Yes okay so like I said before. Your dream isn't over just because you woke up. If if you wake up with a dream that you wish ended differently like let's say it was a nightmare you woke up scared your heart palpitation in your waking state while you're still remembering remembering the dream you can imagine that you're back in the dream but this time your lucid even though you're awake so you're so so it's used sitting on the edge of your bed. You're aware that you're awake but this dream and you can still see the images imagine that you're back in it. You don't have to fall back asleep to get back in you. Just imagine in your waking state that you are back in it and this time you have a superpower or you bring on the people that have the superpowers that that you know have your back and this time you change the dream so that you end up victorious and in some way shape or form or you find the thing or you get the girl or you slay the dragon or you come out of or you whatever it is that you felt unfinished business within the dream. Imagine that you finish it but that you don't just finish the dream the.

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"kelly sullivan" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

15:49 min | 1 year ago

"kelly sullivan" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

"Dream therapy has been featured on national talk shows including Dr Oz and Ricky Lake. She's also a bestselling author and she rocks the House and end the dream world as well as described by some as the lovechild between Carl young and Lucille Ball. You know this is going to be a fun interview okay. No he walked the Nice Guy. He's so much doug. What a pleasure to be with you and your Nice Guy Community. I feel like I can breathe. I can relax. I'm not like like UNEDU- like oh be no edge now. Why would you ever it soon as I connected with you. It's like you were. You're already in the spot where you were alterra comfortable. I mean who that examines dreams for. A living doesn't doesn't get to be a little bit like feeling good feeling quiet filling in a good place. It's too I I. I do often feel that way but I know I was recently on a podcast. That was risky for me. It was guys podcast. It was the Logan Paul. I don't know if you're familiar with with him but I was so nervous because I felt like I was in the locker room with the guys and Oh my God. How are they going to be. Are they going to be scary or are they. GonNa be mean they get but so there is a little a little of the junior high girl left in me that still you know probably has a little guard up okay so we have this other podcasts called guys factory podcast. WanNa come on that one okay. I did a Jordan Paul by the way they were there like I don't know if you know who they are but they're like young. Howard Stern's Oh they were so respectful and they were awesome and I was blown away so I'm constantly aware that when I have a a little bit of a preconceived notion how often I'm I I'm wrong. I mean I like the guys are way better than I thought and I think I got the more I come into. Dream helps become into more and more of a soft place in myself. I noticed that not just women but men respond bond in-kind no pun intended lose definitely am a kindness factor that does is invited. I think the more kindness I feel toward Lord myself and because of the healing that's happened because of my dreams will. Let's talk dreams. Are you open to talking about dreams for just a moment. I Sir am absolutely that's. That's why you're here so that's Kinda. Why I'm here all right. So how do you even get into the world of dreams to begin with. I mean how you how'd you get into. It like is inadequate. Start to to explain it. But how did you even start to think about dreams as a way to determine where somebody is in life or where they're going or what they're thinking. I I was aware that dreams were powerful. As a young girl my younger sister and I paid attention to dreams and it was something that we talked about probably almost every day and it brought us closer we became psychically in tuned in and to me that was just something that was a personal experience variance that I had and it wasn't until later in school junior high school than high school then college that I I was hearing other people's dreams and realizing oh I was my my sister and I were in a phenomenon the there's something to our dreams and I kind of was a natural dear abby type where people would tell me their problems and tell me their dreams and I am. I think I got that from my mom and I just always felt honored in that in that role but then I went off to Hollywood and I was an actress for a awhile throughout my twenty s and and kind of left my own dreams my internal dreams behind in order to pursue my outer dreams and there was this pay off that was it was it was really painful. I came screeching to a halt slamming against a wall 'cause I. I didn't really value at that time what was going on inside me. and it was bad. I mean I became suicidal. At one point. It was just ahead so many metoo moments. I didn't meet Harvey Weinstein Gene but there was so many Harvey Weinstein's in my world and it was awful and but then I got back into therapy I got into therapy and my dream started to come back back and my dreams came back in the form of nightmares because I think in some way our nightmares are letting us know that we've been off track and and they're actually really helpful anyway. My nightmares were helpful because they were they grabbing me by the throat trying to get my attention and trying to show me how to course correct and so I got back into my dreams and and doing work with somebody who could help me interpret my dreams and know what to do with them. was was was like it felt like a fast track. It felt like the regular talk therapy was fine but it was all very cerebral. Talking about dreams was more of the quick quick way to get to the root of what was really going on under my ego and under my my pretenses so when I eventually I began to study hypnotherapy became a hypnotherapist and my clients were coming to me and every time they would share a dream with me. I would notice how our sessions together how the how the therapy would accelerate and we would we would get to something satisfying and then I just started to really niche myself as a dream therapist because I felt like let's cut out the middleman. Let's cut out the EGO. The EGO lies and if you say how are you doing. I'm fine. Everything's great fabulous. It's like let's talk about your a dream. Shall we in your dreams reveal. Oh my God I'm so scared or I'm so excited about this or whatever anyway it's to me it just so not fine. Take not fine or fine in a different direction or x marks the spot. Let's drill here. The gold is here. It's usually not where a rational oh mind would guide us so that just became kind of the shingle that I hung and I started writing books on the subject and my career kind of took off when I found that Nisha and it's Ben kind of to the moon ever since and it's so much fun because it's such an amazing way to get to know somebody in to get to know what's going on behind the scenes and then you can really get to the good staff much more quickly that way so tell me a little bit about when you interpret someone's dreamer humor when somebody is talking to you about what's going on in their dreams does a robot on a cloud for John. Does for Doug as it does for Sally when when their question about that or or do they all have different meanings based upon where that person is in their life right. That's an excellent flint question and that's that's a question we have to address right off the bat the disclaimer at the beginning of my of my dream dictionaries. I've got two of them. I always say you you're unique and your dream symbols are going to mean something slightly different to you or maybe vastly different to you than any other human on the planet however ver- we as humans as much as we are unique. We are also connected in some very solar ways. I I like to think of humanity as a big diamond and we all are unique facets that shine slightly differently but we're all connected to each other so there are some universal themes teams that tend to show up and at least that's a place to start. Usually people are clueless about their dreams. They'll have a really vivid dream and they're about how to throw it out in the discard hieber in the recycle bin or in the trash. I'm like will await. That was a lottery ticket right there. Don't toss it out. Let's talk about it a little. It'll and then people usually throw out something that they don't understand so I helped them to at least learn the language of dreams. Lynn the language of symbols calls and then they're not as apt to throw it out and then if if you read something in my one of my dream dictionaries that completely doesn't resonate for you than congratulations. You're one step closer closer to identifying what the dream does mean for you uniquely so it's a place to start. It's not the Bible. It's not the be all end all okay and does does everyone dream because I I you know there might be there might be weeks months even potentially years that go by and I just recall anything that if I am dreaming just I just don't remember and then there's some times when I wake up and I'm like wow that was a really vivid dream. I wonder what the how many of us are trying to interpret Nice Guy Community as you're listening to this trying to interpret corporate. What did that mean when I did that or when I said that Irwin is Moore's with me or why am I seeing the people that were passed in my life on her with me. What's what what is the wrong way. God you just brought up so many great points okay first of all we all dream. It's scientifically proven we all dream three two nine big dreams every night depending on how how long we sleep and the exception to that rule would be if we're in the midst of a major trauma major sleep deprivation or were taking some heavy heavy heavy medication but normally even even if you're going through something you're still. GonNa Dream. Your dreams are so important and the issue isn't whether or or not we dream. It's whether or not we remember our dreams and it's and it's it's more common than not to not remember dreams especially. If you're or somebody who's busy who's got a full life and you wake up in the morning done didata charge and you you. WanNa face the day when a check your social media. You're checking the news. Usually usually your first thought upon awakening is about what's going on in the world what's going on in my social media world that if the I thought was though Oh what was I just dreaming about and you've got to stay in bed for a few extra minutes to just to just kind of roll around in the last thought you had upon awakening getting it would reveal their some kind of dream something even if it was just a little clue or a wisp it's valuable so I always tell people if you're if you're in sort sort of what feels like a dream drought and you're not remembering dreams it least record something upon awakening for like write down what it is. You're thinking about when you first wake up in the morning so even if you aren't dreaming about your grandmother. You might have some thought about the cookies. She used to bake you. When you were a little kid or or you might you might be hearing song in your head that relates to something that you heard the day before but there's some little lyric keeps repeating itself Lynn. Write that down down. If you get in the habit of writing something down are actually more accurately recording it in an APP. I think that's the most efficient way to record dreams these days. I use one called Dream.

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"kelly sullivan" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"kelly sullivan" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

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"kelly sullivan" Discussed on Minor Adventures with Topher Grace

Minor Adventures with Topher Grace

02:47 min | 1 year ago

"kelly sullivan" Discussed on Minor Adventures with Topher Grace

"Sweet. Thank you. My website is Kelly Sullivan Walden dot com. But that's hard to spell. So I also have I had the strangest dream dot com and on Instagram Kelly s Walden, and Facebook, it's long. It's Kelly Sullivan Walden doctor dream and. Yeah, that's where you can find me and you can find my stuff on Amazon. I've got a new hero's journey dri more deck on Amazon dot com. Great. Thank you so much. Thank you so much. I love you guys. Guys thoughts. That was that was amazing. I'll say like the cynic in me was like, all right. And it's going to reflect your you know, you're making jokes about your relationship with your father, your mother and all that stuff. But I really appreciate it sort of the practicality of her analysis as someone who likes kind of linear logic. I felt that masculine energy. Yeah. I thought the saddle thing actually is something I will use we've had different kind of experts in here. And sometimes, I would be I'm more cynical, than most guests, but that just seemed reflective of what like a like an interesting way to process it and kind of, like she's right? There's a lot of like unfinished energy when you wake up that you especially your dream, you're talking about and I love how she's just trying to help you like what does it mean to you real life? What has been your dream life? And then how can you kind of wrap it up and finish it. I really. Yeah. I was like I was shocked how much I liked her and liked her whole like thing, the simplicity of it is. There's like an. Like let's just talk it out like it was, it was talk it out. And then what's the next sort of logical conclusion sandwich? Would you think I mean it's amazing because I was sitting here, quietly observing all of it, and for me it felt like therapy. It felt like just seeing your reaction after what what she was saying about you. I felt so much of what you were going through in me as well. And then you it was, it was fascinating. It was fascinating. I feel great after listening to her so funny, everyone does therapy on their waking life. But no-one everyone about silly. I had a dream about it. But I you know, it's obviously something that really is impactful to you about it. Yeah. Absolutely. No. She was that was legit. That was very cool. Have you for coming? And so you guys I am I guess. Yes, you're the perfect guest. You're also like someone I'm really huge fan of. So I think we should Shave be. as well. So that's why. We'd like to thank all of our sponsors including linked in to fifty dollars off your first job post go to Lincoln dot com slash adventure. Again, that's Lincoln dot com slash adventure to get fifty dollars off your first post terms and conditions apply.

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"kelly sullivan" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

11:07 min | 1 year ago

"kelly sullivan" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"To coast to coast AM. I'm Lisa car. So have you ever had a nightmare or something that you couldn't explain or something that kept occurring over and over again that haunted you that you wanted to understand? Well, my guest today is known as doctor dream Kelly Sullivan Walden, and she helps us understand the basis of these nightmares that make us sometimes feel powerless and turn them into something. That can help us. Maybe find a life of purpose and passion, welcome Kelly. So good to have you on. I'm dreaming being with you. The middle of the night, and we're actually dreaming. Yeah. We are. For sure, but this is a dream so nightmares. You have another way of looking at them. Scary to you are they I love nightmares. When I hear a nightmare. I get kind of excited not because I'm into I'm I'm kind of a wimp when it comes to scary things in real life. You know, it's not my favorite thing. But when I hear somebody talk about a nightmare. I know that transformation is in the midst. I know that something is shaking up that the person's subconscious mind is communicating to them and giving them a very clear message trying to get their attention. So that they can take action. So that there can be changed. So I believe that nightmares. Aren't just something to torture us feel bad and to scare us into not wanting to remember dreams. But there it's like the bumps on the freeway there. They're there to rattle us that we go. Oh my God. I'm going too far to the right or too far to the laughter. I missed my offramp. So that we can course. Correct. And once we do they can end up becoming what feels like the reason I'm I'm doing so much with the hero's journey is right about about. Nightmares? It's like I always tell people that many times the hero's journey begins when the heroes when when the kingdom is in ruin when things have fallen apart and nightmares. Some times can indicate an ending of a pattern for that. You know, how okay. This is the initiation. The beginning of my hero's journey. It's not such a horrible thing. So there bit of a wakeup call. Yes. If we let them be. I mean, there's people that have been that are very tortured by their nightmares. I always tell them that. If there's there's a few things that we can do to stop them to get to the bottom of them and switch them around. So that they don't have to keep following us around. So it's like the FedEx person trying to deliver a message if we run from them and don't pick up the message to know keep coming after us because they're trying to do their job. We can help them do their job by meeting them at our mailbox and saying, hey, I was expecting you. Thanks for the message. Then they can leave you alone. Are there examples of people that have had these types of recurring nightmares? That have actually saved their lives. Yes. Yeah. Absolutely. And one of my dear friends, Kathleen O'Keefe cannabis has a classic one. And was she was hunted by kind of a creepy monk with a hood, and he would come in. And and he would point at her breast, and she's like, okay, that's weird your monk while you pointing at my breath. And and she got the message from him that she had cancer in her breasts. And so she got mammograms after mammograms, and they always came back clear, but when the dreams persisted, she ended up insisting on exploratory surgery turns out that she had. Stage three cancer that was undetected by all of the devices by all of the the machines and all of those things, and she was able to get the cancer and moved and she's alive, and well, and she would not have been had it not been for that dream that is bold to actually insist upon that she insisted well in. I mean, this I'm giving you the very short version of her story, but she in her dream, she's kind of pleading with the monk like, are you kidding me? Like if you really want me to do something. I mean, you gotta help me because I'm doing what I'm supposed to do. But I'm not finding anything. So he in the dream. He hands her a feather. And he's and she's in. It's all just a transmission of information that she knows that if she imagines that she's holding this feather when she's talking to the doctor the surgeon that she'll have this power. That's connecting her with her dream and things will change because the doctor just thought she was a hypochondriac and just kept sending. Home magic wand. Exactly. So she imagined that she was holding this feather. And it was like, okay. They scheduled the surgery and it all happened. I mean, it's so weird that a person would demand exploratory surgery, and then even more so that they would find something that they didn't expect to find. So that dream saved her life that is that is a great story of somebody. But in that case, you described the fact that she kept going back into the dream and talking to the monk how did she do that? Well, the dream would it would recur. So she would have the dream. And then she would go down and get go to go get her mammogram, and she was living where was she Cape Cod. So she had to drive into Boston just hours of driving. This is taking up her whole day to go in and get a mammogram. She would do it. It would come back clear and think okay, good. I did what I was supposed to do due diligence. It's over. But then the dream would come back and she'd go. Oh my God. I need to go back. And so she kept like she would go back, and she did this several times until intentionally. She went back, and you could do that you can go back into. No, I'm sorry back. No. She didn't go back into the dream deliberately. She went back to the doctor's office. Okay. No, she I mean, people can you can go back inside a dream. That's what I'm interested in her case. She just know the dream just kept coming to her and she's like running from it like, please don't I mean, she's got on her website surviving cancer land. You can look it up. She's got a video about the series of dreams. She and I were on the Dr Oz show together, and they explored this in a lot of depth. And she's got all of the xrays and mammogram results can see the whole story. It's pretty incredible. And so she was through she went through the hero's journey, essentially, exactly exactly. Because it was. I mean, sometimes it's not always this way. Sometimes you get the call to adventure which begins like Michael Beckwith says you're either pain pushes or inspiration. Pose either way, whether it's paying that's pushing or inspiration. That's pulling something is going to start your heroes. Journey and in in her case, it was pain that pushed and and this is the case for many of us. So it was like this. This was the worst thing that could have happened. She wants she had a very active lifestyle in to get this diagnosis and defined out. You know to have to deal with all of this, very painful for her. But it ended up taking her down the rabbit hole and taking her on this journey that she never would have expected in most people's he rose journey. It's like it's not what you expect. You think your life is supposed to go on this perfect path? And it's going to be rosy and cakes and cupcakes and parties, and because you're doing something noble with your life. And then all of a sudden u-turn, you're like why me I've been doing all the right things. And and then all of a sudden there's this wisdom that you encounter, and she's now a resource for so many people about cancer and about during work in. About healing. And she's written all kinds of books that was the really the start of her career and her impact on making a difference in people's lives and her life has a ton of meaning and depth. And and not that it wasn't fine before it was fabulous. It was more like she was kind of living the lifestyle of, you know, just travelling and boats, and yachts and tennis, but not a lot of depth. And now kind of gets to have it all can you go into? So in her case, she she went into that dream again it came to her. But can you intentionally go into a dream to find out your future in terms of path or decision you need to make? And how do you do that one of the best ways to do? It is is meditation. And this is the end of that some people might say this is cheating, but it worked. So here you go. It's the hack. That's what people like to call it these days. So really a dream is it's it's a parallel reality. It's not like just a dream. It's not just a puff of smoke. That doesn't have a reality. It does have a reality. And by remembering a dream. You and your conscious and your conscious mind, right? Like right now, if you were to remember a dream in some way, you're pulling it back to you simply by remembering it, and then if you then take it to the next step I meditating on the elements of that dream some of the characters in the dream. What was happening? So the incomplete business, and if you want to you can journal from that state like, well, what did that monk? What was he trying to tell me and you can do automatic writing? You can let yourself like continue what the dream was saying even in the wake state some people. Now, it's harder to do this. When you fall back a sweep, but it takes some training that meditation is probably the best way to train your mind to be able to direct where you're going to go when you go back to sleep, and and the fancy term for it is lucid dreaming. Uh-huh. That's so you don't go as deep I feel like in my sleep state. I am going so far out there. I have no. Recollection. And that's and that's an in some way. That's that's how it should be. Because in a in a way, there's like my I love lucid dreaming. It's one of the most phenomenal things and yet for the people that feel bad that they're not able to loosen dream more often. I always say we we spent so much of our day in control or egos in control of what we're doing. It's good to not be in control. And to let the dream take you where it wants to take you. So it's okay that you don't go exactly two x marks the spot to the exact place, you want it to go, but you can to some degree. Learn how to communicate with your dream in.

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"kelly sullivan" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"kelly sullivan" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Three five call today. KFI AM six forty. And welcome back to coast to coast. Kelly Sullivan Walden with us and your calls in. You were talking about finding love in dreams. I remember somebody called our show several years ago, and he said he had a dream that he had met a girl. Industrym jump ahead into real life. Now, he's at the airport and walking down the area in the airport by the little restaurants and stuff he sees the same girl in his dream. He he had to go up to her. And he did and said excuse me. But you you're you're you're and she said you're the same one in my dream. Now what causes that? Oh that is amazing. That is you know that special, and it's it's not completely rare. It I've heard I've heard this. I handle at times we've got stories like this. And look what causes that. I think. You know, I I think some people that might not have met otherwise would have passed by each other. They they're dreaming cells. They're dreaming minds are smarter than they are. And they woke them up and told them this is supposed to be with. So that they could fulfill me. And I mean, I think there is this parallel plane that we are on. And I think some people do dream about each other. There's another story in our chicken soup for the soul dreams, and the annex plannable where there is a woman who who wasn't finding loves totally having a hard time in the left department, but she had a really, dear friend. It was like a ferry Sally met, Harry,.

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"kelly sullivan" Discussed on  News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"kelly sullivan" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Welcome back. Kelly Sullivan Walden is with us on a mission to a in the world of the power of dreams. She's known as America's premier dream expert, and as a dream therapist and author of many books, including chicken soup for the soul dreams and the unexplainable. And so many Moore's she knows what she's talking about. She's appeared on our program before television shows as well, we're going to analyze dreams. We'll also talk about energy vampires. They're out there. Kelly. Welcome back. How are you? So happy to be back with you, George. I been dreaming about this. And I'm just I'm just so happy to be with you got more response when you were back with me and March, and it was did you get a good response yourself. Oh my God. I always do and I'm on your show. But yeah, last March was was pretty awesome. Yeah. People are getting into dreams and there I'm so happy. That's that's why I'm on the planet is to awaken people. To the fact that their dreams come bearing intense wisdom that the they shouldn't be missing out on because it could really make a difference in their lives in big ways. While there's nothing like talking about dreams in the wee hours of the night. You're also doing some work into the energy vampire, which is that is that the same as a psychic man prior. I think. They all kind of relate to each other. I I actually have a different name. Lisa campion. Who's got a book called the art of psychic Rakyat who she and I were just talking about this the other day, and because this is an area of her expertise as well. And and she was talking about psychic energy vampires by day, and I was talking about them by night. And how we in some way, she's got a different take than I do. But we we all have the tendency to be psychic vampires or energy vampires when we're not taking responsibility for our energy, and there's a lot of them out there. And there's a lot that you can do to prevent them, and you can away to one way to work with them is through your dreams. A lot of people report that they have chasing dreams where they're being chased by something in a dream. It's one of the most commonly remembered dream themes and..

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"kelly sullivan" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"kelly sullivan" Discussed on KGO 810

"Welcome back. Kelly Sullivan Walden is with us on a mission to awake in the world of the power of dreams. Jeez. Known as America's premier dream expert, and as a dream therapist and author of many books, including chicken soup for the soul dreams in the unexplainable. And so many Moore's she knows what she's talking about. She's appeared on our program before television shows as well, we're going to analyze dreams. We'll also talk about energy vampires. They're out there. Kelly. Welcome back. How are you? So happy to be back with you, George. I've been dreaming about this. And I'm just I'm just so happened to be with you. Why God more response when you were back with me in March. And it was a may. Did you get a good response yourself? Oh my God. I always do and I'm on your show. But yeah, last March was was pretty awesome. Yeah. People are getting into dreams and there I'm so happy. That's that's why I'm on the planet is to awaken people to the fact that their dreams come bearing intense wisdom that they they shouldn't be missing out on. 'cause it could really make a difference in their lives in big ways. There's nothing like talking about dreams in the wee hours of the night. You're also doing some work into the energy vampire, which is is that the same as a psychic man prior. I I think they all kind of relate to each other. I I actually have a dear friend name. Lisa champion, who's got a book called the art of psychic reiki who she and I were just talking about this the other day, and because this is an area of her expertise as well. And and she was talking about psychic energy vampires by day, and I was talking about them by night. And how we in some way, she's got a different take than I do. But we we all have the tendency to be psychic vampires or energy vampires when we're not taking responsibility for our energy, and there's a lot of them out there. And there's a lot that you can do to prevent them. And you can wait a one way to work with them is through your dreams. A lot of people report that they have chasing dreams with there being chased by something in a dream. It's one of the most. Commonly remembered dream themes,.

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"kelly sullivan" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:18 min | 2 years ago

"kelly sullivan" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Call today. KFI AM six forty. Hey and welcome back to coast to coast. Kelly Sullivan Walden with us and your calls. You were talking about. Finding love in dreams. I remember somebody called our show several years ago, and he said he had a dream that he had met a girl in his dream. Jump ahead into real life. Now, he's at the airport and walking down the area in the airport by the little restaurants and stuff he sees the same girl in his dream. And he he had to go up to her. And he did and said excuse me. But. You're you're you're and she said you're the same one in my dream. Now what what causes that? Oh, that is amazing that is that special. And it's it's not completely rare. It I've heard I've heard this. I am am times. We've got stories like this. And what causes that I think, you know? I I think some people that might not have met otherwise would have passed by each other. They they're dreaming selves. They're dreaming minds are smarter than they are. And they they woke them up and told them this is you're supposed to be with. So that they could fulfill their destiny, and I mean, I think there is this parallel plane that. We are on. And I think some people do dream about each other. There's another story in our chicken soup for the soul dreams and the unexplainable where there is a woman who who wasn't finding loves totally having a hard time in the left department, but she had a really, dear friend. It was like a very Sally met, Harry, Harry met Sally kind of thing they were just buddies. But she had a dream where this friend of hers this man, they were Tango dancing in her living room. And he all of a sudden was very sexy to her. She was like, wow, I didn't never thought of him in that way. So she talks to him the next day and says, I'm very to tell you this that needs that you had a dream. She's like, yes, he said where we dancing. Yes. I love the exact same dream and had the same experience of her and they decided to start dating and see if there was actually something. And there was this hidden chemistry that they didn't know they had and they're married and they're living happily ever after. And they would have missed each other. Were it not for their dream? But it's so cool when people that never even known each other. Each other and have that spark of recognition because they paid attention to their dreams. It's it's amazing. I just think the universe is conspiring on behalf of our greatest joy, ultimately, it's conspiring. So it will bump us into the right person. We don't have to we don't have to worry. We're gonna find them if we pay attention to our dreams. Let's go to the phones. Now, let's pick it up by going to Joe in Long Island New York, east of the Rockies. Hey, Joe Kelley a couple of.

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"kelly sullivan" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

03:31 min | 2 years ago

"kelly sullivan" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"And welcome back to coast to coast. Kelly Sullivan Walden with us and your calls. You were talking about finding love in dreams. I remember somebody called our show several years ago, and he said he had a dream that he had met a girl industry. So jump ahead in the real life. Now, he's at the airport and walking down the area in the airport by the little restaurants and stuff he sees the same girl in his dream, and he had to go up to her and he did and said excuse me, but. You you're you're you're and she said you're the same one in my dream. Now what what causes that? Oh that is amazing. That is you know that special, and it's it's not completely rare. It I've heard accurate this handful of times we've got stories like this, and what causes that I think, you know. I I think some people that might not have met otherwise that would have passed by each other. They they're dreaming south's. They're dreaming minds are smarter than they are. And they woke them up until this is who you're supposed to be with that they could fulfill their destiny, and I mean, I think there is this parallel plane that that we are on. And I think some people do during the each other. There's another story in our chicken soups, assault dreams, Indiana explainable, where there was a woman who who. Wasn't finding loves totally having a hard time in the left department. But she had a really, dear friend. It was like a Sally met, Harry, Harry met Sally kind of a thing they were just buddies. But she had a dream where this friend of hers this man, they were Tango dancing in her living room. And all of a sudden, very sexy to her. She was like, wow, I didn't never thought of him in that way. So she talks to him the next day and says, I'm there is to tell you this, but needs that you had a dream. She's like, yes, he's like where we dancing. Yes. Exact same dream and had the same experience of her and they decided to start dating and see if there was actually something. And there was this hidden chemistry that they didn't know they had and they're married and they're living happily ever after. And they would have missed each other. Were it not for their dream? But it's so cool when people that never even known each other. See each other and have that spark of recognition because they paid attention to their dreams. It's it's amazing. I just think the universes is conspiring on behalf of our greatest joy, ultimately, it's conspiring. So it will bump us into the right person. We don't have to we don't have to worry. We're gonna find him. If we pay attention to our dream. Let's go to the phones. Now, let's pick it up by going to Joe in Long Island New York, east of the Rockies. Hey, joe. Yeah. Hi, Kelly, a couple of things I warm would be the peer of some twain seem to present another person, it could be a female from a mouse point of view as like an alter ego. Yeah. Oh, that's that's actually very common. In fact, Carl young the late great father of psychotherapy and Robert Johnson, the great that they're no longer with us physically..

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"kelly sullivan" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"kelly sullivan" Discussed on KNSS

"And we are back with Kelly Sullivan Walden. We'll take your calls next hours. We talk about the jury GMs psychic vampires. I think the dream state Kelly might be the most powerful tool we have as individuals. What do you think? Oh, yeah. This is why I'm so excited to get to talk about this with with you and your listeners, I really hope that that people will get excited about their dreams as I am that that some of the just the flood of dreams that we got for the dreams and the unexplainable book with chicken soup for the soul. We've got thousands and thousands of stories of people that that that found love that got healed. We've got one woman that won the lottery literally win the lottery because of the the dream that she had did I tell you that story already. You did last hepatoma scam for for people brand new. Well, it's you know, it's a great story, partly because it it. She's in. Such despair when it happens because everything's falling apart. And so she's having dreams of winning the lottery, but and she goes, of course, and buys a ticket and nothing happens and she's angry at God. Because she said this is a cruel joke. I'm losing my business. I'm gonna in a week. I'm going to have no place to live. And yet I'm having these lottery winning dreams and nothing's happening. So this is horrible. So she, but she gets so focused on the night that it was the last night. She was losing our business losing her apartment, and she literally used her upset to focus her intent so much that she said, okay dream maker. God, whoever you are if you're gonna give me another one of these lottery winning dreams make it more specific I need to know where to buy the ticket, and I need to know what kind of ticket to buy. There's so many not just the numbers. So she goes to sleep and with that intent that was so specific she wakes up in the morning with. This very clear idea of where she needs to go. And that there was the words lucky for life in the dream. So she goes the next day the day that she has lost her business lost her home last everything. And she goes, and she buys a ticket at the grocery store that she saw in her dream says did you do you have any kind of ticket called lucky for life? And they said we happen to have that. Yes. And so she bought a ticket of lucky for life, and she wins. And what it is is she win sixty thousand dollars every year for the rest of her life one the big one, didn't she? Yes. But the principle of it to me is most of us go to sleep with an intent. Like, oh, I wanna remember my dream. And that's fine. Or we say, oh, I'd like to figure out how to do better in my life, and that's fine too. But those moments that were really we're things are really at a critical juncture, there's some people that are listening now that are going through something. This is the..

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"kelly sullivan" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"kelly sullivan" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Kelly Sullivan Walden is with us on a mission to awaken the world of the power of dreams. She's known as America's premier dream expert, and as a dream therapist and author of many books, including chicken soup for the soul dreams in the unexplainable. And so many Moore's she knows what she's talking about. She's appeared on our program before television shows as well. And we're going to analyze dreams. We'll also talk about energy vampires. They're out there. Kelly. Welcome back. How are you? So happy to be back with you, George. I been dreaming about this. And I'm just I'm just so happy to be with you. I got more response when you were back with me in March. Did you get a good response yourself? Oh my God. I always do and I'm on your show. But yeah, last March was was pretty awesome. Yeah. People are getting into dreams and there I'm so happy. That's that's why I'm on the planet is to awaken people to the fact that their dreams come bearing intense wisdom that they shouldn't be missing out on because it could really make a difference in their lives in big ways. There's nothing like talking about dreams in the wee hours of the night. You're also doing some work into the energy vampire, which is is the same as a psychic man prior. I I think they all kind of relate to each other. I I I actually have a different name. Lisa campion. Who's got a book called the art of psychic Ricky who she and I were just talking about this the other day, and because this is an area of her expertise as well. And and she was talking about psychic energy vampires by day, and I was talking about them by night. And how we in some way, she's got a different take than I do. But we all have the tendency to be psychic vampires or energy vampires when we're not taking responsibility for our energy, and there's a lot of them out there. And there's a lot that you can do to prevent them, and you can away a one way to work with them is through your dreams. A lot of people report that they have chasing dreams where they're being chased by something in a dream. It's one of the most. Commonly remembered dream themes, and.

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"kelly sullivan" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"kelly sullivan" Discussed on WLAC

"Welcome back. Kelly Sullivan Walden is with us on a mission to a week in the world of the power of dreams. She's known as America's premier dream expert, and as a dream therapist and author of many books, including chicken soup for the soul dreams in the unexplainable. And so many Moore's she knows what she's talking about. She's appeared on our program before television shows as well. And we're going to analyze dreams. We'll also talk about energy vampires. They're out there. Kelly. Welcome back. How are you? So happy to be back with you, George. I've been dreaming about this. And I'm just I'm just so happy to be with you got more response when you were back with me in March. Did you get a good response yourself? Oh my God. I always do and I'm on your show. But yeah, last March was was pretty awesome. Yeah. People are getting into dreams and there I'm so happy. That's that's why I'm on the planet is to awaken people to the fact that their dreams come bearing intense wisdom that the shouldn't be missing out on because it could really make a difference in their lives in big ways. There's nothing like talking about dreams in the wee hours of the night. You're also doing some work into the energy vampire, which is that is that the same as a psychic man prior. I think. They all kind of relate to each other. I I actually have a different name. Lisa campion. Who's got a book called the art of psychic Rakyat who she and I were just talking about this the other day because this is an area of her expertise as well. And and she was talking about psychic and energy vampires by day, and I was talking about them by night. And how we in some way, she's got a different take than I do. But we we all have the tendency to be psychic vampires or energy vampires when we're not taking responsibility for our energy, and there's a lot of them out there. And there's a lot that you can do to prevent them, and you can away to one way to work with them is through your dreams. A lot of people reports that they have chasing dreams where they're being chased by something in a dream. It's one of the most commonly remembered dream themes and..

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"kelly sullivan" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"kelly sullivan" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Back. Kelly Sullivan Walden is with us on a mission to a in the world of the power of dreams. She's known as America's premier dream expert, and as a dream therapist and author of many books, including chicken soup for the soul dreams in the unexplainable. And so many Moore's she knows what she's talking about. She's appeared on our program before television shows as well. And we're going to analyze dreams. We'll also talk about energy vampires. They're out there. Kelly. Welcome back. How are you? So happy to be back with you, George. I've been dreaming about this. And I'm just I'm just so happy to be with you got more response when you were back with me in March. And it was did you get a good response yourself. Oh my God. I always do and I'm on your show. But yeah, last March was was pretty awesome. People are getting into dreams, and I'm so happy. That's that's why I'm on the planet is awakened people to the fact that their dreams come bearing intense was that the they shouldn't be missing out on because it could really make a difference in their lives in big ways. There's nothing like talking about dreams in the wee hours of the night. Cleveland, you're also doing some work into the energy vampire, which is that is that the same as a psychic man prior. I think they all kind of relate to each other. I I actually have a different name. Lisa can't be who's got a book called the art of psychic Ricky who she and I were just talking about this the other day, and because this is an area of her expertise. Wow. And and she was talking about psychic energy vampires by day, and I was talking about them by night. And how we in some way, she's got a different take. Than I do. But we we all have the tendency to be psychic vampires or energy vampires when we're not taking responsibility for our energy, and there's a lot of them out there. And there's a lot that you can do to prevent them, and you can away to one way to work with them is through your dreams. A lot of people report that they have chasing dreams where they're being chased.

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