Kelly Sullivan Walden
about Kelly Sullivan Walden

Kelly is a certified clinical hypnotherapist in private practice for seventeen years. She is the author of the #1 bestselling dream interpretation book, I Had the Strangest Dream: the Dreamer’s Dictionary for the 21st Century, as well as five other books. As a popular media guest, Kelly has appeared on over 250 media interviews and is featured regularly on FOX, NBC, CBS, and ABC news as well as being quoted in publications such as Cosmopolitan, Elle, Bride, Seventeen, Woman’s World, and US Weekly. Kelly hosts her own weekly web radio show, The D-Spot, where she explores the nexus of nighttime Dreams, daytime Desires, and highest Destiny. Known for her ability to catalyze people to awaken to their magnificence, she teaches Dreamwork in a unique weave of depth, playfulness, humor, sass and soulfulness. Kelly’s joy in life is inspiring others to live the life of their dreams. Click here to receive your 2012 Dream Package:


Her Dream Bit Her On the Neck

In its first week, the latest installation of the Twilight saga grossed $500 million -- a new record! The story idea for this mega-hit sensation bit Stephenie Meyer on the her dream! Stephenie Meyer was a stay-at-home mom who dabbled with writing from time to time and was certainly not into vampire stories at all. However, one night, she had the following dream: Two people are having an intense conversation in a meadow in the woods. One of these people is just your average ... Read More



"A man is but a product of his dreams. What he dreams he becomes." ~ Astoria Eden Dreams and dreamers go way back…I mean waaaaaaaaay back. Even a few steps further…all the way back to the first prophets, even back as far as the caveman days. Anthropologists have encoded cave drawings to be communication about what was literally happening in cave dweller’s lives, as well as future events and visions from their dreams. In fact, research shows that even our Neanderthal brothers and ... Read More


Dreams that shaped history

A gift consists not in what is done or given, but in the intention of the giver. ~ Lucius Seneca People claim they can't afford the time to pay attention to their dreams...I say you can't afford NOT to. What if the map to the goldmine you have been praying for is not in your backyard, but on your pillow in your dream zone? My intent with the dreamwork I do with clients in my dream coaching sessions, at the very least, is that people will come to see dreams and the dreaming mind as a ... Read More


Why Dreams?

All human beings are also dream beings. Dreaming ties all mankind together. ~ Jack Kerouac When you nestle yourself into bed, turn off the bedside lamp, and close your eyes to your daytime reality, your conscious self goes to sleep. Meanwhile, your dreaming self slips out of the covers and tiptoes upstairs to the attic of your mind to explore the enchanted realm of dreams. Within this nocturnal territory you are transported beyond the ego's five senses to a vast, multidimensional ... Read More


It’s All In Your D.R.E.A.M.S.

“I had the strangest dream!” How many times have you heard that expression fly out of your mouth, and in the telling of the tale, found yourself bewildered on that mystical bridge between sleep and awake, scratching your head, asking the question, “I wonder what that means?” As we ponder what it all means, take heart in knowing that it is rare not to have a strange dream. In fact, we should be so grateful for our sojourn into the dream world. As scientific evidence demonstrates, ... Read More