Sally Kairouze felt hopeless after migrating to Australia from Lebanon. Marrying and starting a family, she soon realised that she had unwittingly become part of a dysfunctional marriage that left her emotionally stressed and overwhelmed. Caught in an oppressive marriage, and struggling to adjust to life in a new country, Therese goes deep within her psyche in search for answers. As the intense emotional turmoil manifests in the most vivid and sometimes terrifying dreams, her journaling journey begins. She discovers that traversing the paths to the darkest recesses of her own memory, experience, and perception will bring her ultimate healing.
Drawing on the meticulously kept diaries of her dreams, a rich resource containing 208 dreams, Sally takes us on a very personal journey through the most turbulent and traumatic years of her life – and her long road to self fulfillment. How far does the road go?
“My dreams took on a sudden urgency, and with my new found ability to recall them, I was given the key to self-awakening. I needed to remember my dreams. They mirrored my core problems and served me messages and warnings.”