Multiple Journeys to One was motivated by the scarcity of literature from former multiples who had worked through their multiplicity. It offers eight stories that cover a broad range of backgrounds and experiences involved in the physical, emotional and spiritual process of integrating from Dissociative Identity Disorder. All backgrounds involve mental, emotional, physical, and spiritual abuse at a young age, and include incest, familial torture, Satanic Ritual Abuse, and programming. The book focuses on the integration/fusion process rather than on the abuse. A context for the multiplicity is provided in the Foreword, Introduction, and Epilogue. The writers trust that within their stories can be found a connection that leads to hope, strength, insight, inspiration, and a unifying spirituality.
Theresa, with the clarity and groundedness of an ancient seer, viewed my experience as a cluster of stars whose coming together would form a super nova, whose light would become even stronger and brighter. —Lindsey
Judy Dragon, CHT, has been a Jin Shin Jyutsu® practitioner (hands-on healing art of energy balance) since 1979, later becoming a Clinical Hypnotherapist, teacher, writer and community educator. She is the mother of four children ranging in age from 15 to 22.
Terry Popp, PhD, is a writer. She teaches creative writing using mythology, fairy tales, films and autobiography. She has a writing/editing consulting business, The Third Path.
Will Riggan, EdD, MFT, has a diverse background in public policy research, advocacy, university teaching, consulting, and psychotherapy. A member of the International Society for the Study of Dissociation, Dr. Riggan has presented at conferences and is presently preparing an article "Darkness and Flashes of Light: What the Phenomenon of DID Has to Tell Us About Ourselves."
Jonathan Rogers is a recovered survivor of severe childhood abuse. Earlier in his career he was an award winning Hollywood animated film producer. During his recovery process, he saw images that portrayed how God's power protects and heals the human spirit. A catalog of Jonathan's artwork can be obtained by calling the Rogers Collection at 800-645-0114, or by writing c/o P.O. Box 365, Lewiston, NY 14092 - Illustrations © 1998 Jonathan Rogers.
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