New World Library
Paperback June 2012
DREAMING THE SOUL BACK
"Since reading Robert Moss's powerhouse of a book, my dreams have been speaking to me in completely new and startling ways. I have no idea how he imbues each page with shamanic truth that actually changes you just by reading, but he does. If you have any interest in your dream life, you will be enthralled and forever changed by this work."
--Jennifer Louden, bestselling author of The Women’s Comfort Book
“This inspirational and practical resource guide honors all forms of dreaming and deep remembrance of our inherent wholeness. Robert Moss demonstrates how to explore the universal language of the imagination and the soul, which together bridge the inner world of spirit and the outer world of action. Deeply healing and useful!”
--Angeles Arrien, PhD, cultural anthropologist and author of The Four-Fold Way
Moss’s Dreaming the Soul Back Home opens up the many-layered world of
dreaming—its landscapes, characters, and secret places where our souls can
grow and thrive. This is the book for everyone who has ever wondered, “What
can I do with dreams?” Here is an exciting array of answers and exercises
that shamans have known for thousands of years."
'Robert Moss ignites the runway for the returning soul's touch-down with
both power and grace.'
was entranced by this book from the first page. Through vibrant storytelling
language, Robert Moss brilliantly offers a new connection between bridge
dreams and waking life, empowering each world to inform the other in
restorative and startlingly dynamic ways. Reading this book feels like
peeking into forgotten ancient rituals and exclusive healing secrets, yet
Moss makes even the most sophisticated concepts feel blissfully accessible
"Robert Moss is a
brilliant story teller. In Dreaming
the Soul Back Home Moss reveals a
powerful map of how to recover our soul through shamanic dreaming. This is
an inspiring and important book!!"
“Shamanism is the original psychotherapy and shamans were the first psychotherapists, counselors, and physicians. In Dreaming the Soul Back Home, Robert Moss teaches his readers how to become shamans of their own souls as well as how to help others heal their own lives. Shamans were also the first dreamworkers, and Moss provides his readers with enjoyable activities through which they can turn to their dreams for inspiration. Of special value is his description of ‘soul loss’ and how shamans helped people retrieve errant parts of themselves, becoming whole again without the aid of electroshock therapy, dangerous medications, or superficial therapeutic Band-Aids. If you would like to work with your own dreams and can only read one book this year, you can do no better than Dreaming the Soul Back Home.”
--Stanley Krippner, PhD, professor of psychology and humanistic studies, Saybrook University, Co-editor: Perchance to Dream; co-author Personal Mythology