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AT THE ROBERT MOSS BLOG:

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n-flight reading can bear strange fruit

Memo to self: consider your selection of in-flight reading very carefully, especially when it involves fantastic or darkly comic tales from Eastern Europe. You may find you are scripting corresponding travel experiences. This happened to me again last night, towards the end of a long trip home from two weeks of teaching in the Czech Republic and Estonia.  At a news stand at Prague's Vaclav Havel airport, I was surprised and delighted to find a bilingual edition of the folktales of Karel Jaromir Erben. The title, Kytice, can be rendered as "Bouquet" or "Posy" in English. Erben's stories, written in verse, have held a special place in the Czech imagination since first publication in 1853, influencing Dvořák  and many other creative minds, but have been largely unavailable in English until now. The new edition, with translations by Susan Reynolds, had only just been published. I snatched it up with excitement. Not only am I trying to learn more about Czech culture, but reading bilingual editions of poetry is one of my favorite ways of studying a new language. Read more


AT ROBERT'S DREAMGATES BLOG:
As Lady Sarashina crossed a bridge of dreams

From a thousand years ago, in a slim autobiographical novel gusting with moonlight and desire, we have a dozen dreams of an anonymous Japanese woman who was born in Kyoto in 1008. The book itself is untitled; sometimes it is called the Sarashina Nikki (literally, “The Day-Record of Sarashina”). The translator of the Penguin edition, Ivan Morris, decided to import a title from an even older work, a poem titled, “As I Crossed a Bridge of Dreams.”  The author, whose name is unknown, belonged to a remarkable group of Japanese women writers of the tenth and eleventh centuries. We know almost nothing of their lives, not even their names. A modern editor suggests that their extraordinary accomplishments “produced an unconscious resentment among male scholars, with the result that these talented ladies were permanently condemned to anonymity.” One of them was this author’s aunt, who wrote a searing tale of jealousy, Kagero Nikki (“Gossamer Years”). Read more
 


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DREAM TEACHER TRAINING
Level One
Duvall, WA in July 2015
Prague, Czech Republic in May and September 2015

Level Two
Duvall, WA in July 2015

Level Three
Duvall, WA in September 2015

HAWAII in March 2015
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WHERE TO START

I am often asked where do you start if you are new to my books. The linear answer is: with CONSCIOUS DREAMING (my first and still my foundation book introducing my marriage of shamanism and dreamwork) and/or THE THREE "ONLY" THINGS (easily accessible, with lots of games I developed later, including the Lightning Dreamwork process and fun ways of navigating by synchronicity).    Read more


Now Available from New World Library
THE BOY WHO DIED AND CAME BACK

"Robert Moss' extraordinary life story, told with beauty and passion, confirms that there is life after life and will inspire all who read it to transcend the fear of death and live richer and deeper lives.”
Raymond Moody MD, author of Life After Life.

" A thrilling, personal account of the farthest reaches of human consciousness [by] ...one of our greatest explorers of consciousness."
       
--Larry Dossey, MD, author of One Mind


From the back cover: Travels in Many Worlds with a Master Storyteller--Join Robert Moss for an unforgettable journey that will expand your sense of reality and confirm that there is life beyond death and in other dimensions of the multiverse. Read more


PALEOPSYCH 101
T
welve things to remember...

1. Spirits are real.

2. We are not alone: we live in a multidimensional universe peopled with beings — spirits of nature, gods and daimons, angels and ancestors — who take a close interest in our affairs and influence our lives for good or ill.

3. We are more than our bodies and brains, which are only vehicles for soul.

4. The soul survives the death of the body.

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WAY OF THE DREAMER RADIO SHOW 
with Robert Moss

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isten and call in to Robert LIVE every second Tuesday of the month at 9am-10am Pacific Time (Noon-1pm Eastern Time) or listen to his archived shows anywhere, anytime
at www.HealthyLife.net.

ext show: Tuesday, March 10
, 2015

STICKY: The Lightning Dreamwork Game

STICKY: What is Active Dreaming?
Active Dreaming? The phrase is a provocation, designed to shake us free from the assumption that dreaming is a passive activity...  Active Dreaming is a way of being fully of this world while maintaining constant contact with another world, the world-behind-the-world, where the deeper logic and purpose of our lives are to be found. Active Dreaming is a discipline, as is yoga or archeology or particle physics. This is to say that there are ascending levels of practice. In any field, the key to mastery is always the same: practice, practice, practice. [More]
 

ACTIVE DREAM GROUPS AS MODELS FOR A NEW COMMUNITY
Active Dreaming groups are intentional communities in which each member receives the gift of deep listening, the change to play leader or teacher, and the opportunity to tell their life stories and re-vision those stories.  Read more

 

 
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