ROBERT MOSS BLOG:
The White Goddess and the Habit of Coincidence
The White Goddess
is a "queer" and difficult book, as the author,
the poet and novelist Robert Graves, cautions his readers in a
foreword. The subtitle in itself may scare away some readers:
A historical grammar of poetic myth. Yet it is a book I find
myself returning to, again and again, over the years - though
since I was a teen I have never been mad enough to try to read
it from front to back. The whole book is a celebration of the
Goddess, as she may have been worshiped in matrifocal Old
Europe, and other places, before the advent of patriarchal gods
installed by patriarchal men.
Twelve 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.
ROBERT'S DREAMGATES BLOG:
When We Become a Dreaming Culture
have a dream: that we will again become a society of dreamers.
In a dreaming culture, dreams are valued and celebrated. The
first business of the day, for most people, is to share dreams
and seek to harvest their guidance. The community joins in
manifesting the energy and insight of dreams in waking life. In
a dreaming culture, nobody says, “It’s only a dream” or “In your
dreams, mister.” It is understood that dreams are both wishes
(“I have a dream”) and experiences of the soul.
Shamanic Dreaming in Paradise
International Dream Adventures
France in December
France in April
DREAM TEACHER TRAINING
in July 2014
France in October 2014
in July 2014
WA in September 2014
in March 2014 from New World Library
THE BOY WHO DIED AND CAME
After his first of three near-death
experiences, when he was three years old, Robert Moss’s parents were told,
“Your boy died and came back.” Moss finds “died and came back” more accurate
than “near-death” — and proof that “soul or consciousness is not dependent
on the physical body.” Moss’s death experiences revealed reality to be
layered and time fluid. Past and present, other worlds, and brilliant
sources of wisdom were all accessible. As the creator of Active Dreaming,
Moss has taught thousands to use their night dreams to improve their waking
lives. Now Moss teaches readers to be archaeologists, excavating and
exploring experiences such as temporary death, dreams, and synchronicity. He
describes how to seek wisdom and guidance from great minds and seekers, both
past and present, and use the multiverse to pursue and live our “big
stories.” Through stories and shamanic dreamwork, readers discover truths
that illuminate not just the nature of life but also the paths they walk
here and now.
Available from SUNY Press
HERE, EVERYTHING IS DREAMING
Poems and stories that stream directly from dreams and shamanic
adventures in the world-behind-the-world.
Our earliest poets were shamans. Today as in the earliest times,
true shamans are poets of consciousness who know the power of song
and story to teach and to heal. They understand that the right words
open pathways between the worlds and draw closer the gods and
goddesses who wish to live through us.
Robert Moss brings this ancient bardic tradition to life in this
collection of poems and stories that stream directly from dreams and
shamanic adventures in the world-behind-the-world. You’ll be carried
into a reality where everything is alive and conscious, where tigers
and bears can lend you their forms and raven and hawk can give you
their sight, where the ancestors are talking, talking, and the gates
to the Otherworld open from wherever you are.
THE DREAMER RADIO SHOW
with Robert Moss
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
Next show: Tuesday, December10, 2013
The Lightning Dreamwork Game
What is Active Dreaming?
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,
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.