ROBERT MOSS BLOG:
Lift the veil of darkness
The phrase "the long dark night of the soul" has been so
over-used since St. John of the Cross made it the theme of a
mystical poem that Douglas Adams spoofed it, hilariously, as
The Long Dark Teatime of the Soul. Yet all of us have known
nights, even years, of despair and bitter isolation, when we
have felt the absence of light and hope and life purpose. I have
noticed something very interesting in some crises of this type.
It is not merely the absence of light; it is the sense that
something has veiled or cloaked the light. The effect is to
shroud the sufferer in pain and darkness, breaking the
connection between the individual and any Higher Self or source
of spiritual succor and guidance.
The best way to understand a dream
The best way to grasp the meaning of a dream, and
to determine what action the dream requires, is to go back
inside the dream and recover more of the story. We should never
confuse a dream report what we remember and can say about a
dream with the full experience of the dream itself. Even a
very copious and detailed dream report is missing much of what
went on during the night, including deeper levels of dreaming in
which the dream self may have traveled not only through
different loactions, but through different orders of reality.
Why would we want to go back inside a dream? Our motive might be
simply to have more fun and adventure. We were with a dream
lover in a tropical paradise, but were roused by the alarm clock
or the kids jumping on the bed. Wed like to revisit that
delicious scene, and enjoy it for longer.
in July 2015
Prague, Czech Republic in May and September 2015
in July 2015
Duvall, WA in September 2015
HAWAII in 2015
Temple of Dream Healing
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
Available from New World Library
THE BOY WHO DIED AND CAME
"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
Raymond Moody MD, author of Life After Life.
thrilling, personal account of the farthest reaches of human
consciousness [by] ...one of our greatest explorers of
--Larry Dossey, MD, author of
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.
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.
THE DREAMER RADIO SHOW
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ext show: Tuesday, March 10, 2015
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.