ROBERT MOSS BLOG:
In the House of Madonnas
National Gallery in
Prague, at the Convent of St. Agnes of Bohemia
In the collection of medieval
Old Masters of Bohemia in the National Gallery, I did not expect
to be excited by rows and rows of paintings of the most familiar
scenes from the Christian story. Then I woke up to how the
artists, confined to a limited list of approved subjects by the
theology of the time and what their ecclesiastical and noble
patrons were willing to pay for, gave flight to their
imagination and human experience within the frames of the
expected conventional scenes.
IN OCTOBER 2015
Playing with Signs, Symbols, and Synchronicity in Everyday Life
Synchronicity is when the
universe gets personal. Through this book of
games and enchanting stories, you’ll learn how to monitor the play
of coincidence and the symbolic resonance of incidents in daily life
in order to tap into the deeper logic of events, receive
extraordinary counsel, and have wonderful fun.
Back Ancestral Dreamways
I know it is hard for some
people to grasp how an Australian outsider came to find himself
in the position of helping to restore lost or interrupted
dreamways to Native American peoples whose ancestors called him
to this work in dreams. Perhaps this moving testimonial from a
Huron/Wendat muscian and dream teacher from the birth people of
Island Woman will help to explain.
TRAINING in 2016
Duvall, WA July 11-15
Module 1: June 2-5
Module 2: Sept 29-Oct 2
Duvall, WA: July 18-22
Montpellier, France: 10/18-22
RECLAIMING THE ANCIENT
Duvall, WA in November
Aboriginal Dreaming into the Dreamtime
Australians believe that we dream our way into this world, and
dream our way out of it. “We talk to the spirit-child before a
baby is born,” naturopath and traditional healer Burnham Burnham
explained it to me. If the father-to-be is a dreamer, he is
frequently the one who first meets the spirit-child in dreams.
These dream encounters often unfold at places of water that
exist in the natural world – a billabong, the shallows of a
river, a waterfall – where the spirit-child plays with its own
kind and is not confined to a single form. It can appear as a
kingfisher or a platypus, as a fish or a crocodile. The dreamer
may have to negotiate with the spirit-child, giving it reasons
for coming into a human body. Finally, the dreamer plays
soul-guide, escorting the incoming spirit to the mother’s womb.
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
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
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, October 13, 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.