We've all had them — dreams that seem to predict the future or revise the past; dream visits from wise elders offering us advice; experiences of communication that seems urgent but needs interpretation. All of these dreams and experiences are buried treasures that need to be carefully excavated and explored, prodded and studied. In his exciting new book, The Boy Who Died and Came Back: Adventures of a Dream Archaeologist in the Multiverse ($15.95), dream expert and shamanic teacher Robert Moss gives readers the tools for doing that.
When he was three years old, Robert died during a severe case of pneumonia. Afterward, illness kept him isolated and still during much of his childhood, but he found ways to explore the world through dreams. This book is about those experiences, and about others who have experienced death or other life-altering events and used dreams to work their way back — or forward. Based on years of offering workshops in shamanism and dreamwork, the examples and exercises in this book will guide readers to understanding what their dreams and experiences have to teach them about living the most fulfilling live possible.
Robert Moss has led seminars at the foremost human potential centers around the world and thousands follow him online. His vast media experience ranges from the Today Show and Charlie Rose to Parade and Shamans Drum. He lives in Albany, NY.
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