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The Dreamer's Book of the Dead: A Soul Traveler's Guide to Death, Dying,…

de Robert Moss

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A guidebook for communicating with the departed and gaining first-hand knowledge of life beyond death * Reveals that the easiest way to communicate with the departed is through dreams * Offers methods for helpful and timely communication with deceased loved ones * Provides powerful Active Dreaming practices from ancient and indigenous cultures for journeying beyond the gates of death for wisdom and healing We yearn for contact with departed loved ones. We miss them, ache for forgiveness or closure, and long for confirmation that there is life beyond physical death. In The Dreamer's Book of the Dead, Robert Moss explains that we have entirely natural contact with the departed in our dreams, when they come visiting and we may travel into their realms. As we become active dreamers, we can heal our relationship with the departed and move beyond the fear of death. We also can develop the skills to function as soul guides for others, helping the dying to approach the last stage of life with courage and grace, opening gates for their journeys beyond death, and even escorting them to the Other Side. Drawing on a wealth of personal experience as well as many ancient and indigenous traditions, Moss offers stories to inspire us and guide us. He shares his extraordinary visionary relationship with the poet W. B. Yeats, whose greatest ambition was to create a Western Book of the Dead, to feed the soul hunger of our times. Moss teaches us the truth of Chief Seattle's statement that "there is no death; we just change worlds."… (més)
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I think this may be the most important book I ever read, because of it's effect on my life. I am now convinced that it is really important to give attention to and honor our dreams. Dreaming is a huge source of guidance that we have lost in our society, by not paying attention. Some of our dreams are precognitive, some are prescriptive, some are healing. We can actually travel in our dreams--astral traveling. According to Robert Moss, life after death will be a lot like dreaming. Basically, you will be your spirit without the body. Everything you think and imagine (whether good or bad) instantly becomes manifested. There are stages of life after death...I won't go into all of that here. I'll suffice it to say that it is pretty important to prepare for life after death and to become more aware of the energetic/spiritual levels of life while in the body, because it will not be easier to do after death. This is an amazingly well-researched book by a very gifted dream traveler, and it has convinced me to pay attention to my dreams, to finally establish a daily meditation practice, and to work (play!) at developing my imagination in every way, and to really figure out what I am in this life to do. ( )
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A guidebook for communicating with the departed and gaining first-hand knowledge of life beyond death * Reveals that the easiest way to communicate with the departed is through dreams * Offers methods for helpful and timely communication with deceased loved ones * Provides powerful Active Dreaming practices from ancient and indigenous cultures for journeying beyond the gates of death for wisdom and healing We yearn for contact with departed loved ones. We miss them, ache for forgiveness or closure, and long for confirmation that there is life beyond physical death. In The Dreamer's Book of the Dead, Robert Moss explains that we have entirely natural contact with the departed in our dreams, when they come visiting and we may travel into their realms. As we become active dreamers, we can heal our relationship with the departed and move beyond the fear of death. We also can develop the skills to function as soul guides for others, helping the dying to approach the last stage of life with courage and grace, opening gates for their journeys beyond death, and even escorting them to the Other Side. Drawing on a wealth of personal experience as well as many ancient and indigenous traditions, Moss offers stories to inspire us and guide us. He shares his extraordinary visionary relationship with the poet W. B. Yeats, whose greatest ambition was to create a Western Book of the Dead, to feed the soul hunger of our times. Moss teaches us the truth of Chief Seattle's statement that "there is no death; we just change worlds."

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