Have you suspected that far more is possible than passively waiting for (and barely remembering) your nighttime dreams?
Around the world, shamans have pioneered a more powerful, valuable and fascinating way to approach dreaming — seeing it as a time for transformation, healing and receiving guidance from higher levels of reality as well as journeying into the past and future.
Throughout history, those who dream strong — who can enter other realities at will, scout the future, dialogue with the spirits and dream for others — have had a special place of respect as shamans and seers, healers and creators, priestesses and prophets.
Shamanic dream work can literally save your life... and quite possibly, humanity’s future. That’s because you can access levels of wisdom that are simply not available through other means.
In this free online event, you’ll have a unique opportunity to hear about a little-known lineage of shamanic dream practice, which will challenge your very understanding of reality.
The story starts with the fascinating way in which the teaching was transmitted:
Some 25 years ago, bestselling author Robert Moss began receiving a series of dreamtime visitations from a shaman he called “Island Woman,” who came to teach him advanced dreaming and consciousness-awakening practices.
In the Mohawk language, the word for shaman or healer is ratetshents, which literally means “dreamer.” And, in the tradition of this ancient shaman and Mother of the Wolf Clan, dreams reveal the “secret wishes of the soul,” and the daily task of the community is to gather around a dreamer, help them recognize what the soul is saying, and then to take action to honor the soul’s purpose.
Dreaming is also about human survival. Dreams show us what is happening up ahead. If you see a future event you don’t like, you can take action to avoid that possible future. Dreaming is a way of connecting with the ancestors and of looking at the consequences of human actions down to the seventh generation beyond ourselves.
Island Woman taught Robert that the memory of a dream is the memory of a journey. It may have been a short visit to a neighbor’s place or a date with the lover you will meet three years from now. When your dream soul goes flying, she shared, it visits the future and brings back memories of things that haven’t happened yet. Sometimes you can stop those things from coming to pass. Sometimes you just have to live them out. And other times, you can tame a future you don’t want by acting out a little piece of it (enough to contain the event that is trying to come through).
In short, Island Woman began teaching Robert a whole new way to enter into the dreamscape and access valuable information for living his life.
As Robert investigated what was coming to him in lucid dreams, it became clear that his mentor was a master shaman traveling to meet with him from across time and dimensions. She needed information from her future, and she was eager to pass the wisdom of her dream lineage forward. To confirm the truth of this, Robert even had specific phrases that she used translated and verified; and they were indeed in her native tongue (which he did not know)!
Inspired by this series of dreamtime trainings, Robert went on to become one of the world’s most renowned experts on dreams as the bestselling author of a dozen books on the deeper dimensions of how dreaming can enhance and transform the quality of our lives. He also became the creator of Active Dreaming, which synthesizes ancient shamanic practices with modern dream science and spiritual disciplines from around the world.
What he learned from the time-traveling healer is that shamanic dream practices can open the portals to what he calls the “voice of the heart.” This voice beckons you to live from your deeper life purpose and manifest your best and bravest desires.
The heart center is where you find courage to face life’s challenges, move beyond self-limiting beliefs and take the creative leap that can fill our world with magic and healing. The heart center is also where you experience joy and pain most deeply.
During this free mini-workshop, you’ll hear much more about Island Woman’s teachings and you’ll discover:
More than anything, this complimentary hour will illuminate a paradigm shift in how you relate to dreaming — opening your understanding of how to engage dreaming as a way of direct experience that can help you to hear the voice of the heart, find the best pathway forward and become a conscious citizen of what Robert calls the “multiverse.”
Join us for this mind-expanding hour in which you’ll discover how a very important dream lineage can apply to your modern life! You’ll also learn about an exciting 7-week virtual program with Robert that will take you into seven different global dream cultures, where you’ll discover key practices from Egyptian, Aboriginal and Celtic dreaming traditions and more.
Robert Moss reveals a powerful map of how to recover our soul through shamanic dreaming.
— Sandra Ingerman, MA, Author of Soul Retrieval
Robert Moss is one of our wisest guides to dreams and dreaming... [He] is dragging us, kicking and screaming, into a new vision of consciousness, space and time.
— Larry Dossey, MD, Author of The Power of Premonitions
Robert Moss demonstrates how to explore the universal language of the imagination and the soul, which together bridge the inner world of spirit and the outer world of action. Deeply healing and useful!
— Angeles Arrien, PhD, Cultural Anthropologist and Author of The Four-Fold Way
Transcends disciplines and provides an agenda for the role that dreams can play in ensuring human survival.
— Stanley Krippner, PhD, Co-author of Extraordinary Dreams and How to Work with Them
Robert Moss is a weaver of worlds... He shows us how conscious dreaming can lead us into the non-space-time regions of the inner universe, where all things are connected — from whatever time, place or reality.
— Julia Assante, Author of The Last Frontier
Robert Moss is the creator of Active Dreaming, an original synthesis of modern dreamwork and shamanism. Born in Australia, he survived three near-death experiences in childhood. He leads popular seminars all over the world, including a 3-year training for teachers of Active Dreaming. A former lecturer in ancient history at the Australian National University, he’s a bestselling novelist, poet, journalist and independent scholar. His dozen books on dreaming, shamanism and imagination include Conscious Dreaming, The Secret History of Dreaming and Dreaming the Soul Back Home. His latest book is Sidewalk Oracles: Playing with Signs, Symbols and Synchronicity in Everyday Life.