Robert Moss – Dreaming into the Dreamtime



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New Live Training Starts
Wednesday, May 3, 2017

What You’ll Discover in These 7 Weeks
Course sessions are on Wednesdays at 5:00pm Pacific.

During the 7-week program, Robert will guide you through the fundamental insights, skills and practices that you’ll need to discover and cultivate expanded possibilities for your life by healing and growing in the ways that your soul guides you (through your dreams).

Each weekly, LIVE teaching, dialogue and “play” session will build upon the next, so that you’ll develop a complete, holistic understanding of the practices, tools and principles from seven amazing cultures that can allow you to travel into hidden realms of the multiverse and access authentic spiritual guides and teachers for personal healing, enlightenment and initiation.

Module 1: Shamanic Dreaming With Island Woman
Learning From Native American Tradition (May 3) (Live)

In the Mohawk language, the word for shaman or healer is ratetshents, which means “dreamer.” Robert’s life was changed by his visionary encounters with what appeared to be an ancient shaman and Mother of the Wolf Clan he calls Island Woman. In her tradition, dreams reveal the “secret wishes of the soul” and the daily task of the community is to gather round a dreamer, help her to recognize what the soul is saying, and then to take action to honor the soul’s purpose.

According to this teacher, dreaming is also about human survival. Dreams show us what is happening at a distance in time or space. As you’ll learn in this illuminating session, 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, as wise leaders must always do.

Island Woman on Dreaming:

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. It may have been a journey to the spirits on the moon, or into a universe inside a stone that is as big as the universe out there.

When your dreamsoul goes flying, it visits the future and brings back memories of things that haven’t happened yet in the Shadow World. Sometimes you can stop those things from coming to pass. Sometimes you just have to live them out. Sometimes 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.

Life is full of crossroads. Often you don’t even notice them until they are behind you, unless you know how to dream. Through dreaming, you can scout out the different trails you might follow and see where they lead. Through dreaming, you are already choosing the events that will take place in your waking life.

— From “The Teachings of Island Woman” in Dreamways of the Iroquois by Robert Moss

In this module, we will journey into the great mythic creation story of “The Woman Who Fell from the Sky,” and learn from her how to dance a new world into being.

In this module, you’ll learn how to:

Recognize the secret wishes of the soul, as revealed in dreams
Take action to honor the wishes of the soul for healing and integration
Recognize and clarify future events revealed in dreams
Take action to avoid unwanted possible events — and manifest
desirable ones
Journey through mythic gates to discover how to re-vision and re-create your world
Module 2: Dreaming With the Speaking Land
Learning From Aboriginal Traditions (May 10) (Live)

Australia’s First People look to dreams as the place of encounter with spiritual guides and sacred healers, who often appear as totem animals but may come in many other forms. They believe that we dream our way into this world, and dream our way out of it.

In this tradition, dreaming is a highly social activity. We get out and about, we make visits and receive visitations. As you’ll discover in this session, the first questions to ask about a dream are those of a detective rather than an analyst: Who, what, where, why, when?

Dreaming in the night is not segregated from dreaming wide awake. We live in the Speaking Land, where everything is alive and conscious and will speak to us if we pay attention.

Our personal dreams can take us into the Dreamtime, where we encounter the Ancestors on a higher level and are present at the creation of events.

Dreaming With Spirit Children Waiting to Be Born:

“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.

— From The Secret History of Dreaming by Robert Moss

In this module, you will:

Learn how dreaming is central to spiritual parenting
Understand why ancestors may speak to you in dreams
Discover your animal spirits through dreaming and how to interact with them
Listen to the Speaking Land to receive navigational guidance from what is going on around you in everyday life
Find ways to utilize personal dreams as portals to the Dreamtime

Module 3: Dreaming Like an Egyptian
Awakening in Two Worlds (May 17) (Live)

The ancient Egyptians understood that in dreams, our eyes are opened. Their word for dream, rswt, also means “awakening.” It was written with a symbol representing an open eye.

As you’ll learn in this session, the Egyptians believed that the gods interact with us in dreams. They developed an advanced practice of conscious dream travel. Trained dreamers operated as seers, remote viewers and telepaths.

Through conscious dream travel, ancient Egypt’s “frequent flyers” explored the roads of the afterlife and the multidimensional universe. It was understood that true initiation and transformation takes place in a deeper reality accessible through the dream journey beyond the body. The dream journey could even take the traveler to the stars.

Dreamers as Star Travelers:

The dream guides of ancient Egypt knew that the dream journey may take the traveler to the stars — specifically to Sothis or Sirius, the “moist land” believed by Egyptian initiates to be the source of higher consciousness, the destination of advanced souls after death and the home of higher beings who take a close interest in Earth matters.

In the age of Cleopatra, dream schools flourished in the temples of Serapis, a god who melds the qualities of Osiris and Apis, the divine bull. Priests who specialized in dreaming were called the Learned Ones of the Magic Library. What marvelous promise is in that phrase! What profound recognition of the magic and wisdom that is available to us through dreaming!

— From The Secret History of Dreaming by Robert Moss

In this module, you’ll:

Learn how to practice dream telepathy
Recognize and work with multiple energy bodies and soul vehicles
Gain access into the Hall of the Gods and find your spiritual allies
Discover powerful ways to journey with birds and other enlightening animal allies
Module 4: Dreaming With the Sacred Healer
Learning From Asklepian Dream Practice (May 24) (Live)

He is the archetype of the wounded healer. He is both human and divine, the son of Apollo by a mortal woman. He is deeply connected to the realm of the animal spirits. He is mentored by Chiron, the centaur.

His symbol is a long staff with a snake wrapped around it. We see this everywhere today. Our doctors still take the oath that ancient physicians dedicated to him and his divine family, though the god-names have been removed. Western medicine begins in his precinct, though it no longer honors his name and often omits the essentials of his way.

His name is Asklepios, which means “unceasingly gentle.” He is the principal figure in a tradition of holistic healing that was prized in the ancient world for over one thousand years.

The helpers of Asklepios — the original therapeuts, or therapists — and his followers looked to dreams for diagnosis, prescription and an invitation for direct contact with the sacred guide and healer. The pilgrims traveled in hopes of a big dream that would be a “showing forth” of the god (or one of his family) and might, in itself, deliver healing from complaints that human remedies could not cure.

In the Temple of Dream Healing:

Pilgrims came from all over the Greek world to the precinct of Asklepios, the man-god who personified healing. They came here to dream. Asklepios is, beyond all else, the Dream Healer. When you enter the precinct of Asklepios, if you are fortunate, you will have a dream experience that will be more than diagnosis or prognosis; the dream will be the healing.

— From Dreamgates: Exploring the Worlds of Soul, Imagination and Life Beyond Death by Robert Moss

In this module, you’ll:

Learn how dreams diagnose what is going on in the body
Understand the importance of shedding the old skin (basics of spiritual cleansing)
Discover ways to approach the Sacred Guide and Healer
Learn how to meet your animal doctors and work with them
Find techniques for building your inner Temple of Dream Healing

Module 5: Dreaming Many Lives & Many Worlds
Learning From India’s Dream Masters (May 31) (Pre-recorded Lecture) (Live Q&A and Dream Reports With Guest Faculty Wanda Burch)

In the mind of India, Vishnu is dreaming this world, which will continue until he ends the dream and disperses his dream characters — including ourselves. The god with skin the color of rain-filled clouds sleeps on a great serpent, drifting on the Ocean of Milk. While Vishnu sleeps, his mind generates dreams — and this is the stuff we and our world are made of.

A Sanskrit name for dream travelers, kamacarin, means “those who can transfer themselves at will.” The sacred writings of India are a treasury of tales of dream travel, grounded on experience. In this session, we’ll explore the teachings of the Yogavasistha, where dream travelers find that time is elastic. You may live a hundred years in a dream world and return to find that only a day has passed in ordinary time.

What is experienced in the dream worlds is real and has real consequences in the traveler’s waking world. Spiritual apprenticeship and initiation can take place in this way.

Falling Out of the Cosmic Dream of a Sleeping God:

Markandeya is a human being who is curious about what is real. He tries so hard to see beyond the obvious that one day, without meaning to, he falls out of the mouth of Vishnu, the dreaming god. He now discovers that he has spent his whole life inside the body of the god. Now he’s out there, he has a cosmic vision of the structure of the universe; he sees that everything he knew is contained within the body of the dreaming god. But this vision is too much for him; it inspires him with a trembling awe that easily shifts to terror. It’s too much for him, even though he is an evolved soul, an adept. So he climbs back through the mouth of Vishnu, back into the world he contains, and as he resumes his life there he starts to forget what he saw beyond it.

— From The Secret History of Dreaming by Robert Moss

In this module, we’ll learn from the dream yoga and Vedic traditions of India that:

We can enter dreaming as a sleeping lion
True initiation and apprenticeship can take place in dreaming
We can enter and retrieve other life experiences as conscious dreamers
When we awaken inside our dreams, we are ready to create realities
We are dreaming all the time, including when we suppose we are awake
Wanda Burch, author of She Who Dreams a Journey into Healing through Dreamwork, is a long-term breast cancer survivor, alive because of vivid dreams of warning and diagnosis. Wanda presents healing retreats for women surviving chronic illness and for women veterans. Her programs use dreams and music as gateways for claiming easily accessible gifts of the imagination that can help those suffering from illness, trauma, pain and everyday anxiety find a place where souls and hearts can mend. Her current book is The Home Voices Speak Louder Than the Drums: Dreams and the Imagination in Civil War Letters and Memoirs.

Module 6: Dreaming With the Antlered Goddess
Journeying Into Celtic & Nordic Traditions (June 7) (Pre-recorded Lecture) (Live Q&A and Dream Reports With Wanda Burch)

We are ready for a deep journey into the dreaming of the Celtic and Nordic ancestors. We will practice dream incubation and open to flow states of creativity in the realm of Sequanna, the “Fast-Flowing” goddess of the River Seine, patron of dream travelers and dream healing.

In this session, we will follow the tracks of Elen, Lady of the Dreamways of ancient Britain. We will enter the Sacred Grove and dream, wide awake, with the tree that chooses us. We’ll rediscover that in dreaming, flying is a natural human ability and that the gate to the Otherworld opens from wherever we are.

We may travel as far as the precinct of the Antlered Goddess of the North and learn from her secrets of regeneration and spiritual connection.

Return of the Ancient Deer:

I know I am dreaming. I decide to rest my dream body in a high place overlooking a vast rolling landscape of rivers and wooded hills. I close my dream eyes for sleep, and at once the landscape comes alive in a new way. Ancient deer are everywhere. Their spreading antlers are immense. They are like a walking forest.

From my vantage point, I can see that the ancient deer are returning, all over the world. They are even in the cities, though few people are remotely aware that they have come again. This gives me tremendous hope. I am awed by the return of ancient and primal powers of the Earth. They are needed.

— From “Return of the Ancient Deer” in The Boy Who Died and Came Back by Robert Moss

In this module, you’ll learn how to:

Practice Celtic dream incubation for healing and bardic inspiration
Dream with the ancient Goddesses of the North
Travel across time and space with the eyes and wings of Raven
Journey to the Otherworld through mythic gates
Practice the arts of “goodly speech”

Module 7: Dreaming With Jung
Learning From the Dream Shaman of Switzerland (June 14) (Pre-recorded Lecture) (Live Q&A and Dream Reports With Robert Moss)

Jung labored to bring together the best of Western science and scholarship with ancient ways of soul travel and soul remembering. Throughout his life, he was guided by dreams and synchronicity, and in this class, we will learn from his practice rather than his theories.

In this session, we’ll journey, like Jung, through the many-tiered House of the Soul. We’ll walk with the Sacred Guide, as Jung walked with his Philemon. We’ll meet the Shadow. We’ll discover that dreams unlock the limitless field of nonlocal mind he called the collective unconscious.

And we’ll develop field perception, as Jung practiced that as he watched the movements of wind and water, of a fox or a beetle, as he counseled his clients by Lake Zurich.

The Making of a Modern Dream Shaman:

Reading Jung’s Red Book, we see the enormity of the price Jung paid for his wisdom, and come to appreciate the extent of his courage and eventual self-mastery. This is a record of a thoroughly shamanic descent to the Underworld, and of a long test and initiation in houses of darkness from which lesser minds and feebler spirits might never have managed to find their way back.

Out of the shamanic depth of his personal experience, grounded in science and scholarship and the practice of counseling, Jung crafted a depth psychology in which dreams are central.

As dream shaman, Jung knew and insisted that dreams show us what the soul wants in life. He wrote that “All day long I have exciting ideas and thoughts. But I take up in my work only those to which my dreams direct me.” He was perennially willing both to be mobilized by dreams and to accept course correction from them.

— From Dreaming the Soul Back Home by Robert Moss

In this module, you’ll learn how you can:

Utilize dreams as research assignments
“Amplify” a dream through active imagination in the service of guidance and healing
Walk and talk with a Sacred Guide, as Jung walked with Philemon
Journey through many levels of the House of Your Life
Get a second opinion on your issues by reading the sign language of the world …


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.


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