Dreams always tell us more than we already know. Dreaming may be traveling; you make visits and you receive visitations. Your social life may be very restricted in ordinary life, but you can be as social as you like in your dreams. I dreamed I was in Aruba the other night, lying back under a palupa on the white sand beach with the taste of sea salt and lime daiquiri on my lips.
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Dreams always tell us more than we already know. Dreaming may be traveling; you make visits and you receive visitations. Your social life may be very restricted in ordinary life, but you can be as social as you like in your dreams. I dreamed I was in Aruba the other night, lying back under a palupa on the white sand beach with the taste of sea salt and lime daiquiri on my lips. I enjoyed the full after effects of a mini vacation and did not have to pay for a plane ticket or wait for bags.
You have intuitive radar that comes fully alive in dreams. You see things happening at a distance in time and space. You check out the possible future. You see unwanted events in the possible future you may be able to avoid if you clarify your dream information and take appropriate action. You see desirable future scenarios -your dream home, your dream partner, your dream job — that you may be able to manifest if you follow the road map your dream has given you.
Read More How Dreaming Gets Us Through In the time of pandemic our dreams are looking for us, offering night cinema, destination travel, light relief, social interaction — and keys to self-healing and survival. We do this when we go dreaming and when we remember to bring something back.
In dreaming, we go to other realities, that may include places of guidance, initiation, challenge, adventure, healing. When we bring something back from these excursions, and take action in ordinary life to embody guidance and energy, that is a practice of real magic.
We can dream wide awake in everyday life, by paying attention the play of signs and symbols all around us. Through the weaving of synchronicity, we are brought awake and alive to a hidden order of events, to the understory of our world and our lives. I have published many books that are relevant to the understanding and practice of magical dreaming, and it is time to introduce the whole family.
The calendar of events beyond that will be reassessed as more information and guidance about response to this health emergency develops. In the meantime, please stay safe!
Biography[ edit ] Early life and education[ edit ] Moss survived several life-threatening bouts of illness in childhood and traces his fascination with dreaming from this time. Journalism and international affairs[ edit ] In , Moss started PhD research at University College, London , but soon accepted an invitation to join the editorial staff of The Economist. From , he was an editorial writer and special correspondent for The Economist, reporting from some 35 countries. In a paper presented to the International Institute of Strategic Studies in , Moss was one of the first to identify the emergence of international terrorism. He expanded his paper into his first book, Urban Guerrillas, published when he was Moss drafted a speech for Margaret Thatcher in January warning about the Soviet military build-up.
Conscious Dreaming by Robert Moss
Conscious Dreaming: A Spiritual Path for Everyday Life