Dreaming the Soul Back Home by Robert Moss takes you on a shamanic dream journey that you won’t soon forget. Using your dreams to look deeper into your own spiritual path, you’ll uncover things you may have forgotten about yourself.
“In this extraordinary book, shamanic dream teacher Robert Moss shows us how to become shamans of our own souls and healers of our own lives.
The greatest contribution of the ancient shamans to modern healing is the understanding that in the course of any life we are liable to suffer soul loss – the loss of parts of our vital energy and identity – and that in order to be whole and well, we must find the means of soul recovery. Moss teaches us that our dreams give us maps we can use to travel to the places where we can find and bring home our lost or stolen soul parts. He shows us how to recover our animal spirits and ride the windhorse of spirit to places of healing and adventure in the larger reality. We discover how we can heal ancestral wounds and open the way for cultural soul recovery.
You’ll learn how to enter past lives, future lives, and the life experiences of parallel selves and how to bring back lessons and gifts. “It’s not just about keeping soul in the body,” Moss writes. “It’s about growing soul, becoming more than we ever were before, embodying more of the Greater Self.” With fierce joy, he incites us to take the creator’s leap and bring something new into our world.” – Dreaming the Soul Back Home
Dreaming the Soul Back Home is a truly fascinating and spiritual book that I extremely enjoyed reading and experiencing. The closest thing that I can relate it to is the “ah-ha… ooooh” feeling I had after watching the movie “Inception” which is also about dreams.
Robert Moss wrote this book exceptionally well and is a very easy to read book. I read it rather quickly, but I am also very interested in the topic. There is a large amount of cultural references and stories from many different cultures, which I especially enjoyed reading about. There are also many stories from participants from the author’s workshops and events about their dreams and soul recoveries. Moss also includes many different exercises that the reader can use to help with their dreaming and also help with their own soul recovery.
Overall, I found this book to be one of the best books about dreaming, and it effectively illustrates how to use those dreams to help with our own journeys in life. I highly recommend this book for everyone to read that dreams, so that makes all of us. Grab the book, get comfy and start dreaming your soul back home!
* Thank you to the publisher of Dreaming the Soul Back Home, New World Library, for providing me with a copy of this book for review. All opinions expressed are my own.