Robert Waggoner on Lucid Dreaming

Robert Waggoner is a well known figure in the world of Lucid Dreaming. Waggoner is President-Elect of the International Association for the Study of Dreams (IASD) and a summa cum laude graduate of Drake University with a degree in Psychology. For the past seven years, he has co-edited the quarterly journal, Lucid Dreaming Experience , and most recently has written a wonderful book titled Lucid Dreaming: Gateway to the Inner Self.

In an interview with www.world-of-lucid-dreaming.com, Robert Waggoner explained: “Over the years, I began investigating lucid dreaming’s potential deeply. Through experimentation, I realized lucid dreaming could be used to get ‘unknown’ information; apparently from the deeper part of yourself or some kind of collective unconscious. Moreover, lucid dreaming could be used to explore deep spiritual concepts, focus healing intent on your body, seek out telepathic and precognitive information and learn about the nature of reality (from the unique perspective of being aware in the dream state). In my book, I take lucid dreamers to these deeper aspects of lucid dreaming, and show them how experienced lucid dreamers approach these topics successfully. It’s simply mind blowing.”

If you enjoy this subject or authors like Robert Moss, you will really like this book! The author has clearly been “walking the walk” for years. Through stories of experienced dreamers and techniques, he encourages the reader to master lucid dreaming and explores the many uses for it.

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Lucid Dreaming & Astral Travel in the Early Church by Robert Moss

Early fathers of the Christian church were in favor of active dreaming and astral travel. Tertullian, who famously observed that “most people derive their knowledge of God from dreams” urged Christians who found themselves in captivity, perhaps on the way to martyrdom, to get out and about in their astral bodies: Though the body is shut in, though the flesh is confined, all things are open to the spirit. In spirit, then, roam abroad; in spirit walk about, not setting before you shady paths or long colonnades, but the way which leads to God.

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“Pick up, Sunshine”: when our dead become family angels

Once they are free of their physical bodies and physically-oriented assumptions about the rules of reality, our dead can become extremely helpful and reliable psychic advisers, since they can see across space and time quite easily. We have this ability too, but while we are encased in physical bodies and self-limiting beliefs about physical laws and linear time, we often forget to use our ability to see beyond these things.

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Active Dreaming: The Essential Training with Robert Moss

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Check out this 12-Week Online Program with Robert Moss on The Shift Network: N ew Live Training Starts Thursday, December 10. Active Dreaming offers a synthesis of contemporary dream work and ancient shamanic methods of journeying that allow you to be fully of this world while maintaining constant contact with “the world-behind-the-world,” where the deeper logic and purpose of your life is found. Active Dreaming is thus a way of remembering and embodying what the soul knows about essential things: who you are, where you come from and your sacred purpose in this life and beyond.

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Aboriginal Dreaming Into the Dreamtime

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Aboriginal Australians believe that we dream our way into this world, and dream our way out of it. “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.

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A New Course from Robert Moss on the Shift Network

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A New Workshop with Robert Moss on the Shift Network ! Opening to the World-Creating Power of Your Imagination Learn to harness the most creative power you have within you, the power to sculpt your reality as you want it to be. Apply the principles and practices of dreaming to your waking state to shift your perceptions, journey for higher guidance, heal your body and add the “champagne fizz” back into your daily life. The Dreaming Wide Awake training offers you a portal into a new realm of spiritual practice

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International Dream Adventures with Robert Moss

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International Dream Adventures with Robert Moss: Dream Teacher Training Level One. For the first time, Robert is offering this important training in the Czech Republic. Sessions will be bilingual, in English and Czech. In the magical house of Maitrea, just round the corner from Old Town Square in Prague, the format will be new. We will offer the Level One training in 2015 in two four-day modules, from May 21-24 and from September 24-27. more

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Dreams: Reconnecting Us To The Sacred by Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee

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We are hungry for the sacred, for meaning to return to our lives. And this meaning is waiting within us–the sacred is present in the symbols of our dreams. But first we have to create an inner space that is not corrupted by outer desires, purify ourselves and our intention. In the Native American tradition the individual often had to fast and be purified by a sweat lodge in order to be ready to fully experience the inner world. Any dreamwork, but especially spiritual dreamwork, requires a continual attitude of inner attention and a commitment not to use the energy of the inner for personal gain. Dreams can reconnect us with the sacred but only if we learn how to be receptive and respect their symbols and images.”

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“Paleopsych 101” by Robert Moss

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Robert Moss describes himself as a dream teacher, on a path for which there has been no career track in our culture. He is the creator of Active Dreaming, an original synthesis of dreamwork and shamanism. Born in Australia, he survived three near-death experiences in childhood. He leads popular seminars all over the world, including a three-year training for teachers of Active Dreaming. A former lecturer in ancient history at the Australian National University, he is a best-selling novelist, journalist and independent scholar. His nine books on dreaming, shamanism and imagination include Conscious Dreaming, Dreamways of the Iroquois, The Dreamer’s Book of the Dead, The Three “”Only”” Things,The Secret History of Dreaming, Dreamgates, Active Dreaming and Dreaming the Soul Back Home: Shamanic Dreaming for Healing and Becoming Whole.

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Island Woman on Dreaming with the Animal Spirits by Robert Moss

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When we discover any possible power animal connection, we want to (1) study the natural habits and qualities or the animal (2) track it through folklore, mythology and spiritual traditions (3) learn from the animal itself, by journeying to it, and then with it (4) feed and honor the animal in our bodies and our lives. I want to let one of my great teachers on this subject speak to you on this subject. She is a true “wolf woman”. Born Huron, she was adopted by the Mohawk as a child and became the mother of the Wolf Clan of the Kanienkehaka (People of the Stone, as the Mohawk call themselves in their own language) and a powerful atetshents (dream shaman). She called me from across time….

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