The Three “Only” Things is a marvelous, magical book that will motivate you and open your eyes to the wonder and potential of dreams, coincidence and imagination. Part guidebook, part story-telling and wholly inspiring — The Three “Only” Things will shift your view of the Universe and your place in it. As a side benefit, you will never feel the same about being stuck in traffic or missing your plane again.
The author, Robert Moss, is a pioneer in the field of active dreaming and after hundreds of seminars and workshops, this book offers the best of his innovative techniques for problem solving, overcoming challenges, and creating the life that you desire — using both the waking state and the dream state. The guiding philosophy of this book is to stop dismissing the clues you are getting from your sub-conscious or from the Universe — stop saying “It’s only my imagination” or “it’s only a dream” and start taking these cues as meaningful occurrences and examples of an intelligent, organized Cosmos where your thoughts affect matter. With this shift, a dream becomes a possible portent or map of information, and a missed plane becomes a new opportunity to sit in the waiting room next to the key person who illuminates the next step of your business plan.
Along with actual tips and suggestions for how to capitalize on dreams, imagination and coincidence, The Three “Only” Things is loaded with fascinating and inspiring stories of past figures who have utilized these states. Some of the greatest scientists, innovators, entrepreneurs, and heroes have gotten their breakthrough or avoided disaster by paying attention to these clues. But it’s not just history — these stories are up to date and include great modern examples from business leaders, celebrities and participants from Moss’s workshops.
You only have to read a few of these stories and Moss’s own tales of “synchronicities” to have a new appreciation for the symbolism and serendipity that surround you. Dreams become rehearsals for new opportunities or challenges, the song on the radio becomes the endorsement you needed, and being stuck in traffic means you might have missed the accident that’s happening a few miles up the road. Call it “imagination” or call it “Trickster” energy, it all becomes a lot more fun and leads to a lot less stress!
There is a wealth of information in this book — how to interpret your dreams and symbols yourself, how to use “coincidence” as a source of guidance, how to heal your body or get information about what is wrong — and more. Moss does a great job of guiding us through serious topics and big “life questions” with a lot of humor and fun — and along the way helps us to find hope, magic and serendipity in our day to day lives.
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