Robert Moss has been a dream traveler since doctors pronounced him clinically dead in a hospital in Hobart, Tasmania, when he was three years old. From his experiences in many worlds, he created his School of Active Dreaming, his original synthesis of modern dreamwork and ancient shamanic and mystical practices for journeying to realms beyond the physical. He leads popular workshops all over the world, including a three-year training for teachers of Active Dreaming and online courses for The Shift Network.
A former lecturer in ancient history at the Australian National University, he is a New York Times bestselling novelist, poet, journalist, and independent scholar. His many books on dreaming, shamanism, and imagination include Conscious Dreaming,The Secret History of Dreaming,Dreaming the Soul Back Home,The Boy Who Died and Came Back,and Sidewalk Oracles.
In the first half, David Talbot, founder of Salon and author, discussed new evidence that connects Allen Dulles – the CIA’s legendary director – to the assassination of Pres. Kennedy and the cover-up of the crime.
In the latter half, pioneer of Active Dreaming, an original synthesis of shamanism and modern dream work,... More »
Pioneer of 'active dreaming,' an original synthesis of shamanism and modern dream-work, Robert Moss, discussed nightmares, lucid dreaming, and how we can direct our dreaming and use it to gain knowledge about ourselves, and find direction in our lives. First hour guest, author More »
Appearing in the middle two hours, independent researcher John Major Jenkins discussed what he sees happening in exactly two years based on the Mayan calendar, how that calendar was rediscovered and the various ways the 2012 idea has been interpreted.
Scholar and dream pioneer Robert Moss discussed dream interpretation and how the lives of historic figures were influenced by dreams. According to him, Sigmund Freud, Albert Einstein, and Harriet Tubman were some of the titans of history who had dreams...
Robert Moss, the creator of Active Dreaming, a synthesis of dream-work and shamanic techniques for empowerment and healing, made his debut on Coast. Rather than associating dreams with sleep, Moss said that "dreaming is about waking up," and that wisdom about our own lives as well as the afterlife can be gleaned from this state.