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The Boy Who Died and Came Back: Adventures of a Dream Archaeologist in the Multiverse (Anglais) Broché – 4 avril 2014


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31 internautes sur 33 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
A Sumptuous Adventure! 20 février 2014
Par Wanda Burch - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I read the other five star reviews and agree with them, wholeheartedly, completely, unequivocally. So what else is there to say? I do have one story that they do not.

I met Robert Moss in my dreams when I was nine years old and when he was nine years old, when I lived in the Southern United States and he lived a world away in Australia. I was aware that I dreamed things that came true, so I woke up from this unlikely dream absolutely knowing that the dream was real and that someday somewhere I would meet the boy I dreamed about. Thirty years later Robert Moss walked into the historic house museum where I worked and asked, "Do you know who I am?" Did I? It felt like I was meeting a friend I had known all my life. Several years later Robert asked me, "What is the first dream you remember?" I shared my dream, and he shared a story - you'll have to read the book to find out both.

But my personal story of how I met Robert Moss is just a flash, a pinpoint of light in the remarkable dreaming and waking adventure of the boy who died and came back. What a remarkable story is this one; what a remarkable experience of living and dreaming, waking and sleeping, dying, returning, writing, reading, teaching, and adventuring through the multi-verse - all of this and more pours out page after page. Robert touches lives in ordinary reality in non-ordinary ways, changes people's experiences of living, really living, and shows all of us how we can access magical places in our dreaming and waking. I look forward to all that is still to come from Robert's expansive mind and from his seemingly endless ability to make mythic connections everyday in every magical moment of living and dreaming, all originating in this boy who died and came back, laden with a vision for all of us on how we can access it all, every magical moment of it.
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From Deep in the Steaming Jungles of the Multiverse 19 février 2014
Par rain cloud - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
Have you ever reached out and touched a book and known it was one that would matter? That's the way Robert Moss's first book about dreams ("Conscious Dreaming") struck me. It leapt up at me, like a baby crocodile from his native Australia. After that, I was hooked (or maybe bitten would be more accurate). Since then, I've read all his stuff.

I even met him once and hung out with him a little bit. He's even more fun than his books. I remember at one point he laid down on the floor and put himself into a shamanic trance and it was all I could do not to go under with him. I felt like one of the life boats being sucked down after the Titanic.

He has that effect on you.

He reminds me of something I once heard said about the very young David Letterman (when he was still the startlingly irreverent young guy who followed the legendary Carson), "The problem with Letterman is he's more interesting than all his guests."

Moss is a little bit like that--he's even more interesting than all the subjects he writes about. He is his own greatest creation. So, this book is a logical development, a book by him about his life. And what a life.

It doesn't surprise me he was some sort of intellectual wunderkind since he's the most well-read human I think I've ever met. Once I was in a dank old cob-webby book store run by an old crone in a dirty bath robe with a cigarette barely hanging from her bottom lip. I squatted down and on an almost hidden shelf found an old book with a half-rotten paper cover that was written by an old British gentleman who carefully recorded all of his dreams, no matter how mundane, that came true in the next couple of days.

A few years later when I saw the same book listed in a bibliography in the back of one of Moss's books I was literally dumbfounded! Is there anything the man hasn't read? If I'm reading it, he's already read it years ago and has a footnote about it somewhere.

And this book may be his magnum opus, his best, his most fascinating work. He's one of these people, like Walt Disney or Huey Long, whose life reads like fiction only more interesting because YOU KNOW IT'S TRUE.

Some people have lives that are fundamentally fascinating, for whatever reason--they hit the genetic jackpot, have past life karma so good it glows in the dark, or just had wonderful parents. Or it could be they have just the right balance of genius and madness (Emanuel Swedenborg springs to mind). The bottom line is, I like to read about them because I'd like to live a life like that. Moss has that kind of life.

And who knows, by reading about it maybe some of that "real magic" he talks about will shimmer down on us, like Peter Pan's fairy dust.

I know that's why I enjoyed this book so thoroughly.

Lastly, I'd like to point out something that may seem strange. Ever since I met Moss I've thought of him every Fourth of July (America's independence day). Why?

Well, though he was born in Australia, speaks with an accent, gallivants around the globe more than Oprah, like a lot of people who come to live here of their own free will, he seems in some indefinable way like more an American than most Americans.

Or maybe it's just the fact that when he lets his hair grow out long it looks EXACTLY like the hair of George Washington. Hey, who knows?

We should all wish him well while we can because I have no doubt some morning we'll find he's disappeared forever into the multiverse, never to return, just like Peter Pan. In that case I'd seriously advise him to steer clear of crocodiles.

Read the book, it's a blast. Best wishes to one and all.
9 internautes sur 9 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Riveting, Inspirational, Heartfelt 17 mars 2014
Par Mountain Lion Lady - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
As a Jungian psychotherapist, I've been working with dreams - my own and my patients' - for many years. I knew of Robert Moss' work and read "Conscious Dreaming" soon after it was published in the eighties. I was drawn to his shamanistic approach to dreamwork and continued to follow, from a distance, his evolution into one of the premier dream teachers and explorers in the world. Several years ago I attended one of his introductory workshops, and out of that marvelous experience decided to undertake his Dream Teacher Training, which I completed in 2013.

I remember thinking at some point that Robert's near death experiences, as difficult and traumatic as they were, were what opened him up to the gift that he was meant to bring into this world in this lifetime. And what a gift it is! Robert's ability to move easily between ordinary and non-ordinary reality is phenomenal. His expansive view of reality - past, present, future; this world and the "multiverse"- encourages everyone who is fortunate enough to be in his sphere of influence to move beyond any limited assumptions of reality they hold. He is passionate about dreams and the need for all of us to honor, explore, and act on what we come to understand from them. His energy, enthusiasm, and brilliance are truly awesome.

The book is filled with Robert's essential understandings about dreams, but what I loved most about it was the honesty with which he told his personal story. It takes a lot of courage to be vulnerable in public, in writing, and Robert has demonstrated these characteristics in a profoundly moving way. I highly recommend The Boy Who Died and Came Back.
9 internautes sur 10 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
One of the most insightful books I've read 19 mars 2014
Par Kevin Bohacz - bestselling techno-thriller author - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
I do not review many books because I am a bestselling author and feel it is not my place to judge the work of others... especially those of other bigger bestselling authors such as Robert Moss… but I could not help myself and had to write a review. This book is one of the most insightful books I have read in a very long time. I started to highlight important ideas on each page on my Kindle and soon found I would be highlighting the whole book and was forced to stop highlighting :-)) So many pages contain a deep piece of wisdom that is so casually offered up that it is easy to consciously miss the pearl you have just subconsciously received. This is far more than a very entertaining autobiography – the story of one man’s life – this is a nourishing true teaching story that can help anyone who reads it grow.
5 internautes sur 5 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Inspiring account of an interesting, rich life and beautifully written 1 mars 2014
Par Grace Osora - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I have been a great fan of Robert Moss's books and workshops for over 15 years, since I first stumbled upon "Conscious Dreaming". He is a lively and very inspiring author, workshop (or playshop you could say) leader and the work I have done with him and fellow dreamers are life changing in a profound and really fun, yet powerful and soul changing way. The best way to explain this, I think is to read this book. Robert weaves his actual physical life experiences with his inner visions, quests and journeys that allows one to see and feel into his life. It's not just a personal story though, it's so much more. It's a telling of exploration of consciousness that is easy to read and understand, but profound in all that matters to every human on this planet. Reading this book, I feel like I am waking up more and more, feeling life force and stirrings about my own path.
The work Robert Moss presents as he travels all over the world is very important, but accessible to all of us. Doing the work, you must be prepared for the gift of your bigger self!
There are many techniques the author uses in his books and workshops, and it is a joy to see how he developed many of them along with his friends and loved ones.
I recommend this book above so many other "dreaming books" by many other authors on the subject, it is full of heartfelt emotion, knowledge and guidance that can be utilized. I so appreciate Robert Moss letting us into his full life story! He's written many wonderful useful books, fiction as well, (Interesting to see how one developed for him in this book) I hope there are many more to come!
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