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The Boy Who Died and Came Back : Adventures of a Dream Archaeologist in the Multiverse
by Robert Moss


Overview - Travels in Many Worlds with a Master Storyteller
Join Robert Moss for an unforgettable journey that will expand your sense of reality and confirm that there is life beyond death and in other dimensions of the multiverse. Moss describes how he lived a whole life in another world when he died at age nine in a Melbourne hospital and how he died and came back again, in another sense, in a crisis of spiritual emergence during midlife.
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Overview
Travels in Many Worlds with a Master Storyteller
Join Robert Moss for an unforgettable journey that will expand your sense of reality and confirm that there is life beyond death and in other dimensions of the multiverse. Moss describes how he lived a whole life in another world when he died at age nine in a Melbourne hospital and how he died and came back again, in another sense, in a crisis of spiritual emergence during midlife. As he shares his adventures in walking between the worlds, we begin to understand that all times past, future, and parallel may be accessible now. Moss presents nine keys for living consciously at the center of the multidimensional universe, embracing synchronicity, entertaining our creative spirits, and communicating with a higher Self."

 
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  • ISBN-13: 9781608682355
  • ISBN-10: 1608682358
  • Publisher: New World Library
  • Publish Date: March 2014
  • Page Count: 315


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Books > Body, Mind & Spirit > Dreams
Books > Self-Help > Dreams - General
Books > Biography & Autobiography > Personal Memoirs

 
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  • Reviewed in: Publishers Weekly, page .
  • Review Date: 2014-02-10
  • Reviewer: Staff

Moss (Dreaming the Soul Back Home) is an extraordinary guide to dreams and dreaming who also knows the power of storytelling. While not an autobiography, his book includes many personal stories and memories that offer rich fodder for the imagination—since, among other notable events of his life, he died three times, he says. His ability to normalize the idea of communication and movement between this world and the next through story, and to show how reality is layered and time is fluid, is sublime. “In dreams, we are time travelers,” Moss writes. “We can develop the conscious practice of stepping in and out of time.” Following clues of “unusual states of mind”—his own and others’—such as synchronicity, the mental twilight state between waking and sleeping, and death-like states, Moss detects the “big stories” of our lives that reside in this “multiverse” of expanded mental states. Reading this book is like embarking on a guided mystery tour through the past, present, and other worlds—and discovering the potential to transform one’s own life, as well as a path to transform the world. (Mar.)

 
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