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: Welcome to tonight's chat with Robert Moss. Beliefnet is proud to bring you an hour with this well-known author, speaker, and dreamworker.

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: Hello everybody and welcome to tonight's chat with Robert Moss. And welcome Robert. Your most recent book is "Dreaming True" ... how did you come to write this book?

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: Folks, Mr. Moss answers will be under this name for the time being.

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: I've been dreaming things before they happened in waking life for as long as I can remember.

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: I've come to the conclusion that our dreams give us glimpses of our future very frequently.

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: In our dreams we are all psychic. We need to wake up to the fact that our dreams contain information about the possible future and that when we use that info we may be able to reshape the future for the better.

LSheahen

asks: Dr. Moss, on Beliefnet.com you say that Harriet Tubman saw the path to freedom in her dreams. Did other famous people receive guidance in dreams?

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: Yes. The role of dreams in human evolution is part of the unwritten history of our species.

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: Harriet Tubman's story of scouting the paths she used to lead escaping paths to freedom in her dream is a wonderful example of how we can dream a better life for whole communities.

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: Geronimo, the famous Apache leader, used his psychic dreams to elude the U.S. Army for many years

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: There are plenty more examples from history, but what fascinates me, is the stories of present-day Americans who are dreaming their dreams the same way.

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: All of us can learn to dream true the way Harriet Tubman dreamed true.

bpbearly

asks: Can dreams lead you to self-healing?

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: Absolutely! Dreams offer us fresh and vital images that our body can use to stay well.

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: Or to recover from illness.

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: Every night we have access through dreams to a personal doctor who can give us an impeccable readout on our emotional, physical, and spiritual health.

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: Our dream doctor makes housecalls, warns of possible symptons years before they develop and does not charge a penny.

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: If we're not using our dream doctor's services we are crazy!

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: Dreams also show us the spiritual source of health and disease and offer keys to reclaiming soul energy and our soul's purpose.

mvolbrecht

asks: Why can't I remember my dreams?

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: Maybe you simply need to make a date with your dreams. Write down a juicy intention tonight, e.g., I'd like to meet my soulmate, I'd like to vacation in Hawaii, I want to be healed and be ready to write something down when you wake.

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: Even if you don't rememeber a dream, write down your first thoughts and feelings upon waking.

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: When we do this, we are saying to the source of our dreams, "I am here, I am ready to listen. Talk to me."

ilove2x

asks: Mr. Moss, what about using dreams to sort out events from our past in order to fully understand their impact on us?

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: this is a very important function of dreaming.

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: Dreams invite us to deal with unfinished business and reclaim energy that we may have left stuck in an old relationship or situation

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