Not having enough money when you need it can be a burden, to say the least. Besides this, you might be plagued by constant worries about how this will affect your future. Whatever the case may be, your financial woes will be far from over until you make an honest effort to fix the problem.…

Since the early days of Kindergarten, we’ve learned the three fundamentals of education: reading, writing, and arithmetic. We know Christopher Columbus discovered the New World in 1492, and the pilgrims arrived at Plymouth Rock in 1620. Our educational system provided us the groundwork to be successful in life. But what if there was something more…

Acknowledging that your parent might need some help with day-to-day activities is a burden few of us are ever prepared for. Talking to your parents about introducing them to a professional caregiver isn’t the easiest thing in the world either. They are likely to put up fierce resistance because they perceive it as an attack…

Sleep is one of the most important functions that the human body performs. Sleep helps reduce stress and is vital when it comes to combating depression and anxiety. When people do not get enough sleep, they often make work mistakes, have difficulty concentrating and can be antisocial according to WebMD. Restorative sleep should be the…

We are all after the holy grail of happiness in life, and sometimes it can seem elusive. However, research shows it is possible to be happier, and here are five ways for you to achieve it. Practice smiling We’ll start with the easiest one first. Smiling can help to improve your mood, even when you…

Employees often deal with stressful situations at work which can affect their health negatively. Many companies have wellness programs today and they can look very different at different companies. This is a good thing because they should be relevant to employees or they won’t work. A wellness program differs from health insurance or other medical…

Do you struggle to fall asleep or sleep through the night? It can become very frustrating as a lack of sleep affects your ability to get through the day that follows the night before. You don’t have to be an insomniac to be having problems with sleep. Even someone who’s never battled with sleep issues…

It’s been known for years that there’s a link between stress and socioeconomic status — those lower in socioeconomic status tend to face greater stressors. It’s also been known that stress affects health, and that those experiencing greater levels of perceived stress tend to have more stress symptoms and face more stress-related health problems, such as heart disease, high blood pressure, and metabolic…

Stress can have a major impact on your ability to fall and stay asleep. Feelings of anxiety, worry, and tension can lead to insomnia. Sometimes the cause is obvious: a lost job or loved one, a big project at work, an examination, a divorce, a trauma, and so on. In other circumstances, the underlying trigger may…

Nowadays, a lot of people have poor sleep habits. In order to get a good night’s rest, you’ll need to get rid of distractions first. This means that you should turn off your TV and laptop, and put your smartphone on silent. It’s imperative that you get seven to nine hours of sleep each night…

Robert Moss
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Robert Moss

Robert Moss describes himself as a dream teacher, on a path for which there has been no career track in our culture. He is the creator of Active Dreaming, an original synthesis of dreamwork and shamanism. Born in Australia, he survived three near-death experiences in childhood. He leads popular seminars all over the world, including a three-year training for teachers of Active Dreaming. A former lecturer in ancient history at the Australian National University, he is a best-selling novelist, journalist and independent scholar. His nine books on dreaming, shamanism and imagination include Conscious Dreaming, Dreamways of the Iroquois, The Dreamer's Book of the Dead, The Three ""Only"" Things, The Secret History of Dreaming, Dreamgates, Active Dreaming and Dreaming the Soul Back Home: Shamanic Dreaming for Healing and Becoming Whole. His most recent book is The Boy Who Died and Came Back: Adventures of a Dream Archaeologist in the Multiverse.

Over the past 20 years, he has led seminars at the Esalen Institute, Kripalu, the Omega Institute, the New York Open Center, Bastyr University, John F. Kennedy University, Meriter Hospital, and many other centers and institutions. He has taught depth workshops in Active Dreaming in the UK, Australia, Canada, Costa Rica, France, the Netherlands, Denmark, Sweden, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Romania, Brazil and Austria and leads a three-year training for teachers of Active Dreaming. He hosts the ""Way of the Dreamer"" radio show at www.healthylife.net.

He has appeared on many TV and radio shows, ranging from Charlie Rose and the Today show to Coast to Coast and the Diane Rehm show on NPR. His articles on dreaming have been published in media ranging from Parade to Shaman's Drum.

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