By Robert Moss
Our earliest poets have been shamans. at the present time as within the earliest occasions, real shamans are poets of attention who comprehend the facility of music and tale to educate and to heal. They keep in mind that the appropriate phrases open pathways among the worlds and draw nearer the gods and goddesses who desire to pass though us.
Robert Moss brings this historic bardic culture to lifestyles during this selection of poems and tales that flow at once from goals and shamanic adventures within the world-behind-the-world. You’ll be carried right into a truth the place every little thing is alive and wide awake, the place tigers and bears can lend you their kinds and raven and hawk may give you their sight, the place the ancestors are speaking, conversing, and the gates to the Otherworld open from anywhere you are.
You’ll wake up, via those pages, to how shamans use poetic speech to name the soul again domestic, into the our bodies of these who've misplaced important strength via discomfort or trauma or heartbreak. You’ll shuttle to the Island of No soreness the place misplaced girls and boys are stored secure. And you’ll discover ways to make the go back trip, and sing the misplaced soul again into the physique the place it belongs.
Robert Moss is a novelist, poet, historian, and lifetime dream explorer. for a few years he has taught and practiced energetic Dreaming, an unique synthesis of dreamwork and shamanic concepts. His many books contain awake Dreaming: a non secular direction for daily life; Dreamgates: Exploring the Worlds of Soul, mind's eye, and existence past demise; the 3 “Only” issues: Tapping the facility of goals, twist of fate, and mind's eye; and the key background of Dreaming. His novels comprise the three-volume Cycle of the Iroquois—The Firekeeper; hearth alongside the Sky; and The Interpreter. He lives in upstate New York.
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