When Robert Moss was three years old, after the first of his three “near-death experiences,” his parents were told, “Your boy died and came back.” The phrase “died and came back” stuck with Moss, who views it as more accurate than “near-death” — and testament to the fact that “soul or consciousness is not dependent on the physical body.”
Moss’s death experiences revealed reality to be layered and time fluid. Past and present, other worlds, and brilliant sources of wisdom were all accessible. As the creator of Active Dreaming, Moss has taught thousands to use their night dreams to improve their waking lives. Now, in his most recent book The Boy Who Died and Came Back: Adventures of a Dream Archaeologist in the Multiverse (New World Library, March 15, 2014), he eloquently recounts how he has spent much of his present life walking between the worlds and helps readers discover truths that illuminate not just the nature of life but also the paths they walk here and now.
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