The Three "Only" Things: Tapping the Power of Dreams, Coincidence, and Imagination

Have you ever said something was only a dream, only a coincidence, or only my imagination In this book you ll discover that these only things can be keys to finding and living your bigger story You ll learn to tap into the nine powers of dreaming, the nine rules of coincidence, and the seven uses of imagination You ll be inspired by stories of how innovators andHave you ever said something was only a dream, only a coincidence, or only my imagination In this book you ll discover that these only things can be keys to finding and living your bigger story You ll learn to tap into the nine powers of dreaming, the nine rules of coincidence, and the seven uses of imagination You ll be inspired by stories of how innovators and world changers have used these gifts, and you ll learn wonderful games to help you access your intuition, heal yourself, and bring juice to your everyday life.
The Three Only Things Tapping the Power of Dreams Coincidence and Imagination Have you ever said something was only a dream only a coincidence or only my imagination In this book you ll discover that these only things can be keys to finding and living your bigger story You ll

  • Title: The Three "Only" Things: Tapping the Power of Dreams, Coincidence, and Imagination
  • Author: Robert Moss
  • ISBN: 9781577315964
  • Page: 327
  • Format: Hardcover
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    • ZeN said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 13:19 PM

      A collection of fanciful ruminations about dreaming and the theory of energy work. It reads like an entire blog entry collection binded into a small book. Lacks any practical techniques and sound advice for lucid dreaming, which is what it promised but didn't deliver. If you like the idea of a simplistic motivational infomercial that rah rah rahs the idea of believing in dreaming, then this could be for you.

    • IonaStewart said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 13:19 PM

      Robert Moss is one of my favourite authors. I love his writing style with his delightful stories from his seminars, clients, and those he meets and chats with on his travels.In this book he tells us about dreams, coincidences and imagination.We are given the nine powers of dreaming, the nine rules of coincidence and the seven open secrets of imagination.Everything in life has connection with everything else. Moss dreams about Churchill and has a novel about Churchill with an Indiana Jones touch [...]

    • Stefanie Reinhold said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 13:19 PM

      A good book for someone who is getting started with the topic (dreaming/imagination/imagination-->real life). Inspiring, sampling from many sources and pointing in many directions, this book seemed like a 'candy sampler' to me. Personally I prefer a bit more structure and staying on one topic, but nevertheless I enjoyed the book and found it inspiring.

    • Julie said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 13:19 PM

      I am a huge fan of Robert Moss' teachings. This book shatters the thoughts "it's only a dream", "it's only a coincidence", and "it's only your imagination". This book is full of practical application, with enough real-life stories, both historical and modern, to satisfy my skeptical nature. Love it!!!

    • Tami said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 13:19 PM

      How many times have you wished that you knew exactly step by step how to change your life or the particular action that would lead you towards success? That perhaps someone would drop off a nice manual (with full colour illustrations) detailing exactly what you need to do to live a healthy, happy, fulfilled life. Likely, far too many. Unfortunately, there is no such text. Still, that doesn't mean there isn't an excellent resource available to us. The truth is that we have all the guidance we nee [...]

    • Kelly said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 13:19 PM

      I always enjoy Robert Moss' writing about the power of dreams and imagination. However, I found this book a little tedious after having read Active Dreaming and The Secret History of Dreams as he covers a lot of the same techniques discussed in the former and many of the same famous dreamers (I.e. Winston Churchill and Mark Twain) from the latter. Still, Moss' work helps to put me in mind of one of my favorite Rilke quotes: if your daily life seems poor, do not blame it; blame yourself, tell you [...]

    • Julia said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 13:19 PM

      My favorite Robert moss book so far. I would recommend it to anyone who is not familiar with his active dreaming techniques as a great starting point. And for those who are, this is a great reminder and has lots of practical "games" to integrate dreams into waking life. Light and easy read.

    • J. Elizabeth said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 13:19 PM

      I approached this book with a lot of skepticism, but I'm about two-thirds of the way through and I'm intrigued. The references to scientist Wolfgang Pauli and to Carl Jung are interesting, and I'm rethinking my understanding of time and space as a result of reading this.

    • Suzanne said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 13:19 PM

      I bought this book directly from the author at a workshop he gave in Ithaca on "Dreams, Coincidence, and Imagination". Robert Moss is a thoroughly engaging, sparkling, and droll speaker; we all hung, openmouthed, on his every word during his fascinating stories. The workshop was so much fun.

    • Bridgett said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 13:19 PM

      I believe strongly in the power of the imagination and meaningful coincidences, though some of the examples seemed more extreme than what you'd typically come across in daily life.

    • Noelle said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 13:19 PM

      This was a good introduction for me to the written work of Robert Moss. After listening to him speak through various audios & videos on the practice of active dreaming, I was even compelled to read the text in his accent! So it felt like he himself was speaking from the pages into my consciousness. And I think it's important to highlight the element of voice here because *hearing* Robert speak is a powerful experience, without which I think a person who only *reads* his words -- at least as [...]

    • Spider Goddess said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 13:19 PM

      I read this book after having read a few other Robert Moss books. As such, I believe I did this out of order. The other Robert Moss books I read are very in depth and detailed. This book, however, is Robert Moss Lite; it is more of an introduction to deeper work contained in many of his other books.Although much more elementary, this book was enjoyable. Robert makes many good points to introduce the reader to the fascinating realm of Dreams, and his writing style flows smoothly. Historical anecd [...]

    • Daniel said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 13:19 PM

      I like the direction that this book pushed me in when it comes to thinking about the possible meaning and significance of dreams and coincidence. I've had my fare share of bizarre coincidences and precognitive dreams, and found Moss's discussion of them being part of a plane of existence outside of standard space/time interesting and well written. That said, Moss's writing tended to bring out the cynic in me due to his frequent reference to individual case studies and questionable examples from [...]

    • Craven said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 13:19 PM

      I found out about this book when researching Conscious Dreaming. When I got it from my library hold shelf it wasn't really what I was expecting. It was a bit cheesy at times, but it interesting, nonetheless. There's a whole lot of inarguable evidence that creative people - such as Da Vinci and Mark Twain - moved through a realm of dream and coincidence that a lot of people are turned off to. Still this book has that weird self-betterment style of talking that you get into with New Age and self-h [...]

    • Carla said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 13:19 PM

      This book has such a positive approach in telling us ways to tune into our own lives through the world around us and within us. It has a spiritual aspect, almost without seeming to know it. My one caution to myself is to keep things in perspect according to my religious beliefs, so as not to turn adherance of the ideas in this book into pagan worship, but to put the ideas of this book into the context of my beliefs and use them within that context.

    • Lucas Ledbetter said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 13:19 PM

      Extremely well thought-out treatment of the relationship between lucid dreaming, synchronicity, and thoughtforms. This book helped me make a lot of connections I was having trouble seeing on my own! Very practical and informative. This is the best book I have read on the practical applications of synchronicity/coincidence.

    • Mary Mathews said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 13:19 PM

      This is fun, engaging read that encourages us to begin to notice the inklings of our intuition. They are not "only" your imagination, rather they are interior prompts from your deep self that can help you live more authentically

    • Liz Jansen said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 13:19 PM

      Every page of this book draws the reader in. Every time you read it, you gain more awareness. I enjoy picking it up and randomly selecting a few pages to read. It invariably is the section that was meant to be read at that time. No mere coincidence!

    • Elizabeth said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 13:19 PM

      Really enjoyed the humor of the author. A great book for those just getting into dream and shamanic work. Even if you are an "expert," it's still a fun book to read with a lot of great examples and case stories.

    • Harry said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 13:19 PM

      Has many suggestions for practical application in daily life. I found the overall feel inspiring and uplifting.

    • Rachael said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 13:19 PM

      This book has changed my world! Every little thing in life means something. You just have to pay attention to what is being shown.

    • Julie said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 13:19 PM

      This book was boring as hell and a vat of information rolled into one I would have finished it quicker if I didn't keep falling a sleep.

    • Ramani said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 13:19 PM

      Quick read and so much fun. Love all the coincidence stuff. Be mindful of all the sign postsd black dogs :)

    • Paula Bowers said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 13:19 PM

      I loved this book from Robert Moss. I have invited himto do a workshop in Grand Rapids next August.

    • Bonnie Pfingst said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 13:19 PM

      i loved this book - it was as if it were written for me. in fact, i've loaned it to someone and i can't recall who that person is - so i ordered another copy for myself. :)

    • Jennifer said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 13:19 PM

      Saw on a friend's blog. May contribute to focus on creativity/innovation.

    • Erika Ostergaard said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 13:19 PM

      Ok, so, I didn't actually finish it, but it was becoming very repetitive and annoying.

    • Leslie North said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 13:19 PM

      Only a dreamOnly a coincidenceOnly my imaginationThese are the 3 only thingsWonderful book.I should read it again in the future too.

    • Gloria Reiser said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 13:19 PM

      Excellent overview, and interesting ways of approaching dreams, coincidence and imagination.

    • Karen said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 13:19 PM

      Good explanatory stories

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