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

April 15, 2012

Book review

The book is a page-turner, full of immediate, useful advice that has been tested in workshops and personal consultations.

by Robert Moss

According to Moss, it is only through dreams, coincidence and the workings of imagination that we begin to remember that there is a world beyond the obvious one, a world where we reawaken to who we are and what we are meant to become.

He offers practical ways to make our dreams, imagination and coincidences more powerful and active in our lives. The techniques take only a few minutes a day, but have amazing results.

In everyday circumstances, caught up in hurry and stress and other people’s schedules and expectations, we lose touch with the deeper meaning of life and become strangers to magic, the art of reaching into a deeper reality and bringing gifts from it into the ordinary world.

With clear language and entertaining examples, the book explores the nine powers of dreaming, including: solving problems, staying healthy, discovering our best work, understanding relationships, putting our divided selves back together and connecting with our life’s purpose.

Moss teaches readers how to pay attention and work with the lessons and opportunities brought to us by coincidence. Imagination offers a way to see and create the future through visualization, teaching us that believing is seeing. Using skills that made him a best-selling fiction writer, he relates stories of famous and well-respected figures who use these methods.

The book is a page-turner, full of immediate, useful advice that has been tested in workshops and personal consultations.

$14.95 softcover, $21.95 hardcover — New World Library, 14 Pamaron Way, Novato, CA 94949.

Reprinted from AzNetNews, Volume 28, Number 4, August/September 2009.

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