Daniel Stone is an international teacher, director of a retreat centre, visual artist, and author.
The Dreamer Who Dreams You - Daniel Stone Daniel Stone has travelled extensively and studied with shaman of worldwide cultures. From England to the Far East, Australia to South America, he shares wisdom that he has accumulated from his teachers and shows how he has integrated this wisdom onto his own outlook and inner perspective. His artistic and musical talent has added to his ability to connect with what 'is'. The text is peppered with practical exercises designed to widen the reader's perspective and increase awareness. The author shares his own journey into shamanism which at times takes him candidly beyond his own conscious understanding to an inner 'knowing' that is 'felt' without intellectual thought or reasoning. This book shares experiences that were previously only available through direct interaction with tribal shaman or elders. But now, as the energy of our planet is in transformation, we are offered through this book, simple teachings which liberate an inner wisdom that has always been somewhere in 'our' consciousness at the point where we connect to 'the' consciousness. The simple truths Daniel Stone shares can be repeated practised and ultimately will lead you to a greater awareness. From the initial creation of our planet, to the vastness of the expanding universe, we are offered a way of perceiving 'reality' as if in a dream - albeit a conscious dream - and for those who wish to take responsibly for their own dreaming, (creating) readers are encouraged to embark upon their own journey into shamanism; a journey that reveals your inner shaman as the dreamer who dreams you. (June-Elleni Laine) This book is a bit like Dr. Who's tardis. Stepping through the door we find a whole world of information, setting out the wisdom Stone has gleaned through his considerable travels. This book respectfully links into many spiritual traditions, weaving them together in a central theme of the magical mechanics of life. (Jan Morgan Wood, Sacred Hoop magazine.)