The Encyclopedia of Mental Imagery
By Colette Aboulker-Muscat
Compiled and edited by Dr. Gerald Epstein, M.D. and Barbarah FedoroffLOOK INSIDE!
Awarded One of “Best Spritual Books of 2012” by Spirituality & Practice
The Encyclopedia of Mental Imagery contains over 2,100 original mental imagery exercises drawn from the work of the great 20th century spiritual master and healer, Colette Aboulker-Muscat. It is both a manual of spiritual teaching and a rich treasury of powerful healing images that can be used as a daily source of inspiration, transformation, and healing. This collection also serves as a resource for therapists and the many other professionals – acting teachers, life coaches, writing journal seminar leaders and others – who find that imagery is an important element in their widely varied fields of work. Imagery acts as the bridge between mind and body – and between our everyday world and inner subjective reality. Imagery frees us from habitual thoughts and feelings so we can heed our inner source of wisdom. As we re-imagine ourselves, we are empowered to change our lives, transform our consciousness, and act creatively. Colette drew from many sources to create these powerful visualizations including: Nature, the Bible, Taoism, Sufism, scientists, philosophers and poets.