Colette Aboulker-Muscat

Dreams and Communication

I instruct my students, and anyone dreaming of someone from the past, to call that person (if possible) and mention the dream in which they appeared. Recite the dream (inasmuch as appropriate), as it may contain a message for the friend, and the friend may in turn have a message for the dreamer. Read more »

Spiritual Practice: Welcoming the Guests of Life

Back in 1974-75 studying with Colette, she declared that we are to say “yes” to life. It is a principle and practice of the Monotheistic Spirituality. She referenced Deuteronomy 30 as a source for that wisdom.  Playing it forward to now, I came across a poem by Rumi, the revered mystic Islamic poet, called The Guest House. Here, he advises us to say “yes” to life by imaging ourselves as a guesthouse and by welcoming all visitors through our front door no matter who they areRead more »

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