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 other professionals who use visualizations in their work. Imagery acts as the bridge between mind and body - subjective and objective reality. It frees us from constricted habits, thoughts and feelings to discover and act on our inner wisdom. Colette drew from many sources to create these powerful visualizations including: Nature, the Bible, Taoism, Sufism, scientists, philosophers and poets.