Alone with the One

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Gerald Epstein, May 7, 2000 - Poetry - 112 pages
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This collection of profound yet simple poetry comprises a Jewish manual on the art of living and the path to enlightenment. The poems propel the reader on an inner journey of self-discovery.

The author is Madame Colette Aboulker-Muscat, a 91 year old spiritual teacher who lives in Jerusalem. Colette's words illuminate fundamental themes of spiritual life that resonate across all traditions. In these poems, the Light of imagination becomes the vehicle to transcend time and live every instant fully. In the space of timelessness, we may touch Spirit.

The poems form a ladder that guide the reader from darkness into light and from illusion into truth. Titles from the 86 poems include: "My Blue Angel; " "Eating the Menu Instead of the Meal; " "An Earthquake of the Mind; " and "The Being of Light". Destined to become a classic text of spirituality, Alone With The One speaks in the pure language of the heart.

 

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Contents

The Queen of Light Gerald N Epstein
9
The Only One
22
Jewel of the Night
35
Unbounded
48
No Separation
49
Holy Convocation
62
Doors of Perception
75
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Alboukler earned degrees in psychology, sociology and philosophy.

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