In the late 1960s, when I was a teenager living in New York, I started keeping a journal, which helped me to order my thoughts and emotions as I navigated the challenging waters of adolescence.  I also started recording my dreams.  Eventually, my interest in dreams grew.  I wanted to know what the symbols meant.  I looked at a wide range of books, but the psychological approach to dreams never resonated with me, so I just kept going with my dream diary, figuring one day I’d find the Rosetta Stone.   That day came when I was 28 years old.   I went to a metaphysical bookstore in Albuquerque –  The Brotherhood of Life – to look for a book that my husband wanted on esoteric anatomy.  They didn’t have it, so I decided to spend a few minutes looking around. I spotted a book titled “Watch Your Dreams” by Ann Ree Colton, and, ever hopeful, opened it up.  The subtitle was “A Master Key and Reference Book for All Initiates of the Soul, the Mind, and the Heart”.  I was stunned.  It had never occurred to me that dreams had a spiritual significance! I bought the book.  “Watch Your Dreams” was indeed the key that opened the door to the world of dreams for me, and also led me to my spiritual Teachers, Ann Ree Colton and Jonathan Murro.

“Through the desire to unite one’s self with Truth and with the Real, the Guardian Angel and the Recording Angel will work to initiate one to a perception into the third and little known aspect of one’s nature – the soul and the dream.”  Ann Ree Colton