BEGINNINGS Colleen Grace Clabby

Born in 1953 to Irish, Danish ancestry, Ms. Clabby grew up in the New England coastal town of Mystic, CT with seven other siblings. Thanks to a Mother who sometimes referred to GOD as “She” and a high-spirited Father, Colleen’s path was open to explore.

Following her high school interest in drama and passion for the arts, she attended a radio, TV, theater school in Boston, MA, and then went on to the Academy of Dramatic Arts in NYC. Captured by the drama of life itself, and also by a man who she met in NYC, her travels carried her throughout the world.

It was in the summer of 1987 however, when Colleen’s Mother was diagnosed with stage 4 non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma, that brought home the reality of what really mattered.

Seeking every alternative method available at the time as well as offering any means of support that her Mother would accept, Colleen’s attention was focused on healing.

“I remember standing alone in the living room of my sister Clare’s house, when suddenly, I was struck with words, powerful, commanding thoughts, that actually penetrated every cell of my being. It was about the power of healing our own body system; specifically through color, sound and vibration.”

“The veracity of those thoughts changed my own vibration. The ‘how to’ became the single motivating factor in my life.”

The next 20+ years were spent in the spiritual analysis of “how to” which became more of a sacred journey of soul searching. Learning and experiencing the power of those words brought Colleen into other worlds of reality and divine explanations.

She formed a company called Mystical Road Productions as a tool to create and support spiritually based projects. Her very first client was Colleen’s own Mother who had died in 1995.

With the help of a very talented composer and friend, Barry Goldstein, Colleen followed her Mother’s voice, went back to NYC and Barry’s studio and together they created a CD called Windfall of Life. Originally designed as a musical composition for the hospice community, Windfall of Life had its own divine plan. Accompanied by unusual phenomena directing the recording equipment, as well as Colleen’s heart and mind, the CD speaks directly to the fear of death through personal experience.



Poem of Life (author unknown)

Life is but a stopping place,
A pause in what’s to be,
A resting place along the road,
to sweet eternity.
We all have different journeys,
Different paths along the way,

We all were meant to learn some things,
But never meant to stay…
Our destination is a place,

Far greater than we know.

For some the journey’s quicker,

For some the journey’s slow.
And when the journey finally ends,

We’ll claim a great reward,
And find an everlasting peace,

Together with the Lord.


Rest in Peace by Libera

Be not afraid.  We only start again an ancient journey long ago begun that but seems new.  We have begun again upon a road we travelled on before and lost our way a little while.  And now we try again.  Our new beginning has the certainty the journey lacked till now.  Look up and see His Word among the stars, where He has set your Name along with His.  Look up and find your certain destiny the world would hide but God would have you see.

– Excerpt from A Course In Miracles – Epilogue