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“Working with Naomi was like

having someone who is for  you, 

who keeps seeing you and

accepting you. I couldn't have

written the book without Naomi.  

She is truly my fairy godmother

of writing.

~ Katayoon Zandvakili: author,

My Beautiful Impostor









"Naomi has provided unwavering support, profound mirroring, and

has gently guided and encouraged

me, again and again, to write from the place of my true and authentic self.

In the process, I have come into relationship with my deepest

creative self, after a lifetime of longing and disconnection from it. This gift beyond measure I attribute

in large part to Naomi's soulful,

loving, supportive and wise guidance."

~ Carolyn Shoshana Fershtman,

Ph.D., Psychologist; author,

Carrying Joseph's Bones









“Naomi Rose has been instrumental

in keeping the project of the book

I'm writing alive. Her insight, understanding, encouragement,

and caring have helped me to remove confusion, show me a path, and keep me inspired and going. No one else I know could have aided me in such a way.”

~ Billy Weprin, author,

Gifts of the Day















































































“ Naomi encouraged me to do the joyful thing, instead of the things I think I should do. This was very affirming. And I felt heard, in a very strong initial way. It's different from trying to write a book on my own, because it feels like what I'm doing

is being done in relationship.

~ Shirley R. McGinnis, author, Sometimes Love Is Enough  



Writing from the Deeper Self

"Bringing Your Treasures into the World . . ."

Naomi Rose
Book Developer

(510) 653-ROSE / (510) 653-7673 

This page features the most recent

Writing from the Deeper Self newsletter,

put out by Naomi Rose to her readership.

To go to the Home Page of the Writing from the Deeper Self website, click here.

To see the earlier, archived newsletter articles, click here.


June 2012


        1. Introduction: "Real Success: In Praise of Vulnerability"

           2. Feature Article:  "Please Yourself"

          3. Dark Innocence: Former client Rahima Warren's book gets

               triumphant review

           4. Rose Press Books & Flower Essence Remedies

               "The Creative Process" Series / The "Money & the Inner Life" Series /

                The "Healing" Series / Flower Essence Remedies for Writers &





In Praise of Vulnerability

A quote about success was sent to me that brought me to near-tears ~ not because it was a new thought, but because it echoed my own, then went further. It's this:

"The planet does not need more 'successful' people. But it does desperately need more peacemakers, healers, restorers, storytellers, and lovers of every shape and form. It needs people who live well in their places. It needs people of moral courage willing to join the fight to make the world habitable and humane. And these needs have little to do with success as our culture has defined it." ~ David Orr

Do you get as many emails about being successful as a writer/marketer/promoter as I do? Have you bought into the view that you are only successful if your book is on the best-seller list? Have you taken into your cells the prevailing view that writing a book is only 5% of the operation, marketing and promotion being the other 95%? Have you thought, "I might want to write a book, but what's the point?" Or opted for the "paint-by-numbers" template? Have you lost sight of the reality that you yourself are the treasure?

I've been looking into the matter of vulnerability, recently ~ something our culture does not tend to bring out into the open and see as human, shared, inevitable. Vulnerability is meant to be avoided if possible, and kept under wraps if not. And yet where would all the great art have come from, without it? All the great relationships, loves? How would we find our way into the heart of God except through our own vulnerable hearts?

Vulnerability is not synonymous with self-pity. It is a transparency to ourselves, a willingness to be present to what's there, and let that be seen rather than covering it over with a good-looking image. It is essential for intimate relationships (though often difficult). And it is essential for writing from the deeper Self.

One of the things I always loved about Ram Dass was how vulnerable he made himself. His errors, flaws, missteps were all shared, and he seemed to feel that this, too, was spiritual guidance ~ to show what the ego-traps were, what not to do. Behind perfectionism, something I have worked with in myself to open up for years, lies vulnerability.

What if we decided to lead the culture, rather than follow it? To lead it simply by being true to ourselves, by being real. Doing this for our own sakes, still it would have a reverberating effect into the culture, giving an alternative to the sleek bodies and perfect abs image of supermarket magazines. We would say to one another, "What an extraordinary adventure we share, this being human!" And that "extraordinariness" would not be only about climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro, or white-water rafting. It might simply be the great deep adventure of feeling what is here.

When a person decides to become a writer ~ or at least to write one book ~ she or he becomes a voice for the readers' hearts. The only real way to do this is to be intimately with your own heart: to write as you are moved to, to search within and find deeper strata of what makes you human. It is then that the divinity also inherent within you has room to show itself, touch you and others. All this is part of what I mean by "Writing from the Deeper Self."

My current and past clients have all gone through this courageous experience, and their writings show it. In every case, whether fiction or nonfiction, memoir or how-to, something of the writer's own vulnerability essentializes and permeates the writing. That is why it can travel heart to heart. In my view, there is little point in writing any other kind of book ~ if for no other reason than that the writer gets to be transformed.

I hope you enjoy this issue of the Writing from the Deeper Self newsletter. If we hold "success" more loosely, and allow it to be connected with the expression of our deepest nature, we cannot fail to touch ourselves, many people, and God.

Wishing you sweet times,

Naomi Rose





There is a new and trumpeted concept about writing a book that has been gaining popularity in our commercially based time. And that is that one should not even begin writing a book until one already knows the intended market (the niche of people who will read it). There is even, among marketers, an exhortation to write the book's back-cover copy before writing the actual book, so that a direct bull's-eye hit with the intended market will take place.

But trying to learn how to write a book from marketers is like looking to toy manufacturers to learn how to raise your child. (a) They have a special interest to promote, and (b) what do they actually know about raising children? If they really understood the profundity and delicacy of caring for and cultivating a human being, would they be using children to make money?

There is even a "paint by numbers" approach to book writing. I've read the ad copy. It eagerly explains that there's a formula to writing a book (they may be referring to nonfiction books), and all you have to do is buy their template and fill in the blanks with your own material. (I'm guessing that writing the back-cover copy to appeal to the intended market first is part of that.)

If a Book Starts Out as a Product, Your Productivity May Double but Your Soul Is in Trouble

The commercialization of what has the possibility of being a profoundly transformative journey (for you and, later, for your readers) is a great disservice to that which underlies our concocted view of reality. When a voice comes to you in the wee hours of the morning ~ a whispering voice, an exhorting voice, even a voice that suggests "something's not right, here; this isn't exactly the life I'm supposed to be living" ~ what it asks for is a journey beyond your usual concepts about yourself, your life, and Life itself.

That you do not know exactly what to do in starting to write a book is not only common, it may actually be required. If you knew it all already, you would not go on the journey. And going on the journey is an essential part of discovering who you are, what you are made of, how your particular ray of light reflects and illuminates the larger Light. As someone said, "If you don't give your gift, we won't have it." And if you try to write a book to appeal to some idea of a market niche, instead of being as utterly true to what's in you as you can, you won't get to find your gift. The gift reveals itself in the journeying.

Two things caused me to think along these lines, in coming up with this month's feature on writing from the deeper Self to share with you. One is that a client I have been working with for about two years, now, has realized that she is finding her own voice through the process of writing her book ~ finding her true voice for the first time. And as we looked back on where she was when she began and where she is with her book now, we both realized that it was only by taking the leap of faith and staying as true to herself each time she wrote, each time we met, that the unfolding of both her message and her unique manner of writing it has had a chance to happen.

For example, in the early phases, because the book initially was going to be a book version of her Ph.D. dissertation, the tone was essentially intellectual and objective. It posited her views, and gave back-ups from others in the field. But as she stayed with what was arising ~ both in the writing and within herself ~ it became clear that this subject, while also broad and applicable to many people, was simultaneously quite intimate; and that her own experiences, impressions, and voice had an essential part to play in bringing the book to life. As I received the writing in progress (a role I take on willingly and gratefully), I reflected back to her where I was most drawn into the material, most moved and internally galvanized. And this relationship, too, gave valuable mirroring to that place within her that really wanted to be part of the writing ~ to include and please herself ~ but had been trained to be discounted. At this point, the book (still in progress) is so magnificent, uniquely itself, and deeply healing that I cannot wait to be able to share it with pretty much everyone I know. And my point is that it never would have existed in its current incarnation, if she had set out to define her market niche and write to that.

The second thing I want to share with you about how the gift reveals itself in the journeying has to do with the mystical saying, "I was a hidden treasure and I longed to be known." The reference to this "I" is the Divine ~ God ~ the Beloved ~ the Creator ~ suggesting that in being the sole essence of all that is, there was an intrinsic loneliness, a longing for a beloved. And so, out of the perfect Wholeness of God, you and I and everyone else, everything live, was created, so that we might become conscious of the Being that called us into being, and in that way have a Lover-Beloved relationship.

"I was a hidden treasure, and I longed to be known."

But how can we know this hidden treasure? And where is it hidden? Ah, that's the real question. And the answer, though simple, is not always a quick, direct route. The treasure is hidden in our very own hearts.

How to find it, then? We begin on a journey into our own being. We unpack the casings and fortifications around our hearts, so that they again become living, beating, communing. When we hear a call from within our hearts ~ whether to write a book or do something else ~ we set about to listen.

Listening to the book seeded in our hearts, much like gardening, involves being delicate with that new and fragile impulse; watering it with our attention and interest; believing it, even if it goes against what we have believed so far, or if it seems to ask of us something we don't currently feel adequate to. Answering a call of the heart is a sacred mission, and writing a book can house and hold and open up this mission as well as many other ways.

"I was a hidden treasure" ~ how have you hidden your treasures from yourself? When you long for some fulfillment, do you look inside? Who do you think is there, inside, if not the Beloved seeking to be known? Writing a book from the deeper Self does not mean that, at the outset, you know exactly (a) what you are going to say, (b) how you are going to say it, (c) who will buy it, (d) how much money you will make from it, (e) and so on. All these matters-in-the-world will come later, when your book is already born ~ a live being reverberating with your intention, findings, concentration, passion, longings, mistakes, reparations, and prayers. Indeed, that very aliveness is what will bring the next chapter ~ the chapter of your book in the world ~ into focus.

To go about writing a book as if who you are, and what you discover along the way as you write your book, do not transform the world you then bring the book into, is to write a product. To assess what is needed, what people will buy, and then ~ from that same consciousness ~ to write a book fitting those parameters, is to scope out the existing market (the market with the existing consciousness) and sell to it. But to write a book with the intention-hope-prayer of being true to that voice that calls you to the journey is to step into a life you haven't exactly known before. It only becomes known because you are stepping into it. And this is one way in which the "hidden treasure" fulfills the longing to be known.

I hope I am getting this across. It is so important for anyone seeking deeper meaning, value, and expression in their life. It is the journeying itself that brings about a book that will reverberate in readers' being, touch their lives, open their hearts, lead them closer to their own hidden treasure. That is the gift you can give ~ by giving yourself to the call that calls you to write a book; by becoming and embodying the treasure you are.

Recently, someone shared a quote with me from a remarkable architect, Christopher Alexander, who set out to find, in architectural forms, a universal and intimate expression of unity itself. Something he said (it was about the esthetics of architecture, but I believe it also fits what I'm saying, here) is worth sharing with you. It is from the chapter called "Pleasing Yourself," in his book, The Luminous Ground :

"In order to create living structures, we must please ourselves.

This single prescription covers the whole environment, covers everything essential. If you want to create transcendent unity-true living order -- you need to please yourself. And you need only please yourself. But you must please yourself truly . And to do that you must first discover your own true self, come close enough to it, and listen to it, so that it can be pleased.

Does this sound absurd? And does it sound too easy? It is not absurd. And it is that kind of 'easy' which is so hard that on most days it is almost undoable, because to do it we have to break down every resistant force that remains in us. To reach the ultimate I, the transcendent ground of all existence, you have to reach yourself. To make the great work, you have to do that thing which lies in you like a small child, not hidden, just waiting there, and pushed aside, every day of your life, so that you never realized that it is, after all, this which waits, this which is the ultimate of which we are capable [boldface mine; end quote]."

In the face of this possibility ~ this urgent call that comes not only to us (in the wee hours or whenever) but also from us (our seeking) ~ why would we settle for the empty calories of a formulaic, commercially based, outwardly oriented attempt to please and sell books to some generic idea, some "market"? When we can use our own selves as the archeological digging ground, searching for treasure that wants to be found ~ and that, once found, turns out to be a living part of all other hearts, all other aspects of this Creator wanting to be known, lying in wait in the hearts of our readers-to-come.

If you want to write a book ~ if the call comes ~ take it seriously. It's not about fame and fortune, though that may accompany your experience. It's about finding what you've always wanted most deeply, which is hidden right inside you ~ and having a way to bring it out, through the process and form of writing a book.

As this work, through me, told me its name over 25 years ago: "Writing from the Deeper Self: bringing your treasures into the world."

The world your book will enter, once written in this way, will be a different world than if you had written only to produce; only to sell. It will be a world informed by, pulsating with, blessed by this gift that you have, in your devotion, brought into being.

To explore writing your book and having my loving, adept support as your Book Developer, contact me at 510-653-7673 (510-653-ROSE) or I will be honored to listen to you, and see what you want from there.

Copyright © 2012 by Naomi Rose. All rights reserved.


Copyright 2012 by Naomi Rose. All rights reserved.

3. "DARK INNOCENCE " ~ Former client Rahima Warren's book gets triumphant review

Fantasy novel rings a true chord for our own healing journey

"A book, too, can be a star, a living fire to lighten the darkness, leading out into the expanding universe." ~ Madeline L'Engle

Sitting together in my light-filled room, years ago, author Rahima Warren and I spent many hours going over her manuscript for Dark Innocence, the first book in a fantasy trilogy called The Star-Seer's Prophecy. Rahima initially had a vision of a character called "Kyr" who would undergo the most abject of tortures, then turn out to be the savior of a beautiful but usurped land. She tried to get this character out of her head, but when he wouldn't go away she surrendered and started to write his story. Almost 400 pages later, the book is done and in print.

A stunning example of what can happen when a first-time book writer perseveres despite doubts and fears, Rahima not only completed the book but also found her footing as a writer. Bringing this together with her decades of experience as a psychotherapist, Dark Innocence spins a tale that is at once richly unexpected and intimately revealing of the reader's own inner being on the road towards true healing.

A recent review of the book by Harris Smart has this to say:

"Retrieving the Light"

"Dark Innocence is the story of a therapeutic journey cast in the form of a fantasy novel. Rahima Warren, a psychotherapist, writes, 'Wishing to share what I have learned on my journey, I originally thought I might write a self-help book or a memoir. But what emerged - unplanned and in a creative, passionate torrent - was this fantasy trilogy.'

The true import of the book is summed up by a quotation at the beginning from Viktor Frankl, the concentration camp survivor, 'What is to give light must endure burning,' because it is a narrative about the healing ordeal its hero, Kyr, must undertake in order to find his humanity after a life which has begun in the most hellish of circumstances.

Kyr has been born into world dominated by an all-powerful sorcerer, the Soul-Drinker, who has banished its rightful divine power, the Goddess, and turned it into a horror of suffering and evil. The Soul-Drinker's power is resisted by The Circle, a secret group who seek to overthrow the sorcerer. They are inspired by an ancient prophecy promising the arrival of an heroic Savior.

Kyr is this unlikely source of redemption. Born and raised as a slave of the Soul-Drinker, subject to a life of cruelty and degradation, he manages to break free and to begin a process of becoming human within the wisdom and protection provided by The Circle.

As a fantasy narrative, this novel can take its place amongst Tolkien and the best of science fiction writers such as Ursula LeGuin. It is a well-sustained, exciting and suspenseful narrative written in a lucid and powerful style. As one comment on the book says, 'This riveting story is a call to awaken, to face the unfaceable and to find the heart of humanity.'

This book certainly invited me to reflect on my own journey and the extent to which I could relate to the process which is expressed through its symbols, metaphors, actions and characters. While Kyr's situation is an extreme one, I feel that most people will find in the story a journey towards redemption which will touch on their own.

Dark Innocence takes place in a fictional society, and yet it may show us something about what we might heal, change and develop in our own society. For example, how might we devote more energy towards healing and forgiveness, and less towards punishment and vengeance? How could that change our society overall?"


Dark Innocence is available for $16.95 (print) and $12.95 (ebook). Published by Rose Press, the book is available from as well as from and


4. Rose Press Books & Flower Essence Remedies

"The Creative Process" Series /

The "Money & the Inner Life" Series /

The "Healing" Series /

Flower Essence Remedies for Writers & Readers


Rose Press: Books & Other Fragrant Offerings to Bring You Home to Yourself offers you books in three series: “The Creative Process,” “Money & the Inner Life,” and “Healing.” Each one of these books will assist your flowering.

In “The Creative Process” Series, we have my book, Starting Your Book: A Guide to Navigating the Blank Page by Attending to What's Inside You, and the Process Notebook.

Starting Your Book

A Guide to Navigating the Blank Page

by Attending to What's Inside You

Starting Your Book

This book is a mirror in which to see your own treasures, and to truly realize that you (not techniques) are the most essential thing about writing your book. When you can make contact with your limitless inner treasures (by slowing down and listening, for example; by finding your unique creative pathways; by being willing to not know everything right away), there actually is no effort to writing. It comes as a natural outgrowth of your openness, your willingness, your interest, and what your heart wants to speak. Starting Your Book is the nurturing teacher you always dreamed of that would coax and praise you to reveal your heart.” ~ Linda Eckmann

This book is available in print for $17.95, and as an ebook for $12.95.

For more details / to purchase, click here.

Process Notebook

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This Process Notebook accompanies Starting Your Book, and enables you to go more deeply into this “attending to what's inside you” process, and actually track your own creative process as you write your book. In this way, you become more at home with, and intimate with, the unique creative person you are, and therefore can more easily navigate writing a book (or anything else) based on who you actually are, how you actually work, what you actually want.

This ebook is available for $14.95.

For more details / to purchase, click here.

In the “Money & the Inner Life” Series are my books, MotherWealth: The Feminine Path to Money and The Portable Blessings Ledger: A Way to Keep Track of Your Finances and Bring Meaning and Heart to Your Dealings with Money. (There is also a book-in-progress as a sequel to MotherWealth, called Living in MotherWealth.)


MotherWealth: The Feminine Path to Money

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This book tells a story about how underneath the life we live that we don't feel fully at home in is the possibility of an entirely different life ~ more loving, more abundant, more at home in Being ~ but that most of us get to this underlying life through loss, pain, and, often, initial fear. When that underlying life can break through our self-limiting ideas and patterns, we have everything we need. Told as a story from my own experience, since stories convey heart-to-heart what cognitive approaches only skirt around, MotherWealth will touch you, illuminate your heart, and likely bring forth an understanding of your own inner life and relation to the Feminine, and even start connecting that with your relationship to money.

“Naomi is a princess weaving straw into gold. There are very few books being written today that come close to this kind of genius.” ~ Judith Avalon, author, Entering into the Heart of the Mother.

This book is available in print for $17.95, and as an ebook for $12.95.

For more details / to purchase, click here.


Living in MotherWealth

Living in mother wealth

The sequel to MotherWealth, Living in MotherWealth is still in progress, and I'll let you know when it's ready. Its premise is that MotherWealth is too fulfilling a place just to visit. It's a place to live in. This book shows us how.

For more details, click here.


The Portable Blessings Ledger:

A Way to Keep Track of Your Finances

and Bring Meaning and Heart to Your Dealings with Money

This is something I first came up with years ago, when I realized that I needed to be able to track my finances down to the penny (something financial advisors often counsel, but at the time I found impossible to do). Being, at that time, much more of a “right-brained person” (I have since activated many left-brain cells), I felt that if I could bring the human experiences involved in my personal finances into the picture ~ if I could see the workings of my inner life, as I spent money and tried to earn money, and even thought about money ~ I would be able to sustain the tracking part, and even begin to understand the relationship between money and myself (not as an abstract concept, but in a more engaged and lived-out way). So I put together a “Portable Blessings Ledger” (since blessings were also what I was seeking, in this realm) and started using it. It turned out to be so helpful, on so many levels ~ tracking finances, understanding my relation to finances, and yes, seeing umpteen blessings in my financial experiences, now that I was looking ~ that I have stayed with it all these years. Now it is available for you, too.

$12.95, ebook only.

For more details / to purchase, click here.

In the “Healing” Series are two amazing books by two amazing healers: Healing Civilization, by the renowned Chilean psychiatrist Claudio Naranjo, and Dark Innocence: Book One of The Star-Seer's Prophecy, by retired psychotherapist Rahima Warren.


Healing Civilization

Healing Civilzation

by Claudio Naranjo, MD

In this remarkable book, consciousness pioneer and renowned psychiatrist Claudio Naranjo brings over 30 years of transformational work with individuals and groups into the societal realm, in hopes of diagnosing and remedying our collective ills. I think he succeeds. After exploring with characteristic brilliance and cross-disciplinary beacons of investigation why it is that we as a civilization are in so much trouble, in so many ways, especially at this time ~ he comes up with a single root behind all these problematic manifestations. And this root, he says, is not only active in our collective history; it also exists in our own minds. We have been conditioned to carry around the seeds of our own destruction.

However, there is also good news: we can change this. We can change it not only by how we educate our children, but we also can change it from within. And the way he presents this healing transformation, it actually can be done.

I have worked with the essence of this book in my own life since I first edited it, then published it, and I can attest to the profound healing of my “internal civilization” that arises when I take Dr. Naranjo's prescription. If enough people did ~ whether private citizens, or governments ~ we would indeed have a civilization that would support the best in us and in what is possible for humanity. “Claudio Naranjo is at the forefront of those seeking to transform the world. For anyone wanting to make a difference for the better, Healing Civilization is a must-read!” ~ Michael Toms, President and Host, New Dimensions Radio

Print edition only, $19.95

For more details / to purchase, click here.

Dark Innocence

(Book One of The Star-Seer's Prophecy)

by Rahima Warren

Dark Innocence, by retired psychotherapist Rahima Warren, is a gripping fantasy novel (the first of a trilogy, The Star-Seer's Prophecy ) that follows an unlikely hero's journey to free an entire land from the grip of an evil sorcerer's legacy, and restore the balance of male-and-female that the Star-Seer's Prophecy foretold. But for this hero, Kyr, to make this journey, he first needs to be freed from the sorcerer Dauthaz's grasp (potent even after Dauthaz's death), and learn both to realize the extent of his abuses (both received and given), and to forgive himself and his abusers.

As we follow his path from subjugation to abuse to becoming a courageous young man who can trust in love and have the strength to bring about the fulfillment of the prophecy, something positive happens in our own hearts. For Kyr is us in the extreme, and his healing ~ chronicled with rich, sensory language and a profound understanding of the wounding and healing of the heart ~ is our hope, because it is our own healing too. A daring, taboo-breaking, visceral, intensely moving novel. You won't be able to let go of this book, any more than it will let go of you.” ~ Jodie Forrest, author, The Ascendant, and The Rhymer and the Ravens

This book is available in print for $17.95, and as an ebook for $12.95.

For more details / to purchase, click here.



Flower Essence Remedies for Writers & Readers

Bringing the flower theme and the healing theme together, I have designed a series of healing flower essence remedies for anyone wanting to write a book (or shorter work), and also for readers of Rose Press books. These flower essences are gentle yet effective balms for the feelings, thoughts, spirit, and even body. They have been around for at least 80 years (beginning with the work of Dr. Edward Bach in the 1920s), with wonderful results.


Remedies for Writers: What I have done is to bring my detailed knowledge of the book-writing process, and common obstacles I have observed in my clients over the years as well as myself, and found flower essence remedies from around the world which, when blended specifically, address these obstacles and dissolve them. So if you are wanting to write a book, there are flower essences to take you all the way through the process, from beginning to end. There are 9 essences for writers:

"The Writer's Muse"  ~ "Confident Expressions"  ~ "Flow"  

~ "Seeing the Big Picture"  ~ "Coming in Closer"  ~

       "Self-Compassion: Rewriting the Past"  ~  "Going the Distance"  ~ "Revision: The Gift of Refinement" ~

"Shining Star: Letting Your Light Come All the Way into the World"

Remedies for Readers: There are also 7 flower essences for readers, so that when you read any of the Rose Press books, you can use a flower essence designed to enhance the benefits and nourishment of that book.

For “The Creative Process Series : So in reading Starting Your Book and the Process Notebook, it will help you to also take the flower essence, “You Are the Treasure You Seek.”

For the “Money & the Inner Life” Series: When reading MotherWealth, you can take the flower essence, “MotherWealth.” You can already take a flower essence that distills the wisdom of Living in MotherWealth, even though this book is not yet in print. This flower essence is called “Being Will Bring You All You Need.” And when working with The Portable Blessings Ledger, you can take the flower essence “The Joys of Keeping Track.”

For the “Healing” Series: When reading Healing Civilization, you can take the flower essence “The Inner Family.” And when reading Dark Innocence, you can take the flower essence, “Forgiveness and Self-Forgiveness.”

And one for reading any book at all:

"The Reader's Gift" ~ to help you absorb what you read so you receive lasting benefits.

For more details on all these essences / to purchase, click here.

Purchasing flower essence remedies

All these flower essence remedies are available in ½-oz. dropper bottles, shipped to you directly. If purchased separately, they are $15 each. If purchased with the book they accompany, they are only $12 each. There are also discounts for buying in bulk, or purchasing the entire series.

For details, see Rose Press ( The “Books” page will lead you to a page devoted to each book. The “Flower Essence Remedies” page will tell you all about the remedies for writers and for readers. When you find what you want, the “Shopping Cart” page will take you through the process of making it your own.


May your garden bloom!



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