The Courage to Be Who I Am
Publication date: December 2006
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Meet Mary-Margareht Rose and fall in love with this playful pixie-like lady, who has become one of Sedona's most celebrated healers. No one could have been more surprised than Mary-Margareht-Rose herself when she accidentally stumbled upon her extraordinary healing gifts. As a shy little Jewish-Italian girl from California, she was abused and made to feel insecure. As an adult, she had to search for her place on a planet that had not yet acknowledged the healing power of the God Source. Physic healing was relegated to the realm of "gypsy fortune tellers" and meditation was for yogi's on a mountaintop. This book is rich with teachings and anecdotes delivered with humor and humanness, by a woman who followed her heart and learned to listen to her inner voice; in the process, transforming every obstacle into an opportunity to test her courage to manifest her true identity. From the Publisher It takes much courage to be, and become, who we are. Often, especially if we discover our uniqueness at an early age and it seems to frighten or offend others, it seems much easier and more comfortable to follow in the footsteps of our elders. Why not settle for the programming delivered by our parents, teachers, ministers, rabbis and other authorities? What better way to secure a place of acceptance and approval? And yet - for many, it is not possible to hide - at least, not for long. The inner voice is too powerful, too demanding. Restlessness, rebellion - even illness - deliver the message that we cannot or will not settle for less than who we really are, and who we passionately yearn to become. Mary-Margareht Rose's life story resonates with the same pain, suffering, self-denial, determination, set-backs and break-throughs that belong to anyone who has chosen to search for inner truth and connection with the God-Source or highest self, NO MATTER WHAT IT TAKES. Her journey toward the light resonates with the experiences of every person who has chosen to "be still and know." And like other seekers of inner truth, Mary-Margareht Rose soon discovered that once the journey was launched, there was no going back. She had to do what she had to do, to weather the storms and suffer the consequences.