Om’s Wildflower Book

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This book began as a diary of a journey I took with my husband in 2012, throughout outback Central Australia, six months after my grandmother died. Visiting places I’d explored with my grandmother in childhood, I re-discovered the beautiful wildflowers she had photographed and written about in her book “Wildflowers and Plants of Inland Australia”.

When I returned transformed from this three-week spiritual pilgrimage through remote Australia, I began writing a diary. At first, my diary entries were about the healing connection I had made with each wildflower spirit, but as time passed I found myself writing about Grandma, my childhood and our family history.

The first limited edition of this book and the accompanying card set have been very popular with my students in particular, who love being able to shuffle and select a card at random, while asking which flower spirit might be able to support them with healing, and then referring to the book for more information.

You can learn more about this book by visiting my flowerspirits.net website.

Please contact us if you have any queries or you would like to place an order.


Screenshot 2015-05-14 15.54.30$10 : E-BOOK or PDF 

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$35 : PUBLISHED BOOK

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2015-06-02 17.09.37$25 : WILDFLOWER CARDS
A deck of 26 wildflower cards, featuring all of the wildflowers in the book. On the front of each card is a wildflower photograph. On the back is the flower’s name and a list of healing mantras. Use the cards alone or with the book.



More resources…..

IMG_6070Flower Essence Consultation

Book an appointment with Omanisa so she can create the perfect blend for your needs.

 


IMG_3526Wildflower Blogs….

Read about specific flowers, or come on a virtual walk through clinic and country with Om as she communes with nature and then calls these spirits in to work with her on the healing table.


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