A Rose in Bloom.

April 1, and 2nd  at the Hyatt in Tulsa Okla. will be rejuvenating and completely refreshing for your soul. Please come out to our b conference for women with a spiritual reflection as well as a soulful connection.


Roses are beautiful. We all know this. However what does one know about becoming beautiful in the process it takes to become as beautiful as a rose?

We all have a certain delicacy to be ourselves and it’s important to tune into our delicate nature and be fully aware of what it means to be a women and secure in our emotions, our beliefs , our thoughts and even our social circles.

We have to prioritize those needs because they help us to feel loved, appreciated and accepted; even by ourselves. There’s an emotional balance, if you will – to being complete.

There are times when the beauty  of prioritizing ourselves in this manner comes with a cost, and usually that can be costly to our  lifestyle, our intimate nature and our connections with self and others .

One of the things I have noticed in my study of “becoming beautiful” internally and externally purposed and intentional in my personal life, is that there will sometime be thorns that sway us from developing into that delicate  rose.

Roses have thorns that develop, as well. They begin looking not very dangerous, then open and sort of stay uncovered, for a very good reason. The thorns often protect the rose when it’s growing.

Yet how and why is something so beautiful and delicate often untouchable?

Thorns can be actually be a blessing, it appears  -protecting the rose   from animals eating  and devouring them. Yet if you think about it, even humans are less likely to pick them when there are thorns.

If something will cost me pain, I may try to avoid it at all costs . However maybe that’s the beauty of roses. The unavoidable pain, can perhaps cause a growth and security within, that  teaches us in ways unimaginable. And when you fully take in their beauty,  from simply observing, you are able to appreciate them all the more fully.

That is our hope for you .

This April  2016, we are going to celebrate women and share our greatest insights, come to a greater awareness of the truth  and beauty and blessing of being a woman in all her fullness. Full bloom. And in the process, you will hear  and receive some of the advantages of  ” blooming process  ” that is quite natural, and we often resist.

We hope you will be present for it because it’s a conference like none other. It’s three women speaking truths about life. Spiritual and natural truths about overcoming obstacles that attempt to or prevent us from reaching our dreams. This conference speaks to the do’s and the dont’s, the hesitations and uncomfort, and of course, the unspoken.

I believe this quote by G. Deoudis sums it up:

Roses and thorns are parts of the same plant. Somehow though, some people are concerned mainly about the roses. The rose is not on the plant for more than a week, but the thorns are there forever.
Roses are teaching that the beauty of life will bloom, once you have taught yourself the lessons given by living with the thorns.”

Grigoris Deoudis

Email us for more informations out the conference, below. jennrene.owens@icloud.com



4 responses to “A Rose in Bloom.”

  1. Kendra Avatar

    Jen, this is a beautiful introduction to what I am sure will be a powerful conference.Thank you for sharing your gift, wisdom, and experiences with the nations!

    Liked by 1 person

    1. Jennrene owens Avatar

      And thank you for visiting my dear! That’s my intent, to bless the Nations!


    2. The Blessedness of Being. Avatar

      thanks for your visit it was powerful and I plan to share some content on here. keep coming back☺️


  2. Kristi Bridges Avatar
    Kristi Bridges

    Reblogged this on Ball of Light and commented:
    here’s a woman I could listen to all day! And she will be speaking at A Rose in Bloom on 4/2/2016 in Tulsa, OK. Let me know if you’d like a ticket!


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