Celeste Korsholm <[email protected]>
The name, Rowena, is familiar as a lady in King Arthur's court. Her name is also listed as an ascended master in Samuel George Partridge's book, "Golden Moments With the Ascended Masters," on the third ray of love, cohesion and gratitude. She is associated with the medieval mystic and reformer, St. Theresa of Avila, who founded Carmelite convents in Spain. She believed in absolute poverty, chastity, and obedience in selfless service to God. Lady Rowena wears a Celtic cross on her medieval headdress. Her deep, dark eyes seem to pierce through all defenses to the soul. She encourages others to follow her path of self-discipline to mastery.