Review – Wells of Wisdom

Wells of Wisdom

Author: Noreen Jameson
Cover: Noreen Jameson
Independently Published
ISBN #978-1-105-58963-8

In the name of the Highest Being …
without beginning, without end …
the Eternal Being …
(from the book)

This is the second in a series of books by Noreen Jameson (aka Maven Noreen). In her first book (Petals of the R.O.S.E), she gifted us with channeled wisdom from various Guides, Angels, Guardians, and the Fae. This book is excerpted from her personal Book of Wisdom, a book that she has been keeping for over forty years. It comes from many sources, and can be considered Ancient Knowledge or Wisdom.

The holistic knowledge shared in this book is wisdom that Maven Noreen has but to use in her own life. She likens the answers that we seek to pieces of a puzzle, given to those that will listen and share, at various stages in their life.

She begins with a well thought out discussion on what metaphysics is, and the thought that all paths lead to recognition and remembrance. She notes that working on ourselves is the most important work that we can do. She encourages the reader that by following their joy, abundance will follow. Most important of all – revelation comes through experience.

“We have to forget what we learned in this dream before we can remember.” (from the book)

Side note: The Divine in this book is referred to as Godde. This spelling incorporates both the feminine and the masculine aspects of the Divine.

Maven Noreen addresses such things as symptoms of awakening (how important for our times!), attributes and characteristics of being Highly Sensitive, Lightworkers and Lightwarriors, and much more. What I really appreciate is that she takes the information from the mental realm into the physical world, which is the world that we all experience it in.

The wisdom in this book is presented through several different avenues: Crystals and Gems, Essential Oils, Herbs/Supplements/Foods, Energy-healing and Alternative Modalities, Centering/Meditation/Prayer, and more.

A sample from Gems and Crystals reads:


Physical – Amber absorbs negative energy and transmutes this to positive energy thereby helping the body to heal itself. Helps with tissue revitalization, and is also good for throat, kidneys, and bladder, and teething pain in small children.

Mental/Emotional – Amber bestows wisdom, balance, and patience on the wearer. It brings calming and cheering influences and helps you to feel freedom from care. Amber is a stone of good luck and happiness, which encourages creativity.

A sample from essential oils reads:


Almond oil, the symbol of wakefulness to the Egyptians, is used extensively in prosperity rituals by anointing candles and money, as well as added to money incenses.

A sample from Herbs/Supplements/Foods reads:

Willow Bark (and Meadowsweet, Wintergreen)

Willow Bark is the original source of aspirin (salicylates, salicylic acid) and naturally relieves pain and inflammation. Other herbs, such as Meadowsweet and Wintergreen, are also rich in salicylates. (Apples also contain salicylates.)

Caution: If you are allergic to aspirin, it is advised that you do not take aspirin-like herbs.

This small (130 page) handbook is one of the best written, most inclusive books that I have read on taking responsibility for ones-self, and working in alignment with the natural world. I highly recommend it to anyone looking to align their four worlds (mental/spiritual/emotional/physical) with the natural world.

“Wells of Wisdom” can be purchased here –

© July 2012 Bonnie Cehovet

3 comments on “Review – Wells of Wisdom

  1. Lisa says:

    Seems a great addition to someone’s magical library indeed Bonnie!

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