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Flower A Newhouse

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Flower A NewhouseFlower A Newhouse was born Mildred Arlene Sechler in the May of 1909 in Pennsylvania. She never really seemed to accept her given name, telling her parents from a very early age that her real name was in fact Flower, they however preferred the name that they had given her. She lost her father when she was a mere six years old, and her mother remained on her own for two years before remarrying. It wasn’t long after this that a still pre-pubescent Mildred/Flower claimed that she had encountered her guardian angel. She said that the angel had told her that he was going to take control over her spiritual development. Aged thirteen she was still persuading her mother and step father to call her by her true name of Flower, and they finally relented.

An Independent Mind

Flower had a strong independent streak and she grew and developed exactly how she wanted to. Her intuition never seemed to let her down, her family were the first to notice this and soon began to follow Flower’s instincts whenever they could. In 1924 she described a new encounter with another spiritual entity who she said had called himself John the beloved. This time her family believed her story instantly, and did as the spirit had bidden and moved the family to California.

Flower found employment in a department store but began to pass on all that she had been taught by spirit two nights a week. Before long she gave up her job to teach full time. While speaking at an event in San Bernardino in 1933 she met the man who was to be her future husband; Lawrence Newhouse. He was to spend the rest of his life assisting her in her teachings. It was in this year too that Flower published the first of her booklets entitled ‘The School of Life’.

Spiritual Enlightenment

At this point in her life Flower knew that she was the result of several different incarnations that had allowed her to become an influential teacher to humanity. She found that he was in contact with many different spiritual energies from nature spirits to spirits from the higher realms. She knew that her main calling was to enlighten people about the ministry of angels. Once married, Flower and her new husband began to tour America building a substantial following. As a result she put together and published a regular newsletter to keep all of her followers up to date with what was happening in both her world and in her work with spirit.

In 1940 Flower found a suitable area of land to build the centre that she had always dreamed of; Quest Haven, a spiritual centre. Her followers started to settle around her so that they could be close to the centre in order to attend the regular events that were held there. For her remaining years she focussed on making Quest Haven into everything that she had envisioned. She summarised her teachings into set lessons which could be taught by others after her death. Flower passed away in 1994.

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