Allow Deborah Roth to guide you in her unique 'spiral of divinely feminine wisdom' in order to bring out your own.  You will find reverence for every aspect of your being and be beautifully equipped to create intentional rituals that will embed that reverence as everyday grace.  This is a beautiful book for a beautiful you.

Laura Berman Fortgang
Author of The Little Book On Meaning and The Prosperity Plan
Circle of One is a user-friendly handbook for creating meaningful and fun rituals that empower women to stay centered and take extraordinary care of themselves. Deborah Roth is a true wordsmith; while reading Circle of One I felt as if Deborah was sitting right at my kitchen table sharing her wisdom with me over coffee. In Circle of One, she has distilled the vast wealth of academic, feminist, and earth-centered literature into a friendly interpretation of the Divine Feminine. This wonderful guide has touched me deeply and has inspired me to reclaim my center and to practice sacred SELF-Centerdness on a daily basis. A must read!

Terri Levine
The Business Growth Guru
Circle of One empowers each reader to honor and celebrate herSelf, and provides practical guidance for doing so throughout the year. To help us find sacred moments in today's world of endless multi-tasking, Deborah Roth reminds us to slow down and embrace ourselves with intentional nourishment. How delicious and sexy is that?!

Diana Daffner, M.A.
Author of Tantric Sex for Busy Couples
Thank Goddess for Deborah Roth! Her new book, Circle of One has reconnected me to the rhythms of nature, released me from the false belief that as a woman my needs come last, and empowered me to create my own sacred SELF-Centered practice of self care. Thank you, Deborah, from the bottom of my heart and from the center of my own now-well nurtured Circle of One!

Diane Gottlieb, M.A., Author, Copywriter
Circle of One tells the story of the ancient feminine wisdom that resides in the heart of every woman.  It is a guide into a rich experience of expressing that wisdom. As a New Thought and Interfaith minister I found Circle of One to be a dream come true.  As I lead and counsel women and groups of women, this book will be a resource that I refer to and recommend continuously.

As I read Circle of One, it occurred to me that when I left the religion of the past that no longer worked for me, I also left the ceremonies and rituals that I sorely missed.  Somehow Deborah Roth reached into the craving of my feminine heart and provided a magical treasure for me to excavate and explore. The treasure of meaningful ceremony and ritual I can intuitively create is now in my experience.

Circle of One reveals what women have been starving for and yet what we have known all along.  Deborah reminds us of a lost history of ourselves and invites us to bring the ancient into our present.  How wonderful that we can share what our ancestors knew with our daughters and granddaughters.

What some may consider magic Deborah Roth has grounded in historical fact and personal experience. It is our feminine truth that we've allowed to be culturally covered up.  Circle of One now shines a light that leads us into our own sacred inner dwelling, our natural feminine selves.

Rev. Marsha Lehman, M.Ed., M.A.
Masterful Mentor, Passionate Minister, Fiercely Loving Life Coach
This beautiful guide belongs on every woman’s virtual bookshelf. Deborah Roth’s Circle of One is a heartfelt, practical tool for living at your strongest, most fulfilled and most effective. Her open, conversational style, deep understanding of women’s history and roles, and low cost methods are encouraging and easy to work into the busiest of schedules.

Though I have been working on self care for years, I found new information and wonderful practices to incorporate.  Suggestions are organized by the days of the week and seasons of the year, stages of a woman’s life, and typical rites of passage such as marriage, divorce and job loss and not-so-typical ones such as embracing menarche. I particularly enjoyed the ideas for connecting my Circle of One with others in a “Circle of Oneness.” Thanks to Deborah for touching my heart and sharing so many lovely ways to honor the sacred in daily life and to fortify my commitment to be all I want to and can be.

Deborah Imershein, Transitions coach, Editor, Energy Therapist
This book comes to me at a time when I am seeking a change, or at least a stretching, in my life, craving more meaning and depth in my work and relationships. Deborah’s deeply personal style feels like getting encouragement and great advice from a close friend. Her candid telling of her own journey towards a strong Circle of One makes me feel like I can get there, too. The book gives me a new framework and language for thinking and talking about the cycles of my physical body and their connection to the daily, monthly and seasonal cycles of the earth, as well as to the cycles of my life, as I move through middle age.

I grew up feeling like an Amazon, in a negative sense of being too big, because I was always the tallest girl in my class. Deborah’s book offers me different tools to draw on. I can think of myself as an Amazon Queen, regal and sexy, vital and feisty! Instead of “middle aged,” I am at the climax of my life, a powerful catalyst for change! I can look ahead to a mellower, more reflective, but not unpleasant denouement as a wise woman crone. But Deborah’s book not only reframes for me the denigrated divine feminine, she also teaches me how to put action to these more positive perceptions of my changing body, life transitions and the passage of time. She gives me concrete suggestions for rituals to enact to mark the changes in my life, both large and small, and how to make even day-to-day life more holy and sacred.

Since I read this book, it has stayed with me, resonating throughout the various components of my life. I thought about it as I moved a statue of Kuan Yin, the Chinese goddess of goodness and mercy, into the foyer of our new house, to imbue it with a divine feminine presence. I thought about it as I made a small “rock garden” in my office so that I can offer colleagues a sacred stone for comfort when they are troubled.  I thought about it as I underwent dental surgery and was able to reframe my perspective away from decline and decay, and towards reflection and renewal. I even enacted a small ritual to say goodbye to the tooth that had served me well for so many years! This book flows, and if you flow along with it, you will find yourself discovering and creating the sacred in the mundane, and unleashing your own divine feminine power in everyday life.

Kari Olson, Ph.D, Researcher, Columbia University
Circle of One presents a concise and practical how-to journey toward a deepening spiritual practice that many women are searching for. Deborah Roth not only leads you though how to do this, but she also explains the process and history behind various practices and traditions. You will learn not only how to do create your own Circle of One, but also understand why it is special and has deep meaning and how it nourishes your spirit and soul.

Carolyn MacLaury, Artist and Poet
Circle of One is wonderfully grounded in the resources and processes that Deborah Roth has gleaned on her path towards becoming a woman's guide and coach.  Circle of One:The Art of Becoming a Self-centered Woman gave me lots of ways to handle stress, and the S.E.L.F.  acronyms are great affirmations. I am a big fan of how she described the transformative process of change, rebirth, growth and its benefits. As someone who has been circling and working on myself for a couple of years, the simplification of ritual and bits of women's history left me more secure in my personal power. This is a great un-bogged-down guide book for women looking to create security within themselves. The ending new and full moon guidances are priceless.

Alison Levy
It's not always the case that a wonderful person writes a wonderful book, but in the case of Deb Roth and "Circle of One" that's just what's happened! Deb's book reflects her defining qualities of fierce intelligence and deep warmth. She shows keen scholarship in her analysis and design of rituals for all phases and aspects of life. The obviously genuine caring that she displays for the reader, and the stories she weaves, makes the book enjoyable, meaningful, and accessible. While the book is clearly aimed at a female audience, I can tell you as someone with a Y chromosome that it deeply impacted me as well and made me reflect on what I am doing (or not doing) to nurture my Self - my Circle of One.



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Author of In Case of Emergency
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Circle of One is a user-friendly handbook for creating meaningful and fun rituals that empower women to stay centered and take extraordinary care of themselves. Deborah Roth is a true wordsmith; while reading Circle of One I felt as if Deborah was sitting right at my kitchen table sharing her wisdom with me over coffee. In Circle of One, she has distilled the vast wealth of academic, feminist, and earth-centered literature into a friendly interpretation of the Divine Feminine. This wonderful guide has touched me deeply and has inspired me to reclaim my center and to practice sacred SELF-Centerdness on a daily basis. A must read!

Terri Levine
The Business Growth Guru
Thank Goddess for Deborah Roth! Her new book, Circle of One has reconnected me to the rhythms of nature, released me from the false belief that as a woman my needs come last, and empowered me to create my own sacred SELF-Centered practice of self care. Thank you, Deborah, from the bottom of my heart and from the center of my own now-well nurtured Circle of One!

Diane Gottlieb, M.A., Author, Copywriter
This beautiful guide belongs on every woman’s virtual bookshelf. Deborah Roth’s Circle of One is a heartfelt, practical tool for living at your strongest, most fulfilled and most effective. Her open, conversational style, deep understanding of women’s history and roles, and low cost methods are encouraging and easy to work into the busiest of schedules.

Though I have been working on self care for years, I found new information and wonderful practices to incorporate.  Suggestions are organized by the days of the week and seasons of the year, stages of a woman’s life, and typical rites of passage such as marriage, divorce and job loss and not-so-typical ones such as embracing menarche. I particularly enjoyed the ideas for connecting my Circle of One with others in a “Circle of Oneness.” Thanks to Deborah for touching my heart and sharing so many lovely ways to honor the sacred in daily life and to fortify my commitment to be all I want to and can be.

Deborah Imershein, Transitions coach, Editor, Energy Therapist
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