Are Fairies Real?

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Mermaid funghi at  water spring

This morning Brittany told me…

“My mother left marbles, beads, and little items for the fairies that she found when she cleaned out my brother and my childhood rooms. She was so excited to give them to the fairies in the backyard. Within the next couple of days all the items were gone! She felt happy that the fairies had received her gifts.”

“Then, I found a gift from the fairies on my doormat—a tiny purple heart-shaped sequin. So I took a crystal ball garden ornament and created a giving and receiving portal by placing it in my garden. It’s a place where I can leave gifts and receive gifts from the fairy realms.”

What a great sign for our planet! I talk to more and more people who are actively seeking relationships with the fairies, nature spirits, mermaids, and gnomes… in there own sweet way.

Many of those I speak with are re-learning how to trust their imagination. Is this real? I tell them “you are not making this up.”

Fairies and nature spirits reside in the astral realms and if it weren’t for them, nature and planet earth would cease to exist. This is why I believe it is so important to engage with nature in caring ways, in conscious ways, and with respect for all life… even when the beings are invisible.

Now is the time to mend our relationship with nature.

I’ve been blessed with many magical experiences in nature and with the spirit of the lands and waters because I have opened my heart and my mind to believe. I use my intuition as a bridge to the language of nature and I allow space for child-like wonder.

I invite you to kick the grown-up out of your head and engage with some new relationships of the fairy kind… or whatever form calls you home.

 

One thought on “Are Fairies Real?

  1. What a beautiful article! I love the magical and miraculous experiences you have had with the fairy kingdom. It’s amazing what can happen when you “kick the grown up out of your head” and invite in childlike wonder, awe, curiosity, and openness.

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