So anyhoo, do you know what kind of ethereal energy you have?
Not like, "I'm exhausted ----I don't have ANY energy!"
I mean, do you know if you have fairy energy?
Speaking as a real-life fairy, I can tell you I have a feisty attitude and I like my world to harmonize with nature. Other people might have different kinds of fairy energy (air, water or flower to name a few) but this is how my days go down being an earth/forest fairy. #fairyenergy #airfairy #waterfairy #sylphenergy #flowerfairy #sundineenergy #forestfairy
First of all, I am obsessed with growing plants. My home feels like a tree house, and I have blessed my plants (I consider them members of my family) with names such as Lolita (my blood orange), Fiona (my fiddle fig), and Ruby (my rubber tree). Ruby is also the preferred dwelling place of my fairy god-mother. Who knew?!? My psychic friend pointed this out one day (just so ya know I'm not the only woo-woo one around here). And what fairy doesn't want to know they have a fairy god mother living in their rubber tree?! (insert bragging dance here).
I also have been told I've been a plant healer in past lives. (Can we say witch? These gals knew how to throw down a healing par-tay---I feel it in my blood). So when I'm doing healings on clients, I bring in the energies of plant medicine such as spearmint, lemon, rose, lime, geranium, bergamot and fennel, just to name a few. We fairies FEEL the power of plants.
I can also VISUALIZE my wings. Sometimes they feel heavy and I must turn sideways to get through the doorway (just kidding!) but I know they are yellow and orange, not kidding. The yellow brings in the sun, and the orange brings in joy, and feel these are the colors I NEED to help my fairy spirit heal... bring it on.
Another sure sign I'm a fairy is that I get annoyed if my environment doesn't feel natural. My nerve endings bristle where there is air conditioning, fluorescent lighting, chemical cleaners, unfiltered water, and synthetic candles/perfumes. And I MUCH prefer being around animals over people. I'll take goats and cows any day over a large gathering of people.
So really, when it comes down to it, all I need is just 8-14 hours of alone time each day.
I just wanna dig in the dirt, talk to flowers, feed the birds, and cook food for my family. I feel most in heaven when I'm whipping up some scrumptious stew loaded with organic veggies--- that's when I can peek over my shoulder and see my happy wings sparkle.
Are you a fairy?