It’s no secret that elves are part of our lives in Middle-earth.
From angels and plant goddesses to fairies, our world is full of companions. We just need to open up our intuitions and cravings for the unusual to tap into their energies.
A little fairy went out to collect wishes and found a big dandelion. It was too heavy to fly, so she set off to take it home. The other fairies offer to help, but she is too proud to insist that she can handle it. She didn’t know, all the way back, all her wishes came to nothing. When she got home, all her wishes vanished. Disappointed, she turns to pick them up, and as she returns to each desire, she discovers stories about who and what happened.
The fairies are hard-working and take their role as Earth guardians very seriously. Pan, the god of the natural world, aided their efforts and was another ally of humanity in governing the planet. If you ever get a chance to meet Pan, which I hope you do, you will find that he is an intelligent and thoughtful man. Gentle and powerful, Pan leads Wonderland in a continual repair of what humanity has destroyed in the search for oil, precious gems, and metals, and through the process of intensive farming.
If you happen to have a cottage garden, you will be very popular with fairies. They love all plants, but especially nasturtiums, dianthus, foxgloves, daisies, daffodils, tulips, grape hyacinths, umbrellas like dill and carrots, poppies, pigeons, bleeding hearts, and of course, ferns Plants and lianas.
Three best friends set off into this world, who knows what fun and excitement they have?
Feel free to insert these fairies into your garden to attract other fairies and mythical creatures
Fairies will not only help your garden become a spiritual haven, but will also empower your heart with love, peace, and compassion. Instead of wands, they were equipped with magical dandelions that danced poetically in the air, allowing them to cast spells.
Love “Dancing with Dandelions”, one of my favorites. The beautiful dandelion brought me back to my childhood. Thanks! – Cathy Fisher
It’s really pleasant to watch the flower fairy spin in the wind in the backyard!!