Fairies, Elves and Devas, Oh My!

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Fairies, Elves and Devas, Oh My!

327I relearn every year that I have to work with the rhythms of Mother Nature.  After 75 degree weather here today, the weather folks are calling for possible snow showers on Saturday night.  It’s enough to make any gardener crazy!  My father told me there would always be a frost around the full moon near Easter, and once again, he’s right.

As I have raked and pulled plants I don’t want in certain places (I refuse to call them “weeds!”)  and dreamed of new beds, peat moss and horse manure this week, I have been aware of the spirits of the plants around me.  Every plant on Mother Earth has a Spirit, called a Deva, who nurtures the plant and helps it grow.  Deva means “Shining One” in Sanskrit.  My responsibility is to connect with the Spirit of each plant in my yard, and ask for guidance in doing the very best I can for each plant.

I leave a section of my yard in its natural state, which is where the fairies and elves are happiest.  Sometimes, early in the morning or at twilight, I catch a movement, a glimmer, and know that the fey are watching over me!

Want to learn more about this, and get some great ideas for what to plant where and when?  Join me THIS SATURDAY, 9-11 am at Mystic Elements www.mysticelements.com.  Call (910) 799-1001 to register.  Cost is only $35.  Bring a sketch pad, colored pencils and a ruler!

Blessings,

Deb

Photo: Tara Marie-Wells Martin

By | 2016-12-27T15:28:12+00:00 March 26th, 2015|Latest News|6 Comments

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  1. Joni March 27, 2015 at 5:53 pm

    Lovely Deb, thank you for sharing ♡

    • Deb Bowen March 27, 2015 at 7:41 pm

      Thank you Joni! peace and blessings, Deb

  2. Melanie March 26, 2015 at 7:17 pm

    Welcome to our world. I can’t even think about the garden yet. (well I do yearn for it) I might be able to plant some pansies in the flower box. They can handle a freeze. Weather man says we will struggle to hit 20 tomorrow and possible snow flurries. Hopefully we will warm up soon. We have some hearty fey up here but they are anxious to get out into some sunshine just as we are. Enjoy your garden.

    • Deb Bowen March 27, 2015 at 12:41 am

      Thanks for writing Melanie, and best of luck to you when you do start your garden! peace, Deb

  3. Kate March 26, 2015 at 6:50 pm

    Deb I love this reminder! I don’t live locally – could this work as one of your downloadable classes? Just a thought. Thanks Deb in all that you do!

    • Deb Bowen March 26, 2015 at 7:06 pm

      Hi Kate, I’m planning on making it a downloadable course next week after I roll it out live. Watch for a notice about it! Thanks so much, Deb

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