More Tips for Connecting with the Faeries
I SO LOVE this post by Laura, since it is very near and dear to my own Faery heart. Laura and I often speak of the “Faery Rules” with each other and how important they are in our own lives.
Whether you believe or not, you may find this to be a delightful post to tickle your inner child. But I do caution you, not to take a Faery for granted. You will be showered with magickal blessings and delights when you play fair with the Fae.
This is a follow-up post to my earlier Quick Tips for Interacting with Faeries. Today’s post goes more in-depth and answers some questions and concerns readers, clients and local people have raised in the past nine months. If you’ve not read the previous post, you might want to glance through it, since it covers the three Faery Rules: “No Rudeness,” “Respect, Not Control,” and “A Person’s Word is Bond.” Today’s post assumes at least a basic understanding of these rules.
How do I know what a faery considers “rude,” and what happens if I accidentally offend a faery?
At its most basic, “rudeness” means failing to show good manners. Ask before you take. If you wish to form (and maintain) a friendship with a faery, approach them kindly and with respect for differences in culture and expectations. If you need a favor, then don’t expect or demand it for…
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