This post is going to contain a Fairy Card Message and a little fun surprise…
A lot of people have been asking me what herbs attract faeries and what a Fairy Garden is. After seeing many orbs and different faerie figures, I felt confident enough to answer the question, as I would love everyone to experience what I am with them. If you haven’t seen a faerie yet, it may be because your energy needs more fine-tuning, they find it hard to cope with any negativity as that does not exist on their realm. Try a simple Ten Minute Meditation like this.
The video is one hour long, but feel free to shorten it to suit your needs. Holding your intention on what you want to perceive, helps bring that thought to fruition. After all, that is how Magic works. Creating energy and transmuting it.
They appear to all who believe, and even more so to those who believe and have a faerie garden. I hope this will be as fun for you, as it was for me.
I will add a few example of faerie gardens and herbs…
Herbs & Flowers Fae Love
- Mint: All varieties of mint. Spearmint, Peppermint, it doesn’t matter. They are sweet and have a really light aroma. They attract all kinds of butterflies, moths and when it is quiet enough… fae too.
- Rosemary: They have a fresh bathroom-like scent and are excellent to add to home-made shower gels, soaps, and shampoos. Their fresh aroma invites all kinds of mysterious wonder.
- Daisies: They are a summer staple and look just like a faerie’s bed.
- Classic English Bluebell: Hyacinthoides non scripta, or English bluebells, are dark violet blue and very fragrant. They bloom downwards and are a-typical of what normal faerie images depict.
- Thyme: Highly aromatic and a mix of sweet and pungent, this herb is a faerie’s playground. They get attracted to flavourful herbs and flowers, making this a staple not only for the kitchen but your faerie garden, too.
Za’atar: This plant is popular in the Middle East and the Mediterranean and has many varieties – any will do. They have a peppery scent and can withstand heat.
- Lemongrass: If you want to feel constantly like you’re in a Spa environment, this herb is the one to choose. It is refreshing to steep in water and smell, and grows pretty easily.
- Jasmine: This is probably my favourite flower of the moment. The aroma is very sweet, strong, and sedating. It has been dubbed by the Telegraph to be as “calming as Valium”. Fae love feeling warm, safe and calm. Plus, this can be used as a nice necklace, which was very sacred to me growing up, watching certain family members with Jasmine-filled-necklaces.
I found this lovely story on Jasmine’s restorative properties on one of my favourite aromatherapy websites. If you have any stories to add, or visible therapeutic experiences with healing plants, faeries, and fae please share them. I love a good exchange of information.
A woman lies in her bed, she is ill and though her loved ones are caring for her, she doesn’t seem to notice them in her distress.
As the lights burn low and night is at its deepest, there comes an ancient spirit in the guise of a wise old woman into the house where all are sleeping now, save for the sick woman who is battling for her life.
The wise old one comes and sits on her bed, takes her hand and from them flows a river of the oldest love, the love of life, soothing the woman in body, mind and soul, and healing her, turning the tide.
Sometimes with all the negative energies in the world, it can be hard to remember that we all come from Divine Love.