When everything has consciousness, reality expands exponentially
Years ago I learned that everything has consciousness. I was 11 years old when I read the book, Touch the Earth: A Self-portrait of Indian Existence, compiled by T.C. McLuhan. I didn’t know it then, I didn’t know it for years to come, but that book framed my understanding of the world around me. Flash forward to the late 1980’s and early 90’s. I’m reading The Nature of Personal Reality, Jane Roberts, channeling the Seth consciousness. It was a powerful touchstone for me, opening me up to the understanding that humans have access to the vast expansiveness of the planet and Cosmic field. Yet, many had forgotten how to connect to the unseen, to engage through conscious awareness, to view all things as sacred.
In 1991, I bought a home on 22 acres in southern Maine, and moved there with my 4-year old son, and my German Shepherd, Fresca. The land was full of spirits. I saw them everywhere; they called themselves the Original People. To see and interact with them was to admit that the the nature of my personal reality was shifting.
This new connection, along with other experiences I was having, left me spinning, floating above the ground. I was giddy with excitement, but unable to maintain embodiment as my consciousness expanded. I knew I had to anchor my burgeoning awareness into my physical body. To be able to make sense of and space for what was emerging, I needed tools to help me actualize my life. I also had to let go of old stories, religious indoctrination, wounds and trauma. I began to learn about energy healing, the chakras and aura.
Where am I going with this?
Recently, I shared a post on my personal Facebook page about Pat Noone, the Fairy Whisperer. The YouTube video will introduce you to Pat, and his experience with a fairy kingdom on his farm. In my post, I made an off-the-cuff comment that I should tell some of my experiences from the 30 years I’ve been working with energy. I got an unexpected barrage of requests to share my stories. I’ve curated a list of wonder-full experiences that resulted from:
- cultivating conscious awareness, embodiment, sovereignty and curiosity
- a profound and inspiring understanding of unity
- acceptance that what we can see, feel, hear, taste and smell is only a portion of what exists, and what we can access
- extensive experience with ceremony, communion and interaction with All That Is
The truth of the matter is, all of us have the capacity to cultivate connection to energies and realms that co-exist in different vibrational fields.
A bit about me
If you don’t know me well, know this. I’m not a New Age ‘woo woo’ type at all. I started there 30 years ago, but it didn’t resonate. Too ungrounded, too platitudinal, not enough pragmatic thinking or conscious behavior. I am and always will be in the world with my feet on the ground. Yet my ability to play in the field of conscious awareness is pretty huge. It’s been one of the primary cultivations of my life, and it’s why I do what I do.
In the early 2000’s, I began keeping bees with a friend and neighbor. Honeybees are very high vibration creatures; it’s extraordinary to work with bees. They’re a unified field, and it’s clear that each individual is responsible to the whole. Watching them work, learning how they communicate, observing their complete commitment to the well-being of their hive, shifted and expanded my reality again. I was studying Collective Consciousness, Unity, Community by observing and working with bees. Each hive was a unique eco-system; no two were ever the same.
The Fairy Kingdom
One summer evening, my beekeeper friend and I decided to try a glass of Mead, wine fermented from honey. I love bees, but I don’t love honey, so I wasn’t sure what I’d think of Mead. We opened the bottle and poured two small glasses. It was sparkling, tasty, but a little sweet for my palate. Once we’d finished our glasses, we headed out to my field to check out the greenhouse that my husband and I were building. As we walked down the hill, I started feeling buzzy. For me, buzzy is often an indicator that my conscious awareness is shifting.
Standing inside the greenhouse frame, I rested my hand on a metal rib, and instantly felt like my consciousness had been sucked into a long tube. I was being pushed out the opposite end. I maintained my awareness and presence in the greenhouse, while simultaneously accessing another realm of consciousness. I had entered the fairy kingdom. In essence, the fairy kingdom vibrates in a separate field or realm. ‘Normal’ reality and fairy reality exist in the same physical place, though usually ‘normal’ reality is all that is consciously accessed or perceived.
If you watched the video I shared earlier, Noone’s description of his fairy kingdom is quite different from mine. I’m not judging that, or making either of us right or wrong. I fully believe his experience, which is based in his traditions, beliefs and understanding. I fully believe mine, which is based in my understanding of conscious awareness, unity and potentiality.
I described what I was seeing to my friend. There were fairies everywhere. They were male and female, scurrying and flying about, though I wasn’t aware of wings. They were vibrant, intelligent and communicated easily with one another. I could hear their conversations, and I seemed to understand what they were saying, though I retained none of what I heard in ‘normal’ reality. They were aware of me, but they didn’t interact or engage with me. I was acutely aware of my friend standing right next to me, yet I also felt miles away. The land was the same, it was my 22 acres. but it had a very different vibration in fairy reality. After about 15 minutes, my consciousness returned to normal reality and the fairy kingdom was gone.
Vibration & resonance
I believe the little glass of Mead, the vibration of honey and honeybees, and my excitement about the greenhouse created a portal into the realm of the fairy kingdom. The fairies allowed me to witness their reality, one that is higher vibration than our own. I believe I traversed the divide between their reality and ours, as I moved through the tube-like portal. My body remained in normal reality, my consciousness participated in both realities.
Fairy Kingdom revisited
Later that Spring I visited my friend’s greenhouse to visit her and commune with all of the seedlings and plants she was starting for her farm. Her greenhouse is a very high vibration place, all that plant energy, the sunlight, her love and care for each and every seedling. Walking through the door, it happened again. I entered the fairy kingdom. There were fairies tending plants, singing (a very high-pitched vibration). I looked at my friend and said, the fairies are here. When I saw her smiling face, her bright, twinkling eyes, I realized we were in the realm together, and it was not a strange experience to her at all!
What do you think? Can you imagine being in two realities concurrently? Do you have any stories to share about the fairy kingdom?
4 thoughts on “Bees, Mead & the Fairy Kingdom”
When my grandson was still a baby, my daughter in law was concerned about the energy in his bedroom. It felt like an energy leak that needed to be sealed in one corner of his room. I cleared the space with a pendulum right before I rocked him to sleep for his nap. The space had been cleared and while holding him in the darkness of his room, there were fairies that glowed in the dark and were flying around his bedroom. There was so much joy in their flight and I felt so grateful to bear witness to these light beings. After that experience, I taught my daughter in law how to keep my grandson’s room clear, by placing crystals in the corners and using a pendulum on a regular basis. Once she cleared the space regularly, his sleep was less disturbed and he slept peacefully.
Hi Robin, thanks for sharing your story! Little children often have no difficulty seeing and experiencing other realities in tandem with our ‘normal’ reality. I’m so glad you were able to create a sense of safety for both your daughter-in-law and your grandson. And yes, the energy of the fairies is joyous indeed, and very purpose-filled. So lovely!
I wish to see fairies, but sadly no. I certainly resonated with not getting into woowoo, as my younger years were guided by the Ouija Board, used by my aunt and uncle. The experience was not a pleasant one, which I will not bore you with details. I would love, love, love to experience another realm! Beautiful story.
Stay open to the possibilities, Andrea. You’re so sensitive and enthralled by the natural beauty of the world around you. Your photos reflect your ability to see what others may not. I’ll hold space for your to experience another realm. Thanks for sharing your thoughts with me!