The spirits of the air (elves, sylphs, fairies of the air), the spirits of the water (undines, wyverns, fairies of the water), the spirits of the fire (salamanders, fairies of the fire), and the spirits of the earth (gnomes, Korrigans, Leprechauns, goblins, fauns, fairies of the earth) are the elementals who evolved over a frequency band very close to ours.
The exogenous approach, by measuring biofield in geobiology practices, would help many people to feel and to communicate with the spirits of nature. High energy locations would be more conducive to close encounters.
I opened myself to the realities of the forest spirits through my crystalline companions. They guided me, step by step, in some woods to reach places that seemed innocuous at first glance. These places contain unexpected energy, and have unusual vegetation patterns, although they easily escape any inattentive eye. It is the endogenous approach that characterizes my relationship with the nature spirits. The reliance is primarily from the inside through their voices that resonate in me, through the portal of the Heart.
Both approaches, exogenous and endogenous, are in no way opposed but are complementary. It was after answering their internal calls, and going to the places indicated, that I was able to use my hands to feel energetic contacts. My senses were asked to detect them, to “see” their games.
But their most precious gift was to make me understand that we were also elemental beings. Man is made up of Water, Air, Fire, and Earth. These four elements are in us, and are in deep imbalance. The four elements call to be reharmonized in each of us. The ego is lodged in the fractures of our four elements.
The ego feeds on chaos, and inner disorder.
Elementals serve the four elements. They do a tremendous job of perpetuating the balance of these outside of us. Although we have driven them out of us, they are eager to continue their fundamental role in nature. They are essential in the perpetuation of the cycle of plant life and, ultimately, of animal life and human life. They pace the seasons, and lessen our perpetual attacks on nature.
The nature spirits are deeply hurt by the many sacrileges and destructions against them, against the four elements outside us, and against the four elements within us.
The elemental beings expect a deep and sincere repentance from each one, for the acts and the thoughts in this life, and in our past lives. When they feel that this request for forgiveness comes viscerally from the heart, and not from the periphery of our being, the mind, they put themselves at our disposal to participate in our great internal rebalancing. They will act in us to reset our four elements to realign our being with our soul, and not let our ego feast on our faults.
The process of inner healing is very complex and manifold. Elementals are essential to this work of healing and restoring our physical body, and our subtle bodies. The elementals have a healing power of our energy centers. They can anchor in us. My overshadowing experience with a guivre (also called a wyvern) was one of the most important that I had to live. This guivre went to the depths of my being to untie an energetic knot that blocked one of the paths to my true being.
The beings of nature will touch our soul and reopen interior portals towards her.
The spirits of nature are waiting for our initial covenant to be restored, to manifest our most beautiful creations as originally established in the divine plan. This is done step by step. I am asked by my guides to contact the forest spirits as often as possible, and to practice developing a respectful approach. This one still needs to be refined. My approach is summarized in eleven small steps:
1. Call a meeting internally
An encounter with the beings of nature, for me, is prepared several days in advance. In my strong interior, I emit the wish to meet fairies or even guivres, gnomes, or elves. I project onto this thought the emotion of joy. When my mind is on an invitation, I know where and when I shall go to a natural environment to meet the spirits of nature. I am already in gratitude that my call will be heard.
2. To free oneself from the agitation of the mind
It is important not to come near them with our mental fog. I often walk for a good twenty minutes before going to the place of my invitation. I take this time to chase away my thoughts and empty myself of daily concerns. For me, it acts as an airlock of decompression and change of state of mind. I am just trying to look around not thinking about any problem of the day. This is one of my practice exercises of the present moment.
3. Greet the invisible presences outside the realm of man
Arriving at the edge of the woods, the park, or the meadow, I leave the path to put me on the side. There, I greet them internally. I am no longer in the world of men (the path), but in their world (to the right or to the left of the path). I am at the rendezvous point proposed internally several days in advance. From this point, I ask them to guide me wherever they want. I am now their guest, if they wish.
4. Being in the observation and wonder
I progress simply by being attentive to what surrounds me. I try to find my child’s eyes, that of rapture without being smug. Feel and see the little details, the ones that we do not see if we go for a walk with a friend with whom we talk about everything and nothing. The invisible beings of nature are watching us from our first steps.
5. Appealing to intuition and our inner voice
I ask inwardly to be guided, right or left, to stop, or to continue, etc. I try to let myself be guided by my intuition, to fork and move forward according to the suggestions of my small inner voice. It is the medium by which the spirits of nature, and all my guides, communicate with me. If a tree catches my eye, I will greet it regardless of whether this tree represents anything for another person who would come with me. If a leaf frantically agitates itself, while the others surrounding remain motionless, I take the time to observe this “game”.
6. Show respect always to the nature spirits
I feel when I have arrived at my destination. I refrain from entering certain spaces of the place to which I felt myself led. I take time to observe the place, and more precisely the perimeter in which I can evolve and the one in which I do not have to enter. Humility and wisdom are essential. I am particularly cautious on this point.
7. Make an offering to the spirits of nature
I identify the altar on which I will deposit my carefully chosen offering. It can be a tomato picked in my garden, or the most beautiful fruit bought at the supermarket (without pesticides). I choose what I would like to be offered. I love honey as an offering. I pick up a beautiful leaf, not pluck a leaf, to let honey flow. I hold my offering in the palm of my hands for a few moments to load it with beautiful thoughts, before placing it on the altar. I stand back to let the spirits of nature approach.
A friend taught me to also make offerings for the animal kingdom, which is intrinsically inseparable from the elemental reign.
8. Identify and greet the guardian or community warden
I try to identify the guardian of the place where the leader of the beings of nature governs the assembly. I take time to collect myself before him, and to thank him for his hospitality.
9. Welcome what is proposed to us
It requires me to be in the renunciation of expectations. I observe, I gather. Sometimes I laugh or cry. I let myself go to the emotions that come. I listen to the messages of the little folk, and ask them my questions.
10. Offer reparation
I often ask them forgiveness for my wanderings in this life, and in my previous lives against them. I am committed to talking about my actions and not those of humanity. You can only be yourself when meeting beings of nature face-to-face. In such meetings, there is no cover of collective responsibility for you to hide behind. I often take a bag with me to collect the waste with which human society defiles the place. Contributing to cleaning the place is, for me, another form of making reparation to them.
11. Thank the spirits of nature
It is important to thank them for the time spent in their company. Respect must be present all the way back. The spirits of nature, and other spirits of the forest, are likely to accompany us long after our visit.
The beings of nature are waiting for us to reintegrate them into our hearts. Firstly, they want us to recognize all the harm that has been done to them. They do not want us to “apologize on behalf of all men”. They waited for me to position myself in my acceptance of the evil that I did to them. My guides asked me to say something like “I apologize for all the harm I have done to you in this life, and in my other lives” with sincerity, humility, with the vibration of the heart, and not with my mind. It took me months before I was able to do it with the good intentions of the heart. To ask for forgiveness is not easy, but it certainly unlocks the door that separates us from their world.
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