This eBook is your guide into the world of fairies … A fairy (or faerie) is a sort of mythical being or fabled creature in European folklore, a sort of spirit, frequently distinguished as metaphysical, supernatural or preternatural. Fairies resemble assorted beings of other mythologies, although even folklore that utilizes the word fairy provides many definitions. Occasionally the word describes any magical being, including hobgoblins or gnomes: at other times, the word only depicts a particular sort of sprite. Assorted folkloristic traditions refer to them euphemistically, by names like wee folk, good folk, people of peace, fair folk , and so forth.
A great deal of the folklore about fairies centers on protection from their spite. While in modern society they’re frequently depicted as young, some of the times winged, humanoids of little stature, they to begin with were described really differently: tall, beaming, angelic beings or short, wizened trolls being 2 of the generally mentioned sorts.
One basic theme found among the Celtic people depicts a race of diminutive individuals who had been driven into concealment by invading human beings. Fairies are broadly described as human in appearance and having magical ability. Their roots are less clear in the folklore, being variously dead, or some sort of devil, or a species totally independent of human beings or angels.
Folklorists have suggested that their origin might lie partially in a conquered race living in hiding, or in religious beliefs that lost validity with the advent of Christianity. A lot of beings who are depicted as deities in aged tales are described as “fairies” in later writings. A lot of the Irish tales refer to these creatures as fairies, though in more ancient times they were looked on goddesses and gods. They were spoken of as having come from islands in the north of the world or, in additional sources, from the sky.
You have to have your third eye open to see fairies. Your third eye being open is what lets you see a lot of assorted magical beings. The Third Eye is the core of spiritual and multi-dimensional vision. It’s a structure of energy that works really much like the physical eyes however, it sees into additional realms.
If awakened it’s the core of psychic powers, channeling, thought transference, higher intuition, non-physical vision and clear thinking and seeing magical beings. In human beings the Third Eye is almost always blocked by the chitta and its crystallizations. The structured chitta makes our ideas slow and confused positioning a cloud of energy over the Third Eye and blocking off its clarity. Even if you start to wake up the Third Eye, visions and perceptions will go on to be garbled by the chitta and so it may take a while to gain clear vision and clear psychic powers.
Frequently psychics who have an awakened Third Eye haven’t cleared their astral body and chitta and so their percepts are distorted by their own emotional make up and frame of mind. If seeing a psychic it’s up to you to recognize whether the psychic is clear or is subconsciously distorting their visions.
The Third Eye is crucial for spiritual work as it’s the key to the subtle bodies. It has the ability to look inside your subconscious mind and is utilized for exploring your past lives and actively clearing the subconscious mind of past conditioning. It’s likewise used to tune into assorted guides, angels and other non-physical beings who may help with our spiritual transformation.
The Third Eye is intimately tied with the Crown Chakra and if both are triggered your higher wisdom may be translated into 3rd-dimensional reality. The Crown gets higher consciousness and communication and the Third Eye grounds it into the dimension of which you are a part.
Through the Third Eye you may enter states of remote seeing. The Third Eye allows it to look at anything, anyplace and see its nature. You may tune into animals and see their spiritual links or look into the astral domains and see fairies and nature spirits, the possibilities are endless. Within this ebook, you will learn more about this and about fairies / faeries themselves.
Table Of Contents:
The Origin of Fairies
Fairies and Legends
Fairies In Religion
Types of Fairies
Opening the “Third Eye” To See Fairies
Differences In Angels and Fairies
Fairies Role In Magic
What the Critics and Proponents Have To Say
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