The Faery Godmother

Excellent advice! Worth a read! ❤

Archangel Oracle ~ Divine Guidance

The Faery Godmother, from The Faeries' Oracle, by Brian Froud and Jessica MacBeth The Faery Godmother, from The Faeries’ Oracle, by Brian Froud and Jessica MacBeth

Daily Angel Oracle Card: The Faery Godmother, from The Faeries’ Oracle, by Brian Froud and Jessica MacBeth

The Faery Godmother: “Gifts, Talents, Grace, Helpful Lessons”

“One morning recently, I was having breakfast at the local cafe and my favorite waitress, Peggy, stopped by my table and asked what I was working on. I showed her my scribbled in copy of Good Faeries/Bad Faeries and explained that I was “choosing” the cards for an oracle deck. (Of course, the faeries were choosing them, but didn’t necessarily want to explain that to the whole cafe.) Peggy had been having a bad morning with difficult customers, and she had reached the stress point where she was dropping and spilling things, which only made matters worse. I encouraged her to pause for a bit, since the cafe wasn’t really busy, and…

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      1. no problem Colleen, I’ve been reading them since I was sixteen, it runs in the family. Firstly when you look for a pack, it will usually call to you, you know you keep going back to one again and again. Then you need to have a beautiful scarf to wrap them in. I love retro headscarves for mine, so many beautiful prints. Then just spend some time looking through them and picking out the ones that appeal to you straight off. From there it is practice practice. One piece of advice that has been invaluable. “Don’t use a book” The cards speak to our hearts and we listen to them, not read out of a book. Lots of love and light x

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        1. Adele! This is so absolutely amazing!!! Would you please write about the cards for a piece on my blog? I would like to share your expertise and also tell us how it helped you write your book. This is interesting stuff!!! ❤

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