Meeting Elementals

February 23, 2010 by  
Filed under Animals and Nature Kingdoms, New Posts


Are human beings really the only sentient life on Planet Earth? 


Ask a silly question and you get a silly answer?

OK, so you may be thinking from my other blogs that I’m a bit on the weird side anyway, so you’ll keep reading this just have a good laugh.  Great!!  If you keep reading, that’s all I ask.

Elementals, and there are many different types, live in another dimensional realm right here on planet Earth.  They have been here for eons and eons, and they have very specific roles to play on this planet.

You may have heard of faeries, gnomes, “the little people”, leprechauns, elves, goblins, trolls, and so on, and have always assigned them to works of fiction.  The general population today, at least in the western world, does not believe that these beings exist.

In contrast, when someone is truly open to meeting them, they often show up and allow human contact. 

Tanis Helliwell, in Summer With the Leprechauns, shares the true story of her summer in Ireland where she not only met some Leprechauns and other nature spirits, but began an exchange of information and experiences with one Leprechaun in particular. 

The purpose of their meeting was to exchange information.  The Leprechaun was there to learn about humans and to teach Ms. Helliwell about elementals.  In exchange, Ms. Helliwell was asked to teach about humanity and learn about elementals.  The result of their agreement to work together is this important work published in 1997.

I have also had conversations with Nature Spirits and Elementals from time to time over the last 20 years.  I know that these beings do exist and play important roles in Nature.  Although invisible to human eyes, for the most part, they have actual form and some substance.  They exist at a different vibrational frequency that that of humanity.  This is, in fact, why we don’t easily see them. 

We also don’t see them because we don’t believe they exist.  For those of you who think that “seeing is believing,” may I suggest that you educate yourself about human vision.

It turns out that we don’t see with our eyes.  Our eyes are collectors of certain types of energy frequency patterns.  These patterns are sent to our brain via the optic nerves.  Interpreting the patterns happens in the brain and is based entirely on what we BELIEVE to be true and on what we have been TRAINED TO FOCUS upon.

Among the most well known optical illusions is this one:


What you see is what you focus upon or what you expect.  A face?  A vase?

Similarly, if we can’t imagine that elementals exist, we won’t experience them.

I once visit a spot in the woods along a stream on a hot summer day.  I went there because I sensed that the energies there indicated lots of elementals.  I found a spot to sit on – moss at the base of a tree near the edge of the stream.  After asking permission of the spirits to sit there, I made myself comfortable and quiet.

There were lots of mosquitos and I’m allergic to chemical sprays, so I didn’t have any repellent of any kind on my body.  I just decided that somehow I would manage.

After being quiet for a bit and taking out a notebook to write down whatever I experienced, I soon sensed – saw – felt the presence of many other “little people” on the other side of the stream.  They were wearing bright green, brown, and some red clothing and were standing along some logs – fallen tree branches and trunks.  There was 1 stump of a tree about 7 feet high, and one stood on the very top.

I thanked them for coming and allowing me to sense their presence.  After we talked for a bit, it was time for me to leave.

Suddenly, I realized that there had not been a single mosquito around me.  I had been sitting there for 20 minutes with no insects biting or buzzing.  I had somehow shifted vibrationally to a dimension where there were no mosquitos.  Shortly after I got up to leave, the insects returned.

I was given this message song by the brook.  There had been some very severe storms that winter and many trees trunks and branches lay across its banks and in the water.

“I sing the song of history,
of light and love, and playful times;
the branches resting in my arms (between my banks)
are gifts of Mother Nature’s charms.

“I sing of faeries, elves, and gnomes,
who care for flowers, trees, and spring.
Who live within my banks and know
that past and future times are one.

“We all dance on the wheel of life.
We all meander with the Tao.
A deer drinks at my shore with love.
A bird bathes playfully . . . and now.

“Past is present, future . . . now.
We seem to come and go perchance.
But we are all One on the Earth,
expressions of God’s playful dance.

“I sing of trees resting on my shores,
of butterflys, moths, mosquitos, and ants.
We each are all and all is one.
Listen to our happy chants.”

So perhaps if you learn to shift your vision just slightly, you may surprise yourself at what you will see.