The Enchanted Garden
Conscious Gardening with the Fae and Nature's Elementals
Healer and clairvoyant Zorah Cholmondeley wants to revolutionize the way we see our gardens and the natural world as a whole. Introducing the fairy realms, she invites us to witness the tremendous variety and interplay of lifeforms connected to the Earth. Beyond the fae, she speaks of gnomes, dragons, angels, and entities such as the Master Pan, all with a unique role to play in our planet’s health and dynamics. It is the fondest desire of those entities that we develop awareness of their existence.
The Enchanted Garden shows how we can become allies with the fae and other nature guardians to co-create a world with infinite possibilities for love, joy, and togetherness. In a series of short chapters, the author portrays fairy history, introduces her muse Queen Maeve, explains how to create a garden for the fairies. She discusses fears of connecting to the fae and the importance of fun and reverie. She also suggests how crystals can be used in the garden and describes the significance of weather, Moon, seasonal festivals, and much more.
In the second part of the book, Zorah Cholmondeley presents communications from the spirit beings of dozens of plants and trees, from aconitum to the yew tree, accompanied by meditations and spiritual insights.
Can we learn to be sufficiently still to hear with our hearts the natural world around us, including the subtle ecosphere of the fae? This book is for anyone who seeks to relate to nature and their gardens in a more conscious way.