,Nature Beings Three years ago we met with a Swiss couple with two young children, aged 5 and 7. We spend a lovely afternoon with the family visiting a nature reserve on the Mornington Peninsula. The children seemed to be fond of me, to my own delight as I seriously love the company of children, and they wanted to spend a lot of time interacting with me. Picture Above: Fairy ring. R. Doyle
So while we walked through a small forest one of the kids, the youngest, took my hands and started to chat about the nature beings. She also told me that she could see people who have already died and also little beings of nature. She described them to me and kept on talking about her experiences and also described one of the nature beings she saw in the forest we were walking in. When we sat down at a nice coffee shop, I asked their mother about it, and she confirmed that both of the children since a young age were able to communicate with nature beings and also see departed souls.
Now as I myself experience a lot of help from the nature beings in biomagnetic healing sessions, I feel very much urged to talk about them here to you as I feel grateful for their support and also friendship. (In the accredited Practitioner training we will also occupy ourselves more with it, and how it relates to Healing Magnetism etc.). Yes, I have made a number of personal experiences over the years. Now when for you nature beings are something really out of this world, unreal or in the category of fantasy, you might embrace the following or you might think the author of this Blog is living with the fairies. I take both as a compliment. Are nature beings real? Most people ask themselves the question. Do they really exist, the elemental beings like elf-munchies, gnomes, mermaids, undines, sylphs, fire elemental beings, and others? It is striking that in the vocabulary of almost all languages names for natural beings occur uniformly and that they are everywhere divided into earth, water, air, and fire beings. The encounters with these creatures described in fairy tales and narrations are basically so similar to one another that one must either assume that the narrators have agreed to meet each other over time and continents, or else they describe what they have experienced with such beings really and it did not just arise from a moody imagination but are real experiences, a fact and these beings actually exist!
Above Kate Greenaway. The elf ring. Just in the last days, a few paintings of an artist with the name Pixie O'Harris was discovered in an old storeroom in the Manning Base Hospital according to ABC News. In some of her pictures we can for example clearly, see a variety of nature beings interacting with children. In the ABC article, we can read: Pixie O'Harris was born in 1903 and came to Australia from Wales with her family in 1920. She became a much-loved writer and illustrator of a great number of famous children’s stories. ”Its hard not to be enchanted by her colorful, whimsical images, and fantasy characters, which many people will remember from childhood.” Another lady said: "I sort of think of them as a Where's Wally painting because there are so many little elves and fairies and babies hiding in the bushes and the trees and the hollows," Ms. Roberts. And other voices were: “They are whimsical, they usually have children in them, and wildlife.” “I think that’s why kids of today still love these paintings; they can relate to them and pick out little things we don’t notice as adults.” Now perhaps the author of the article describes the little characters as fantasy whereas who knows perhaps the artist Pixie O'Harris was actually able to see these beings or feel them, like many other seers and children worldwide do. Also, other artists painted the nature beings according to their own skills or personality and perception. There are also many artists from different countries of the world and also seers from the past or present from all regions of the world who offer explanations about these beings.
Above: The spirit of the Komachi Cherry Tree. Yoshitoshi. Beyond that, objective descriptions of the past and present from all parts of the world are available to us, which report in the same way about these elemental beings. Such striking congruence can no longer be ascribed to blind chance. If there are beings of nature, then they have a task for creation, like everything in it. A task that is indispensable to the whole, without which something important would be missing. If so, then it cannot and may not be indifferent to us humans, whether we know about it or not. How and where do we receive confirmation of the existence of these nature beings? Let's look first in the literature that is accessible to all of us. There are many people who know about the book of the successful Swedish doctor Axel Munthe, which belongs to the world literature and is called: “The story of San Michelle.” In the book, the doctor describes how he met a little elf as a young man in a remote house in Lapland. In the foreword, Axel Munthe writes: "It seems to me that there are fewer pixies in our world today than when I was a child, but I cannot believe that a reader of the chapter on Lapland in this book could have the brow to deny that it was a real well-intended pixie who was sitting on the table in Forstugen and carefully plucked at my watch chain. Of course, it was a real pixie, who else could it have been? I tell you, I saw him with both of my eyes when I was sitting in bed... I'm told there are even people who have never seen a pixie in their lives. I really feel sorry for such people; they missed a lot! I think they have to be short-sighted. Maybe they have tired their eyes due to too much reading in school ..... Today's people waste too much time listening to other people's speeches and thoughts. It would be much better if they took more rest to listen to their own thoughts. We can learn knowledge from others, the wisdom we have to teach ourselves. The fountain of wisdom springs from our own ground in the silent depths of our lonely thoughts and dreams. " Axel Munthe said that, although I assume at that time of him writing this, Facebook, Instagram and the like was also not yet invented. Axel Munthe is not the only person to be taken seriously who speaks of nature beings, many others we have to look at just as objectively as him. It is always people who have been able to maintain enough purity of inner character to keep in touch with, sometimes even to see and hear, and to interact with nature's beings.
It must be left to the reader ascertain their knowledge of the elemental beings in literature, for example in the works of Goethe, Shakespeare or other writers, or to discover this knowledge through other thinkers, for example the great physician Paracelsus, in whose teachings the natural beings play an important role.
Also, Conan Doyle, the well-known English crime novelist with the main character of Sherlock Holmes, describes in his book "The Coming of the Fairies," speaking with scientific alertness of the nature beings. He succeeds convincingly in proving the existence of the elementals. In fact, even in our technological world, besides adults still many children can see these nature beings. Unfortunately, in most cases, the parents who are confronted with the allusions and behavior of the children give them no understanding. What is often taken away from the children by the wrong behavior of the adults, and what is denied to them by the ignorance of all things that go beyond the needs of everyday life! For the sake of our children alone, we should do our utmost to get closer to the recognition of the truth, even in regard to the nature of beings.
To the materialistically, supposedly factually and soberly thinking, but actually inwardly poor people, the portrayals of all extra-terrestrial life seem fantastic, unnecessary to the world. But this is an infallible sign that these people do not even know their own material world, which seems to exist for them really; because how many fantastic things are there to discover! Every life and development process in nature must address us in this direction. But it is precisely in the observation of nature that we are compelled to endeavor to look behind the gross material scenes if we want to understand what is there. Looking does not necessarily mean here to be clairvoyant; it is also sufficient to inwardly comprehend, to acknowledge extraordinary things and events. However, there are reports of clairvoyant people, and these can be of the highest value for us. But as I said, many present-day people do not pay attention to what is offered to them by the seer. They have the point of view: What we do not see for ourselves does not exist for us. But this attitude is very superficial. With a single example, the inconvenience inherent in it can be illustrated: for example, consider the high-frequency waves of a radio station. They are neither to be seen nor to grasp or to hear. Are they not still existing anyway? The materialist will argue that we do not see the radio waves, but the receiver picks them up, changes them, and we can hear them. That's why he believes in its existence. Well, here we come closer to the facts. Today, the materialist would no longer be able to deny these waves, because in the meantime they can be registered by fine instruments. Perhaps there will be even finer gauges in the future, e.g., Thought forces can already be measured and proven.
There is no need to have too much ability to combine facts to imagine that some of the most sensitive or one could even say, gifted people, can perceive things that are hidden from others who do not possess that sensibility. It is by no means correct to say; “What I can not see or otherwise perceive directly, that does not exist.” Some doubters will not be content with this explanation. He will say to himself: "Seeing," for example, man can see only with his earthly eyes, and these are physiologically so similar to each other in all humans, that there can hardly be any differences. In reality, there are big differences. Any ophthalmologist can confirm that. The study of color blindness alone has shown that virtually every human being has his own "palette of colors" in himself. Moreover, the eye is only an instrument given for earthly purposes, which stands in the service of the "actual ability to see." This "real seeing" is a capacity of the soul of man. Every human being can experience it himself when he dreams. In the dream, man sees, even if his earthly eyes are closed. However, in sleep, man does not see physical things, but things of the extra-terrestrial, even if they are only creations of his own world of thought, which also represents a form of reality, like the earthly.
Why should it not be possible for some people to have the ability to look into the other world while they are awake? Granted, we have to be careful when we get descriptions of otherworldly things so as not to fall victim to mistakes. We must preserve our critical mind; we must examine carefully, we must weigh whether there is agreement with our own intuitive sense of truth. This capacity of deep intuitive perception is beyond earthly understanding, not subject to its limitations, for it is not bound to the material brain, the earthly intellect, but to the spirit, our true self. We need to be awake to see if we are dealing with real experiences in such portrayals, or if irresponsible charlatanry is pursued obvious reasons. The more we have preserved a real sense of deep intuitive perception, the safer we will be able to judge here. In earlier times, the normal human vision was more extensive than it is today. The increasingly far-reaching abandonment of people from life and from nature has obviously not been without consequences here as well. The genuine natural peoples, which still exist today, have the finer kind of sight and thus the conscious connection with the natural forces and natural beings partially preserved, as it was once even with today's advanced people in their early days. At that time it was still possible that the intuitive bridges to the beings were open and worked. Also in the field of physical healing, humans have been able to receive the instructions of these beings. The large European, nature-loving people the Greeks, Romans, -Germans, therefore, had, like many other unspoiled nations in their bloom time, great knowledge of the nature beings and the natural forces. These were happy times for them. Their knowledge was real and alive; it filled their heart and spirit and their actions, it was also an integral part of their religions. With increasing power of these people and the concomitant life in the cities, the closeness to nature was initially lost among the city dwellers. Instead, materialism grew, and many of the initially healthy rules of life degenerated. Gradually, the still healthy life in the countryside was pulled onto the same path. As a result of the ever stronger unilateral penetration of all spheres of life with the earthly intellect, people have lost the ability to perceive with the deep intuitive processes which are attributed to the soul/spirit. Thus, the initially existing bond with nature was lost more and more and with it the knowledge of the nature beings. The decisive influence that banished the existence of nature beings from the thinking of the people of Europe or some overseas territories, however, strange as it may sound, was the spreading of Christianity. A too narrowly conceived Christian doctrine forbade the belief in the natural beings, called these beings as non-existent or as belonging to the underworld, to hell.
This development had a particularly tragic effect in the Germanic regions, where at the time of Christianisation, for the most part, there were still healthy circumstances: here people still had a genuine connection with nature. This connection was destroyed by those who believed that they had to spread Christianity with the sword, as was often the case. This basically unchristian approach was resisted by entire sections of the people because they wanted to stay connected with that what they perceived as their living knowledge of the natural forces. This knowledge, however, was systematically and violently crushed as a misconception and idolatry rather than as a sound foundation for true Christian faith. Here nevertheless, most of the Christians themselves lacked knowledge. Rome, the starting point of the Christianization of Western Europe, was at that time already a nature-alienating, thinking only on the earth-bound level, city. The shattering of the belief in the nature beings was certainly not in the sense of Jesus. He may have transmitted some of his knowledge to his disciples, but it was not recorded. The fact that it was known, however, is shown by artistic representations in Christian churches in Asia, depicting nature beings with Jesus. Many a Christian missionaries who come today to natural people to bring them faith in the one true God, has to shyly realize his ignorance of many of the knowledge that the peoples of nature still possess, and it is not surprising that some of these missionaries begin to doubt the faith content of the Christian doctrine, as conveyed to them. At least they recognize its incompleteness and sense the need to incorporate the knowledge of the natural forces in the Christian doctrine which is still preserved in the natural population; for only then, they feel, can they claim to be the religion of comprehensive truth. This process of the necessary extension and addition of the knowledge of creation is presently taking place. The humanity of the present is given as never before an opportunity to achieve a comprehensive, well-rounded world view. Not only because today the world is actually open to every human being and it is only up to him to seize the opportunity to find and absorb all the truths that are among the many developed nations, but it is also for us humans promised that the spirit of truth would guide us into all truth. It would be very interesting to elaborate on the many accounts of the encounters with natural beings, as here we can also draw conclusions about their nature and task in creation. We have to confine ourselves here to a few examples; for example, that the mountain gnomes help the shepherds look after the cattle, show them places that are not soaked in thunderstorms, and show them the way through the fog. Something I have by the way experienced multiple times during walks in the mountains of Austria, when I got lost and ended there at night or lost my path in the forest. Mountain gnomes also give the right time for the raising and aborting of the cattle, give the farmers hints when and where they should grow and sow and still do some other assistance. Those who follow their advice will be rewarded by rich harvest and health of pets and life stock. But those who disobey their instructions and act idiosyncratically spoil the harvest with frost, bad weather, miscarriage or damage, and diseases infect the livestock. On the outside walls of the mountain buildings, we find such beings as "house spirits." For example, the so-called Kasermandl (Cheese gnome see image below) lives in the Tyrolean Alpine huts.
We learn from gnomes in the garden, house, and apartment. Conversations with seers testify that such household spirits are more than suspected, helping people - usually unconsciously - in a variety of ways. Also from elemental beings which help people in healing professions has been reported and I have also personally experienced a lot here often perceived as hunches or intuitions. I've been told that the colorful garden gnomes, sometimes set up in gardens, look similar in appearance to the real garden gnome. Perhaps those who first designed them could resort to portrayals of the seer or see them for themselves. Image below: Carl Spitzwegerich. Gnome Eisenbahn betrachtend. In the picture, the form of the gnome I also had seen in the mountains when a small group of them warned me from impending danger.
Also widely used is the knowledge of mountain spirits underground. Again and again, there are among the mountain men, the "buddies," who have the gift to see these gnomes familiar with the rock and earth and they understand their warnings and advice. They provide people with valuable services and can save them from accidents. Anyone who studies reports about the experiences of miners, who have been saved after several days of imprisonment in collapsed tunnels, will find again and again that some of these miners saw appearances of bright figures who came to help and comfort them.
I also had a personal experience here when I made a dangerous mountain hike with a small group of women. We came off the right track and had to work our way up a dangerous stony hill using a lot of effort. I was very scared and had the feeling of fainting in a moment. When I asked for help in prayer, a small mountain creature appeared above me at the bush I was hanging on. It gave me courage, and I had the feeling it also gave me strength. By the way, the nature being I saw at that day seemed to stay with me until night time when we eventually after much struggle found our way back. It encouraged me when we had to go narrow paths which fell steeply into the valley at one side. I had an incredible fear of heights at the time, and usually, I have avoided such walks, and we only had to be on this path because we took the wrong turn. Even when the sun went down, and it was night in the forest, it was in places really pitch black dark; it was as if the nature being is giving me advice on where to put my feet. Also, it was holding me a small light so I could see where to safely put my next step. I am very grateful and respectful for these nature beings and I do not mind if you believe that was all in my head. Everyone who closes themselves from such help is missing out on help s/he could have otherwise.
This was not my only experience, but the nature beings also saved my life in a different situation when they warned me and helped me as a dangerous man pursued me and then wanted to attack and kill me during a walk in a dense forest. Here they have saved my life with warnings and advice on how to escape this horrible situation. But let’s return to the so-called mountain spirits which were seen by the miners. Most of the time, these phenomena are interpreted as the effects of overstretched nerves in those who are in great anxiety, but in fact the people who wait in the dark with their bodies weakened and often praying to God open themselves inwardly and are then able, as it was, with their Soul's eyes to look beyond the material. From the flower-elves, that look brightly colored like butterflies, possessing perfectly beautiful female forms, wrapped in gossamer, delicately veiled, we are told that they look after the flowers, support their growth in supplying them with radiation. The caretakers of shrubs and trees, of the earth and of the rocks, on the contrary, appear in masculine forms according to their coarser work.
Furthermore, we hear about, water, air and so-called fire beings that are described to us, such as the king of the storm spirits called Ariel in Shakespeare's play "The Storm," the lovely mermaids of the springs and waters or the salamander that are attached to the fire. The so-called spring deities, who show themselves to the beholders in perfectly beautiful female figures, are a higher kind of natural being. They are known by almost all peoples, not only the Greek, Roman, and Germanic but also earlier; but they also can be seen sometimes by pure, nature-loving people of the present. Through the beauty of their appearance, they have deeply impressed all the people who have become aware of them, and because of this, and because of their kindly, helpful, and even miraculous nature, they have been repeatedly labeled as coming from divinity, which in reality is not their nature. Anyone who follows the history of the apparition of Lourdes and the like of modern times can see the parallels to the gods of the early days. Since according to previous Christian doctrine natural beings do not exist, such visions were usually interpreted as appearances of the mother of Jesus. Salomon, the great king of the Jews, known for his wisdom, warned his contemporaries against paying divine reverence to these beings. He had a great knowledge of creation and knew of the existence of these molded natural forces. In Judaism, it was known as fact. All religions that build on the ancient knowledge of Judaism would therefore also need to incorporate this knowledge of the natural beings into their teaching. It can only round off and consolidate it.
The examples, descriptions, and considerations mentioned here will give a critical, so objective-minded reader food for thought and bring him closer to the idea that natural beings actually exist. But these indications are not intended to be a proof that alone leads to the conviction of their existence. Every human being bears in his innermost heart a firm knowledge of all processes of a non-gross nature which belong to his species as spirits. This includes the knowledge about the nature beings. This hidden knowledge often rises up in us, as already suggested, as an idea of unknown origin, which can be awakened in one way or another. These expositions should contribute to exposing the hunches one has about the nature beings, in order to transform them into conscious knowledge.
But what should we humans of the present time do with this knowledge? This may be said to have been good and necessary for nature people here and there. But today we have such fine instruments, so sophisticated a science and technology, we no longer need the help of gnomes or elves and similar beings. We have our observation stations; we penetrate with our instruments deeper and deeper into space. Why all this? In spite of all progress, have we not been a thousand times dependent on nature? We read and hear again and again of devastating storms, heat and cold waves, earthquakes, volcanic eruptions and other so-called natural disasters that inflict great harm on those affected, without the modern man being able to do anything decisive against it. When my son was little, I told him now and then the true story of a boy who ate poisonous berries in the forest. Although the elemental forest beings have warned the boy, he ate the berries, and he became very seriously ill. The mother found him and was desperate because they lived very far away from the next doctor and at that time there was no phone or car available for some reason. So the mother prayed for help, and a little elf appeared and showed her the way to a healing plant. He also showed the mother how to prepare the plant for the child, and the kid recovered quickly. With all respect for the modern medical achievements, but would it not be sometimes helpful for the sufferers to also ask additional help from these helping beings? How often is modern medicine despite their achievements not able to help the sufferers? The flight of birds over the oceans and continents, which continues to astonish us, humans, becomes understandable when we learn that the birds are cared for and guided by nature beings during their flight. What we call instinct is largely due to the direct influence of the nature beings on the animals. But it is also given to us modern humans to connect with nature beings. Many a car accident or a plane crash, many a ship disaster, many a harmful consequence of intended criminal acts could be avoided if we were to listen to the warning of the nature of beings. They know more than we do because they themselves work within the natural forces and laws and therefore know the effect and course of natural events Those who pay attention and observe in this direction in their own sphere of life will find much of the activity of nature beings. His own experience will then give him living knowledge, and certainty and inexhaustible conviction that nature beings exist and they are reliable helpers for us humans. Nature beings are an integral part of our whole existence here on earth and also can help us to understand where life comes from but this we will cover in a future Blog.
Sources: Blog inspired by the booklet: Jenseits der fuenf Sinne Daniel Swarovski
Questions to you
Do you believe in the existence of Nature Beings? If yes, did you make a personal experience?
Edeltraud Jakob Grace: Love all things natural and always have a craft or art project on. Being surrounded with friends and people I love and who love me, animals and nature makes me happy. Since 2004 I see clients in my private practice. In my blogs I want to share things that might be beneficial for others (YOU) and just areas that interest me a lot. Wish you happiness and health! Edel Pictures on this line are all from my animals or garden or photos I took from nearby where we live on beautiful Mornington Peninsula.
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