Earth Healing for Children


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The Stories and Songs of the Fairy Godmother are an educational project for family entertainment. This project advocates keeping the joyful, playful, sensitive spirit of children and adults alive. Our purpose is to bring a deeper awakening within the imagination of children. This project fosters our connection to each other and the Source from which we came, with no reference to religious or spiritual specifications.

The Songs and Stories of the Fairy Godmother can provide a peaceful time of sharing for parent and child bonding. The Stories of the Fairy Godmother are laced with wisdom from ancient cultures and truth that is universal. By providing this type of programming for children and parents we will be building the moral fiber for generations to come.

There is a growing awareness of the new generation of children that are being born. This generation will need a different educational focus than generations of the past, education that does not promote violence, hate, or fear.

The character the Fairy Godmother also provides a wise mentor for children and adults. Our modern culture today needs mentors! The Fairy Godmother adventures provide wise counsel for both children and adults of how to respect nature, humanity and us.

Bonding through natures magic allows Mother Nature to act as the catalyst and intermediary for “the inner child ” within us all to be seen, heard, and felt. In this time of accelerated change and separation of generations and culture this project supports in helping children to feel safe on the earth and through natures magical elemental kingdom.

The Native American tradition has storytellers that tell Medicine Stories. Medicine stories are healing stories that teach how to respect oneself and the web of life. The Fairy Godmother Stories are medicine stories, written for contemporary society. The beauty of this project lies in the fact that it not only educates children, but children have fun through the learning process. The Fairy Godmother stories educate both parent and child of the value of respecting nature and protecting our environment. If these types of values are given to a child early on, we will be creating a generation of adults that will honor our natural environment, and the gifts that each person brings to the fabric of life.

Raylene Abbott, better known as the Fairy Godmother, is the writer and singer of the “Songs of the Fairy Godmother.” Her songs of the fairies come from her collection of 17 years of writing songs inspired by her work in nature

Gold record winner Dorothea Joyce has produced and done the musical arrangements for this CD. She was the muse for the creation of this CD. Dorothea’s song writing talents and crystal clear voice in featured in the
Fairy Godmother’s theme song titled “Raylene”

The following is from the “Stories of the Fairy Godmother” ebook

Sweet Little Milkmaids

Once upon a time there was a madrone tree forest at the very top of a small hill. It stood out among all the surrounding area, because madrone trees are so very beautiful. Madrone trees have bright red berries that ripen during the winter months. The bark of these trees peel back as they grow to reveal the inside of the tree. One can see that it’s made of many natural colors of deep earthy reds, fading into pale green yellows.

This forest was one of the Fairy Godmother’s favorite places to visit. She called it Sylph Hill, because when she called the wind in this place, the sylphs, called wind spirits, always came to her.

Well, one day the Fairy Godmother was on her morning walk as she approached Sylph hill. At the entrance of the forest stood a little gnome. He was young of age as far as gnomes go – only being about 350 years old. Most gnomes live well over 500 years. He had a white beard with a green velvet hat that matched the color of the moss growing upon the rocks. His trousers were reddish brown like the bark on the madrone trees.

He bowed to the Fairy Godmother, taking off his cap which exposed his bald head. In the morning sun the top of his head had a shiny glow. He did not say a word to the Fairy Godmother. Instead he held out a gift for her. It was a wreath of pure white flowers that had been carefully woven together. They were the milkmaid flowers, the first blooming flowers of spring. Have you ever noticed how the very first flowers of spring are not always the showiest flowers of the field? After a long winter, even the simplest flower gives one such pleasure. This was such a flower. The milkmaids were simple pure white. The gnome placed the wreath upon the Fairy Godmother’s head. She curtsied to the gnome and said “Thank you,” as she proceeded to walk into the forest.

There she found her cherished tree, she loved to sit upon. It was a large spreading Madrone, whose roots twisted all around the base of the tree. It formed a natural seat. She called this her throne, for she always felt very royal sitting upon it of course being a Fairy Godmother and having fairy blood run through her veins, did make her a queen in her own right!

Now, when the Fairy Godmother came to this part of the forest, the word would spread quickly to all the nature spirits in the hills. Flower fairies, wood elves, gnomes, and pixies would all line up for the Fairy Godmother’s blessings. Many of the nature spirits would be injured by the foolishness of humans. Some would be burned from forest fires. Others would be suffering from the pollution of earth, water or air. As the Fairy Godmother directed her thoughts inward to the Divine Creator who made all of us, she would ask for healing for all the nature spirits. Her heart would open and the Divine Creator would pour love through her heart and into her magic wand in her hand. In she turn would bless each nature spirit as they walked before her in a procession one by one. It wasn’t really magic like you would think, but it was the Fairy Godmother’s love for all of God’s Creation that sparked the magic of her touch. As the love flowed from her heart into her wand, each nature spirit would instantly be transformed and become whole and healed. This is one of the important jobs of any Fairy Godmother as she walked upon the Earth.

The Fairy Godmother had just touched the last little gnome, when she felt a silent presence enter the forest. It was so holy that she stood up from where she was sitting, and walked deeper into the forest to where the “presence” was standing. It was a Wind Angel, who had heard about the blessings that were taking place under the Madrone tree and had to come to see the Fairy Godmother.

The Wind Angel’s presence was one of transparent white light. She shimmered in the rays of the morning sun. Her presence was so sacred that all the Fairy Godmother could do was to kneel down and bow her head in the angel’s presence. As the Fairy Godmother knelt on the forest floor, she heard these words:

Sweet Little Milk Maids

Sweet Little Milkmaids where can you be?
Pure of heart and pure of deed,
Mother Earth’s thought forms pure as can be;
Her sacred flowers, they talk to me

Sweet Little Milkmaids, won’t you teach me
To be pure of heart and pure of deed.
Sacred Wind, oh, come to me,
Carry my prayers upon your breeze.
May they be pure of heart as they travel with thee.

The Wind Angel gathered up all the prayers of the Fairy Godmother and raised her wings into the air, and flew away.

The Fairy Godmother looked up from where she knelt on the forest floor. Putting her hand on her head she gently touched the Milkmaid wreath. Now she understood the gift from the gnome!

You can order the ebook and the Songs at the following links

Stories of the Fairy Godmother

Songs of the Fairy Godmother

Sample Ocean Song

Link to How to See Fairies

Categories: Inspiration, Nature

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