Fairy & Human Relations Congress

The Fairy & Human Relations Congress, which has been happening Live every summer for the last 20 years in a high meadow on the dry side of the Cascade Mountains in eastern Washington State in the USofA, is holding a 3-day online version 15-17 January 2021, the Fairy & Human Relations Global Congress: Communication & Co-Creation with Fairies, Nature Spirits, Devas & Sidhe. Not to mention Dragons and Sasquaches. I don’t think the following workshop will be held during the Global Congress, but it’s a good example of the kinds of workshops in the Congress. It will be held later in the year, accessible through the Fairy Congress mailing list…

“FAIRY ELEMENTAL MAGIC with Flavia Kate Peters
“Join Flavia Kate Peters, to discover how to work with faeries in conjunction with the elements that govern each and every one of us. Discover how you can connect with the Elemental Kingdom to re-awaken and bring yourself back into alignment with the natural world. Fairies enhance our magical abilities, activate our inner wisdom and assist in healing on all levels. Discover how to work with the magical world of nature spirits in conjunction with the power of the elements, the 12 zodiac signs and elemental guides. Time to awaken and invoke the ‘mystic within’ as you align with the forces of the natural world. Workshop includes magical altar work, herb magic, fairy spells and meditation.”

The January Global Congress will include sessions with David Spangler, RJ Stewart, Brooke Medicine Eagle, Marko Pogačnik, Orion Foxwood, Mahala Frye, Julie Charette-Nunn, Jaap van Etten, Jeremy Berg, Camilla Blossom, David Adam, Deborah Koff-Chapin, and Joanna Schmidt. The Congress website is https://www.fairycongress.com/, and the online Global Congress schedule is at https://www.fairycongress.com/webinar-schedule/, 4-7pm PST on 15 January, 9am-noon and 4-7pm PST on 16 and 17 January. The Saturday evening ritual will officially end at 7pm PST, but Deborah Koff-Chapin has offered to stay and do a crystal bowl sound bath for another 30-40 minutes afterwards for those that are interested.”

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