What is a Sidhe Seed?
And do I have one?
Every being on this earth has one. Every element has one. It is the seed that has been given to us by life herself to allow us to connect to each other.
Through the Sidhe Seed within each of us we can reform friendships.
When we reform friendships, we can co-create.
And therein lies magic.
We live in a time where we as spiritual people have been looking inward for answers. We are told that all the answers are within us and that we don’t need anything or anyone else to tell us otherwise. But it is through interaction with our world that we discover new things, that we learn our lessons, and that we find our inner answers manifest.
We are told that we create the universe by intention. I say we create the universe through interaction. Our relationships to each other within our own species and others is what allows us to co-create such a beautiful existence. In looking only to our species or indeed ourselves we find ourselves in our messes. We lose touch. We stop developing and become something that Earth seems to be wanting to evict.
Connecting to our Sidhe Seeds is the next step from looking within – it requires looking without. You need to know yourself or at least know your intentions before you can connect with other beings. Animals, trees, stones, elements, even molecules can be connected with and communicated to. There are many stories of people who have really connected with their cells in order to slow down and even reverse illnesses like cancer. In Native Amer
ican belief – as in many other indigenous belief systems – there is a real connection with our earthling, though not human, brothers and sisters who share this world of ours.
To begin, I suggest going for a walk in a park or woodland, or a natural setting that you very deeply resonate with but that is totally different to where you would normally go. This is important: when you step out of your comfort zone, you open yourself up naturally to life and synchronicity. Meditate, skip stones on a lake, feel the sun or rain on your skin.
And when you feel at one with the area, see what you are drawn to. You can be drawn to a river, or a mountain, or a tadpole, or a squirrel, or a tree or a rock… it doesn’t matter. Just allow your energy to be open and accepting.
When you have gained a connection, you may sense when the energy exchange or communication is over. Do not try and stay past that time. If it continues and you find that you have to head home, please be respectful and let them know, and say goodbye – there is nothing ruder than a stranger who leaves mid-sentence :) And if you like, you can leave a parting gift.
Sometimes you will be given a gift. I remember once I was sitting under an oak tree in Windermere, wondering what I should be working on and suddenly a baby oak leaf fluttered down onto my lap. The leaf had a little image on it of a strange looking being. I knew then that I had been listened to and given confirmation. If you receive something, there is a reason for it. Be grateful.
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