The Fae(ry) Experiences
Awaken Your Intuition
Book 1 of The Awakening Series
Do you want to believe in the realms of the invisible, the magical?
Have you seen an invisible being from the corner of your eye?
Have you encountered a goblin, elf, or troll in the woods?
Then this book is for you.
Since I was a child, I’ve seen past the realm of the physical into the invisible. Some call them invisible friends. Others call them nature spirits, faeries, and djinn. I call them Fae, the natural spirits of our Mother Earth.
In this book, you’ll read about my own experiences with the Fae, the realms of Faery, and those invisible beings who helped me in my journey.
- a god-like being with horns and hooves in my hotel room.
- the physical help of brownies.
- a goblin passenger in my car.
- a djinn who physically interacts with a dog.
- elves, trolls, gnomes, gargoyles, and more.
Delve into a world of magical, mystical beings called the Fae in this volume, book 1 of The Awakening Series.
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