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I Carry Fey Magic Within, Fey Magic is Within All that Surrounds Me

I Carry Fey Magic Within, Fey Magic is Within All that Surrounds Me

b2ap3_thumbnail_WherFeyLivBluSmall.jpg Wholeness within and all around me.
Beauty within and all around me.
Joy within and all around me.
The Fey touch all I do.

The Fey touch all I do.
Struggle gone within and all around me.
Fear gone within and all around me.
Scarcity gone within and all around me.

Wholeness within and all around me.
Beauty within and all around me.
Joy within and all around me.
The Fey touch all I do.

There is no "other,"
within or without.
The struggle is gone.
There is only ease,
love,
a laughing fearless child,
a garden of flawed flowers and fruits,
vegetables and insects,
all beautiful, all needed, all God.

The Fey touch all I do.

A Good Fortune is within and around me. It is not one thing or another but is a simple all-encompassing pure Fey beauty and luck empowering any spell I do or making my day more fluid.

The Fey touch all I do.

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And here is a short version of my above piece: Good Fortune blesses every area of my life.

I wrote this post in April, 2012. Let me know if you are like me—taking forever to post something, because of a bad habit of constantly writing too much to fit in books or blogs.

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Francesca De Grandis, AKA Outlaw Bunny, authored the classic text "Be a Goddess!" Founder of Third Road, a Faerie Shamanism tradition that she teaches through both text and oral tradition, De Grandis explains, "I'm a non-theist, pantheist pagan serving Goddess. Mother and all my Gods, thank you." Ecstatic paradox. Bard, painter, spiritual innovator, Whedon fan, middle management for Chaos Gods, and busy elf, she also blogs, including on her own sites, www.stardrenched.com and www.outlawbunny.com

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  • Lisa Allen
    Lisa Allen Wednesday, 04 September 2013

    Wonderful! :-)

  • Francesca De Grandis
    Francesca De Grandis Wednesday, 04 September 2013

    Thank you!!

  • Ted Czukor
    Ted Czukor Wednesday, 04 September 2013

    I definitely get crippled sometimes by my own perfectionism; as long as there is one little thing that might be improved in a piece of writing, I do not allow it to see the light of day. Volume, however, is the saving grace which gets my stuff out there.

    Lovely piece of yours - inspired, I believe, by Saint Francis? Nice transposition and expansion of your personal values, using his template as a starting point.

  • Francesca De Grandis
    Francesca De Grandis Thursday, 05 September 2013

    Ted, thanks for reading post and kind words!

    No, not based in St Francis. In fact, most of what I know of him is from a trance in which we met.

    I appreciate what you said about your writing. Many bloggers manage volume by writing quickly, sometimes up to eight pieces a day, to pay the bills or whatever. Speed writing often leads to bloggers regurgitating each others' content, which spreads inaccurate info far and wide, until repetition makes error appear fact. Argh!

    Like you, I'm a fastidiously slow writer, and will spend over a decade polishing a book. Sometimes I think I am crazy to spend endless hours on one blog post. It is good to know I am not alone, thanks bunches!

  • Molly
    Molly Friday, 06 September 2013

    Yes, I am like you1 ;) My drafts folder on my regular blog contained over 100 posts, waiting to be polished off. My folder of recordings--which is how I "write" poetry--has poems waiting to be transcribed from last year.

  • Francesca De Grandis
    Francesca De Grandis Friday, 06 September 2013

    Molly, yes! Thank you for sharing.

    Oh, plus piles of handwritten poems and essays not transcribed.

    I am only now, ten years or so later, transcribing a recorded interview I did with Lady Olivia Robertson. But I did finally post part one of it.

    Plus I also can write so slow, some of my poems take years. Maybe only a line for a month or two, or even a year or two, until the next one evolves. Plus my finicky rewrites.

    I would not change my process though.

    Thanks so much for checking out my blog.

  • Ted Czukor
    Ted Czukor Friday, 06 September 2013

    Olivia Robertson, of The Fellowship of Isis? How cool is that! Did you meet her personally?

  • Francesca De Grandis
    Francesca De Grandis Friday, 06 September 2013

    Hi, Ted, yes, i consider myself blessed to know her, she is so lovely, and one of those i feel to truly be a kindred spirit. Olivia initiated me in Ireland. But the interview with her was recorded when she visited me in the states, in my home, later. Here is a link to part one of it, which also has a link to another post about her: http://stardrenched.com/2013/08/21/lady-olivia-robertson/

    Thank you soooo much for your comments, making me feel welcome here in this blogosphere. Really!!

  • Agata Nowicka
    Agata Nowicka Thursday, 19 September 2013

    Beautiful and so true. Love the bit about "no other" and struggle gone.
    Looking forward to more of your posts, Francesca! x

  • Francesca De Grandis
    Francesca De Grandis Thursday, 19 September 2013

    Agata, Tu muchly for reading, commenting, and kind words!!!

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