*** The Meet the Spirit series introduces us to a spirit entity each week. These spirit entities bring forth a message for the audience. If you would like to get to know your personal spirit guides, please check up my spirit guide reading available through Etsy***
Today, I would like to introduce you to a guide who is taking on the name Lilybelle. She taking this name as homage to Tinkerbell as she is coming through in the guise of a fairy and the place Lily Dale, where many famous mediums and spiritualists reside. I have had a number of guides who like to take this form as a fairy, and these usually are joy guides. The idea of the fairy from the play Peter Pan is heavily influential here. I am being shown the line where they Tinkerbell is dying and they said you can help her live if “children believed in fairies” – and then the audience all claps.
So, this guide, this Lilybelle is coming through looking like a fairy. She has a pink leotard-type outfit on with an orange skirt. In these readings, the color of the outfit can mean a lot. Here we have pink and orange, unconditional love and creativity. Think of who embodies these two ideals – children.
Lilybelle is now sitting down at a wooden circular table, she is changing her appearance and looking like an elderly gentleman. The background is now black and the table is worn with age. This man has a balding head and spectacles on. He takes a cup of coffee to his mouth and sips it lightly.
Lilybelle is bringing forth her message now. She is tying it back to the story of Peter Pan. The idea that this old man sipping this cup of coffee has the essence inside of him of this fairy. That if he views himself as having the same qualities of a child – the same essence – he will be able to see that essence expressed around him in his physical world.
In our society today we have come to stigmatize the old as being weak and feeble – people who need to be taken care of. This idea is so ingrained in our minds and our culture that when people age and get old they take on this image in themselves. But, if you change how you view the elderly – if those who age change how they view themselves – they can produce a different life for themselves.
Believe in fairies – believe that the old can be young again – that age is just a number on a calendar and a way of tracking time – believe that the essence of youth does not leave you – that young at heart is not just a saying but a truth.
Thank you Lilybelle for this beautiful message that you brought forth today. May blessings be upon you.