Faerie Card Reading for the Week of July 17 – 23, 2017

Card: 27 MAMALAHOE – from the Mana Cards: The Power of Hawaiian Wisdom by Catherine Becker and Doya Nardin.

“The splintered paddle represents compassion. It is a reminder that the quest for power or success should not allow your ego to interfere with your ability to be compassionate towards yourself or other people. Self-centeredness driven by ego can cloud your ability to empathize with others. What you give to others will be given back to you. If you forget to have compassion for the weakness, faults, and failures of others, then you risk becoming shortsighted, unfair, emotionally cold, torn up or dead inside.” 

Message from the Faeries: What is humanity lacking in abundance right now? Compassion. There just isn’t enough compassion in the world. If there was a lot of compassion, there wouldn’t be so many people suffering and at odds with themselves and each other.

Most of you are way too harsh on yourselves. You are super critical, unkind, judgemental and miserly with yourself. This causes so many of the struggles and problems that you have in your life. It causes you to have a terrible relationship with yourself, and it’s why you have so many difficulties in your relationship with others. 

If an alien landed on your planet, and they were a compassionate alien, they would see how awful everyone was to themselves and each other and they would probably hop back on their spaceship and fly away. They would come back to visit sometime in the future in hopes that you have all learned a thing or two about compassion, because they see the seeds of compassion planted inside of you, and they know the potentiality of humanity. 

If you have a difficult time being compassionate towards others, then begin with yourself. Be kind to yourself. Don’t be judgemental towards yourself. Be generous to yourself. Be loving to yourself. Once you are for real being compassionate towards yourself, it will be easy to be compassionate towards others.  Why are you more compassionate towards some people more than others? Everyone deserves love and compassion. Imagine a world where this was true? 

We love you. 

The Faeries 


Faerie Card Reading for the Week of March 10th – 16th

Card: 29 MO’O (Lizard) – Traps- from Mana Cards: The Power of Hawaiian Wisdom by Catherine, Kalama Becker, Ph.D. & Doya Nardin.


I found these cards on my recent trip to Maui. I came across them accidentally, and I am incredibly grateful for them. I don’t know very much about the cultures and traditions of the Hawaiian people, but I think these cards are helping me understand it a little better. All I can say so far is that it is a very magical, and yet incredibly practical and down to earth way of being. The Faeries, of course, wanted me to pick a card for all of us this week, from this deck, and I am very much looking forward to what the meaning of this card is. I hope it benefits us all. xo

“Mea nana mo’o, Mea nana mo’o’

‘Pay attention to the enchanter, pay attention to the enchanter”

“Mo’o reveal your fears so that you can overcome them. Unacknowledged fears can lead people to be seduced into spending their time and energy gossiping about others rather than focusing on the issues they need to address within themselves. Those who gossip about the faults of others often may be doing so to hid their own weaknesses. They may be afraid that they are secretly more like that person than they care to admit, or they may be intimidated by another’s success.

Whether you are the one doing the talking or being talked about, gossip can seduce you in to believing the important battles are outside of yourself, rather than within. Fears can be like monsters that consume your vision. Talking about others or being afraid of being talked about can keep you from making progress on your journey.

Mo’o warns that the debilitating fears can block your progress. F-e-a-r could mean false evidence appearing real. Even when fear is appropriate, be careful not to allow fear to disable or defeat you; for if you allow it to trap you, your path will be blocked. Hence, you may become caught up in the nets of the mo’o. By journeying within, and examining your fears, you greatly increase your chances of transcending any obstacle that appears to block you progress.”

Message from The Faeries: This card is a gentle reminder to ‘Mind your own business”. By this we mean, don’t focus on other people. By that we mean, don’t make other people’s business yours unless they are asking you for assistance. Mind yourself and your own business. It doesn’t really matter what other people are saying or doing. Also, it also doesn’t matter what other people are saying or doing about you. People’s words and actions towards are only harmful if you allow them to be. Of course, if someone is harming you or your person, you have ever right to defend yourself, but often your defensive behaviours towards people and their actions are not beneficial to you. We notice that people often give away their own power to others to frivolously. Stop and think about it before you move into action.

Most importantly, what you say and do have a great impact on your reality. Actually, what you say, do or think, has a great impact on your reality. With your thoughts, actions and words you are continuously creating the world around you. This is a call for you to be mindful of all of these things. When you carelessly do something, when you thoughtlessly say something, and when you effortlessly think something – you are creating. Always! You are always creating!

Please choose wisely what you say, do or think. All of these actions are like throwing a pebble into a pool of water. The action creates a ripple that moves out to the Universe, and the Universe responds to these things.

When a mo’o – a “monster” who tries to trick you – appears to you in your life, remember that this person is of your own creation. You called them into your life with your thoughts, words and actions, whether you like or not. This is a great opportunity for you to exercise love, compassion and empathy, towards the mo’o and yourself. This is all your creation.

We love you,

The Faeries