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Visited by a unicorn

Many years ago in meditation something rather unexpected happened. A shimmering, silvery light appeared in the periphery of my inner vision and as it grew closer, I could see it was a unicorn. It calmly walked up to me and touched its horn to my third eye. It is hard to describe what this felt like, other than to say that if you have ever kissed someone so passionately that time itself ceased to exist, you might get close. It was pure bliss and completely unsolicited since I had not asked or set the intent for a unicorn experience.

You might say it was a rather nice surprise!

Then, earlier this year, I lost my mother and not long after that one unicorn after another started showing up in real life. I’m not talking about horses with horns walking around on the streets where I live, of course. It was little but unmistakable signs of friends starting to send me images of/messages about unicorns, a pair of unicorn slippers in Aldi that were the only pair left and just happened to be my size. Best of all was a friend telling me she thought I was meant to be a spokesperson for the unicorns – what an honour!

I should not have been surprised because last year, I realised that one of my spirit guides was a unicorn. This was around the same time I realised I had a calling to serve the Divine Feminine. Basically, what this means (minus the highfalutin spiritual lingo) is that I empower people to trust, rely on and – most importantly! – act on their inner guidance.

Holy flip – If you only knew how powerful you are!

Wild and free

As a young child of about five or six, I remember running through the grass, pretending I was a horse. I was strong and free and unstoppable. The unicorns have returned to earth at this time to help us all to reconnect with that feeling which is the wild spirit within us all – our natural connection to Mother Earth and the Divine Feminine.

They have returned to help us connect with the natural magic that lives in us all and that we simply need to re-member through simple rituals and seeing the world through the eyes of the heart.

Did you ever dance with the faeries as a child? Then you know exactly what I’m talking about now even if you can’t remember exactly how to get that feeling back. Don’t worry, everything on this site is aimed to help you recapture the magic of your inner fae, your True Self.

Lisa's Faery Self

Lisa

A bit about me: A native Swede, I have been living in the UK since 2002. I’m the mother of three mostly fully grown children and one angel baby that I lost in January 2011. I’m nearly fully grown myself too by Native American standards, which means I’m coming up to the big five oh in 2020.

My work is centered on problem resolution and energy healing. People come to me with their questions and I tune in intuitively to provide answers. A man foretold that I would be doing this type of work when I was 15. I did what any normal, healthy 15-year-old would have done – I scoffed (we didn’t have the ‘lolz’ back then). It’s not that I didn’t believe in the realm beyond what we can experience with our five senses – quite the opposite – but I didn’t consider being a Seer a ‘real job.’ How wrong I was!

2011 was a big turning point in my life. I lost a baby at 15 weeks, Willow, but through divine grace managed to find the strength to go self-employed as a card reader 9 months later. 2018 brought more massive and painful changes with the death of my mother (January) and an old friend (March). I realised I was ready to fully emerge from my chrysalis and honour my Faery/True Self.

I would love to show a picture of me together with my main unicorn guide but it turns out he is a bit camera-shy, so I’m sharing one of just my faery self…

The Unicorns

I have gathered all the most commonly asked questions about the unicorns on a FAQ page HERE. Please feel free to contact me (see link below) if you have a question that has not been answered there.

 

Unicorn Blissings ✨🦄✨

Lisa (aka Kallista)

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