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Gwyndelyn the Good Witch

It’s October and this month we’re talking MAGIC! Happy First Magical Monday of October! Since Halloween, or Samhain,  is on it’s way, we wanted to introduce you to one of the greatest advisors in the Kingdom. The keeper of the mystical traditions of our Kingdom.

princess jenGwyndelyn the Good Witch, lives in the Avalon Woods of Azuria’s Valley of the Moon. She is the Great Fairy Queen and commands all the fairies and witches in the land. As the keeper of the Good Witch Grimoire, Gwyndelyn holds the secrets of all the universe. She believes miracles are a part of daily life and that anyone can make magic in their lives, if they just believe.

Gwyndelyn, and the Witches of Azuria, study the stars for guidance and use simple garden herbs to make huge changes. She works with the Fairies to keep gardens of resources used for natural remedies. Azurians come to the Witches of the Avalon Woods for help, whether seeking peppermint to soothe a headache or lavender oil to cool anxiety.

Wondering what it means to be a Witch? Well, first you should understand that historically all Witches abide by: The Four Rules and The Witch’s Law:

Rule 1: Live each day as if it were your last.
Rule 2: Love yourself first and foremost. For when you truly love yourself, you are able to love others.
Rule 3: Learn your life’s lessons.
Rule 4: Enjoy life to the fullest. And share your joys with others.

And above all abide by The Witch’s Law is to Harm None.

The dark side of the story is that in The World, historically many Witches were killed by rulers who feared their natural abilities. Only a few of the great Witches and Healers, seeking to keep the great traditions and rituals alive, escaped and found refuge in Azuria. History and time have reduced the powers of the Witch and the Witch’s goodness has been near forgotten in your World.

Gwyndelyn and the Witches of Azuria, long to dis-spell the long standing hatred of the witch and hope one day The World will remember the Witch as it was, revered as a respected healer, and not the scary wart-nose image often portrayed today.

Look for more Witchy good fun coming each Whimsical Wednesday this October!

Gwyndolyn and the Good Witch Ball – October 14th

No Scary Halloween – October 28th

Something Sparkly is Brewing

Our primary mission in the Kingdom is to promote respect for the feminine through our stories and events. I started this company to offer a different perspective of femininity to the younger generation, but ended up impacting both the young and young-at-heart. Since the start we’ve self-empowered the female through our characters who are modest, kind, and strong who share wholesome and positive messages.sparkle image credit spreadthesparkle.com

In my mind, it all starts with children. Starry-eyed little princesses soak up everything we say, do, and wear starting at an early age. I’ve often said how we have to remember that children watch us. We grown women are their models. As children they memorize our every move. And then they get older! I can’t imagine sorting through the world now as a princess entering my teenage years. These young souls, desperate to receive a positive message of self-worth, need to be validated for who they are. The earlier the better, or they become like most adults, (and I’ll use the title adult loosely- because I feel we are so deeply rooted in our child-ness that we never really change from who we were when we came into this world; but that’s another post) forever searching outward for the meaning of their lives. It takes some of us years to realize that the magic we’re seeking is already inside our hearts.

I knew it was true, but had never seen the way children mimic adults on such a large scale as when I worked as a teacher in public schools. Confirmed were my ideas that building self-worth and dignity starts at a young age. I was reminded daily how much a positive message really must be fostered throughout a woman’s life. It was so eye opening for me that a fire lit to further my quest to save the feminine.

Because the feminine is traditionally linked to the phases of the Moon and creation. What better time to spill (a few of) the magic beans than with September’s Full Moon today. (Yes, you need to get outside tonight and soak in the glory of that sight.) Early next month we’ll introduce our newest character! She’s full of whimsy and magic. She’s a part of me, too. I truly believe in the everyday magic of the world and I want to share that side of my heart with all of you.

Though I’m a little scared to open up in this way, I have been brewing some major messages I feel strongly led to share. So we’ll be talking magic and hopefully helping you find it in your own life this October. Next year we’re set to launch new events that cater to the young-at-heart- meaning… our big girl Princesses. The Queens! And obviously, because of who you’re dealing with here (me), this will include lots of magic and enchantment. I’m so excited!

Happy Full Moon, Princesses! Open your heart. Free your mind. Go sparkle and be magical.

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