Bluebell carries the magic of divine communication and the medicine of letting go of being misunderstood.
A fairy with a Bluebell hat and Bluebell skirt, sits in silence with her pointer finger crossing over her lips. She has the most divine smile of wisdom and carries herself in a modest but seductive manner. She halts us to silence. With one gentle poof of an outbreath she blows away all pressure you place upon yourself to speak. She blows away all the chaos in your mind that carelessly rolls off your tongue with no direction.
She asks us to be quiet. Even those who struggle to speak and are sure they need to figure out how to do it better, do it more, and with grace. She grants us the gift of realizing that we don’t have to say anything. The pressure dissipates. We let go of being misunderstood. We let go of people pleasing. We let go of the grasping to express ourselves in a way that everyone can interpret how we intend -after all, that is an illusion of possibility. She reminds us that every single one of us in living in our own reality and it’s a wasted effort to be understood. With this foundation, she also honors the need to relate and commune with others and the value of being able to express our needs and boundaries. For it is her who aides this to happen in a clear and vibrant, effective manner.
She calms the insecurities that make us panic when we are misinterpreted or fear we are unliked. She does not care what anybody thinks and will instill a healing salve for the worry and social anxiety that you may carry around this.
For those who have a deep fear of saying something wrong or triggering an angry or backlash like response, call upon Bluebell. She doesn’t use words. She dances in the realm of telepathy and divinity. She communicates in godly ways beyond human understanding or grasp and will channel herself through you. When words are necessary, she’ll inhibit you to harness your tone of voice and body language, speak clearly and to stand in your power gracefully. Trust her to navigate any given situation. There’s no need for courage, she will carry you through it if you trust her.
She also reminds us that words and language are not capable of expressing the depths of our human experience. She helps us accept the aspects of solitude in this, shedding light on it's beauty while soothing any pain that may come around the concept of isolation when facing this truth.
Her medicine is of divine communication beyond simply words in a way that serves your highest good. She affirms the translations of what is needed to be delivered through her magical ways.