leprechaun_quiz

Do you have trouble fitting into this world?

You may be only half human!

Did you know there are human – elemental hybrids? You may be half leprechaun!

Take my quiz and find out!

You may be part lucky leprechaun if you:

  • look Irish with red hair and freckles
  • love playing pranks on people to make them laugh
  • celebrate St. Patty’s Day with lots of drinking and dancing on tables

The whole first page lists common characteristics of leprechaun hybrids. The second page tells you what careers are good for leprechauns. Plus common life problems (I’ll tell you one for free: too much partying -> rehab).

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Queen of the Fairy Kingdom

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I consider Dana (dawn-ya) the Queen of the Fairy Kingdom! She is the Irish queen who created the leprechauns. Like the leprechauns (normal-sized Irishmen made small), she is only 3 feet tall. But she is very powerful! Ask to connect with her during your next meditation 🙂

In other Irish news: Sinn Fein, the political party that wants a united Ireland, won almost half the seats in Parliament! This is a huge victory for them. I personally think we will see a united Ireland in our lifetime ❤

I feel that after Queen Elizabeth dies (she’s been having health issues), a new, more modern time will begin, especially once Prince William takes the throne. Even though they don’t have political power, the royal family is an important symbol of the glory days of the British Empire. Prince William wants to bring the British royal family – kicking and screaming – into modern times, while his dad Prince Charles likely doesn’t. I just saw in a documentary that Prince Charles still has servants ironing his shoelaces for him 😉 Psychics predict the Queen will die soon, Prince Charles will be king for about 5 years, and then Prince William will take over. As a huge Princess Diana fan, I’m excited to see her son(s) take over!

What are Leprechauns?

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Leprechauns were normal-sized Irishmen until their Irish queen, Dana (dawn-ya) miniaturized them to keep them safe. Ireland was being overrun by brutal invaders (the Gauls). The little Leprechauns hid in the woods.

Today, Leprechauns still have some human characteristics. Some drink beer or whiskey, some smoke pipes, some wear Irish fisherman sweaters, some have thick beards, some like dancing Irish jigs and most wear dark green blazers and pants.

Ask the Leprechauns for abundance. Specify what you mean by “abundance” such as $100 more a week in tips, 10 new clients for your acupuncture business, etc. Then visualize this happening!

Day 7 of Lucky Leprechauns!

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Meet Logan.

Logan (pronounced Low-gan) thinks he is a handsome gent! I don’t disagree. He has bright orange hair and an impressive orange beard. He carries a 4-leaf clover for a lucky lady. Four-leaf clovers carry the luck o’ the Irish!

Final day! Logan’s Abundance Tip:

Draw a lucky 4-leaf clover to display for St. Patrick’s Day. See instructions below.

draw Celtic knot shamrock

Day 6 of Lucky Leprechauns!

Meet Lochlan.

Lochlan (pronounced Lock-lynn) is a fun-loving fellow, like most leprechauns are. He is Irish, of course, and speaks with a thick brogue. He is from a tiny little village on the coast of Ireland where the sheep outnumber the people (including leprechauns!). His greatest wish is for all the beautiful people in the world to have abundance.

Lochlan’s Abundance Tip: 

Meditate! 


To help you with this, see my blog post from last year with a leprechaun meditation you can download/print: CLICK HERE for the meditation

Day 5 of Lucky Leprechauns!

Meet Lunn.

Lunn (pronounced like bun) loves living in the forest. He talks to the trees and the plants and the little woodland animals. He loves nature, and nature loves him back! He has soft blue eyes and black hair, styled back with pomade. He doesn’t come into town much, preferring to stay in the woods.

Lunn’s Abundance Tip: 

Go on a nature walk and bring home something green.

Leprechaun Colors

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Once again, I’m using the Secret Language of Color Cards by Inna Segal. Love these! I pulled these cards to be leprechaun colors. Let’s see what the cards say.

Emerald card = “Calm your mind, body and soul.” Of course, emerald green is the color most associated with lucky leprechauns! Ireland, where they live, is even called The Emerald Isle (it gets lots of rain so is often full of greenery). The meaning of this color, according to the booklet, is abundance and the nature kingdom. Also, having a healthy, loving heart that is free from stress. Go into the forest and relax!

Gold card = “Attract abundance.” I chose the gold card to represent the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow! The card booklet says imagine a gold coin in each of your hands. First, be thankful for what you have now. Then, imagine the gold coins multiplying into a huge pile of coins, growing bigger and bigger. Imagine it up to your ceiling, and spilling out of your front door. This is a good exercise for attracting abundance.

Brown card = “Establish boundaries.”  The brown card is about Mother Earth. The booklet says play with some dirt, like find a stick and draw in it. Or you could do some gardening. Or make mud pies with a kid. The meaning of the color brown is to create healthy boundaries in relationships, so think about that. Always a trouble spot for me!

Jade card = “Take action.” This color is about taking action, but in a calm and easy manner. It’s very meditative and zen (in the Far East, jade stones are very common). Imagine what is you want, and then surround it in a bubble of jade green light. Vow to works toward getting it, but in a straightforward and simple way (without stressing out!).