Conversations With My Vegetable Garden: Growing Vegetables With The Help Of The Vegetable Garden Fairies by Sarah Rajkotwala
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Conversations With My Vegetable Garden is a non-fiction spirituality book which is set in the author’s South Australia garden.
The book continues on from discoveries that Rajkotwala has made and also written about in her other works: The Year Of Talking To Plants and Fairy Sparkles. She uses her psychic abilities to converse with plants and fairies who tend her gardens; it’s an interesting concept to consider.
In this book the plants and fairies offer wise words about planting and how to look after the plants as well as discussing the long-term issues on our planet caused by over-use of chemicals and factory-made fertilisers.
The book certainly makes you think about the benefits of being out in Mother Nature and the changes we can all make to restore plants and trees to help re-balance our world. I particularly liked the last section that included a list of vegetables and their spiritual and nutritional values.
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What would you do if you could talk psychically to plants? What would they say? What would you do if you could talk to the plants? Psychic author Sarah Rajkotwala can do just that and in this, her third spiritual book, decides to explore the internal spiritual world of her vegetable garden. What do the vegetables say when they are conversed with? Can they talk back? What does a vegetable fairy do? Find out these fascinating spiritual discoveries in this unique look into the spiritual life of your vegetable garden. How does being able to talk to your vegetable garden, affect the way you garden in it? Would it change the way you garden or approach nature? Would nature change its approach to you? If the garden is indeed conscious, how will it affect the whole of society to know that their garden knows them, observes them, and has an opinion about their life? What do vegetable garden fairies think on different subjects such as organic gardening and self-sufficiency? In the back of the book there is an alphabetical list of common garden vegetables, here Sarah writes about their energetic qualities and some of their key features, as dictated by the vegetable fairies themselves. Is there a fairy in your vegetable garden? Yes, there is, and it helps your garden every day.