I am delighted to speak to Penny Kelly, owner of Lily Hill Farm and Learning Center in SW Michigan, USA.
She is a teacher, publisher, lecturer, spiritual coach/consultant and Naturopathic Physician. In 1979 she experienced a full, spontaneous awakening of kundalini that completely changed her life. A Tool and Process Engineer for Chrysler Corporation at the time, she eventually left Chrysler and returned to school to study the brain, consciousness, perception, cognition, intelligence and intuition.
Penny teaches a variety of classes and workshops on the topics of intuition, gardening, food and nutrition. She maintains a large consulting practice that includes spiritual and nutritional. She is the author of several books including: The Evolving Human, The Elves of Lily Hill Farm, Robes – A Book of Coming Changes, and From The Soil To The Stomach.
In 1988, after moving to Lawton in SW Michigan, she began teaching in a dilapidated old barn that eventually became Lily Hill Farm. The barn is now both Learning Center and busy B&B. Today, Penny travels widely teaching classes and conducting workshops on intuition, gardening, food and nutrition. She maintains a worldwide consulting practice that includes both spiritual and nutritional consulting and fills a number of speaking engagements. Penny also writes poetry, raises chickens, beef cows, and grows organic vegetables and small fruits.
For 15 years, she was involved in scientific research and investigations into crop circles, consciousness, and plasma physics at Pinelandia Laboratory near Ann Arbor, MI as the student and later the associate of Dr. Wm. Levengood.
Penny holds a degree in Humanistic Studies from Wayne State University, a degree in Naturopathic Medicine from Clayton College of Natural Health, and continues her research into consciousness and perception.
In this podcast, I asked Penny about her second book, The Elves of Lily Hill Farm
1. Penny Kelly, welcome back.
In a previous podcast, we discussed your first book, The Evolving Human. This podcast, I would like to discuss your second book, The Elves of Lily Hill Farm. If I may quote the book’s description: “it’s a powerful story of one woman’s discovery that nature is full of small intelligences that can be communicated with” Now, you believe that there are elves, how so?
2. What are elves?
3. Where or when did you first meet the elves and what was the nature of the deal you made with them?
4. What did you learn from the elves?