Penny Kelly is the co-owner, with her husband, Jim Jenzen, of Lily Hill Farm and Learning Center in SW Michigan. She teaches a variety of workshops, on the topics of intuition, dreams, gardening, food and nutrition. She maintains a large consulting practice that includes both spiritual and nutritional consulting, and fills a number of speaking engagements. Penny also writes books and poetry, raises chickens, milks cows, and grows organic vegetables and small fruits.
For some years she has been involved in scientific research and investigations into consciousness at Pinelandia Laboratory near Ann Arbor, MI and has been the subject of some research as well.
She holds a degree in Humanistic Studies from Wayne State University, a degree in Naturopathic Medicine from Clayton College of Natural Health, and is currently working toward her Ph.D. in nutrition from the American Holistic College of Nutrition.
Tuesday's main guest, consultant and author Penny Kelly (lilyhillfarm.org) shared her story of meeting with a group of elves on her Michigan farm. She explained that she struck up a deal with the creatures, who as nature guardians, would help to increase the grape yield at her vineyards in exchange for her telling the world that elves do indeed exist. Described as being 20-24 inches tall, she said the elves were an "ageless" and "ragbag" bunch (sometimes as many as 12 or 13 would appear) and had "huge pointed ears." Kelly said she had a history of being in contact with beings from other dimensions, such as "The Robes," who she likened to "little monks," that she encountered after her Kundalini awakening in the late 1970's. "Sit down and create a deliberate picture [of the elves] in your mind," or let one come to you naturally, Kelly said of trying to make initial contact with the elusive creatures. Using visualization techniques, she suggested, was the first step in opening ... More »Host: George Noory