It’s more than likely you have heard of angels, whether your book of reference for them was written by a Holy Man or Neil Gaiman, it’s easy to guess what they represent in society. Angels are probably the most accepted figures across religions and cultures, although their images may vary according to who’s doing the interpreting. They have been known to be bringers of guidance, protection, blessings, messages and at times payback. Curiosity strongly aroused this Kat at an early age and I’ve been reading up on them or been fascinated by the roles they play both in my life and others for as long as I can remember. You may or may not have been told by a parent that you always have a guardian angel watching over you. As you transcend into adulthood you may even turn this particular guardian into a parking angel (not to be mistaken to the helicopter riding traffic angel-although the inherent purpose is more or less the same) to find you some place to squeeze your vehicle in.
So, if you’ve ever prayed to an angel for help, here’s some good news. They’re pretty much around to do that, help, all the time, but not necessarily the way you want them to, but in ways you need them to. One of the first books I’ve ever read called Ask Your Angels by Alma Daniel, Timothy Wyllie and Andrew Rainier gives an introduction on the hierarchies of angels, (take note that information found in this book is to be used at the readers discretion ) their names, and purposes. There are also exercises to help you communicate with your personal angel and kick off the process of having an open, consistent line to your celestial BFF. The most valuable lesson I came out with after reading the book and practicing the meditations is, angels always give messages in a loving manner, even warnings. In other words, there is a significant difference between “You should probably sleep in today and relax” compared to “Don’t leave the house as you will get into an accident” The discernment in interpreting what is divine and what is, well, not, is in the language and tone of the message itself. The exercises are not difficult to do perse, but trusting in what you hear (or even see) will be.
If you’d rather go through a guided communication with your angel or in some cases, angels, a more experienced practitioner may be your best bet. There is Regina Dee, founder of The Inner Peace Foundation, who, with her soothing voice and gentle manner leads you through exercises wherein you can prepare your physical and spiritual fields in order to listen to your guides better. Nonoy Ozaeta on the other hand directly channels messages from your guardian angel. He does always caution though that angels are really there to love you unconditionally, and are not meant to be used to read the future. They exist more to help you in whatever you need, whenever you need them. A question like “Is so and so the One” can be met with an amused smile and a playful “possibly”. Which when you think about it, is the truth, because there are endless possibilities. Angel readings I have found though to be most helpful when someone is dealing with a great loss or even the death of a loved one. What your angels say to you during this time can be immensely healing, like a poultice on a stinging wound. Words of great love act like a heavenly hug that wraps around you and makes you realize that yes, everything is going to be alright, but in the meantime, we’re here for you. Don’t be surprised if during a reading tears begin to flow, or the heart begins to stir filling your body with warmth and a tingling sensation. This is normally when you know the message is pure, with the way you feel. It is indescribable in human words, because it is not human in its nature but from a Higher Source.
When blessed with an angel push in the right direction, there is something about it that feels so right, and the manifestation “tools” (person, place, thing) to get you from where you are now to where you want to be (or who you want to be) is accelerated. The wonderful thing about asking your angel is that no question is ever too trivial or too repetitive, you will never be met with rolled eyes or sarcasm, a “What should I wear” will be answered as well as a “Should I take this job?” with love, every single time. If you feel it’s time to get a divine second opinion on your life, all you have to do is ask.
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For more information on The Inner Peace Foundation call 816-0101 to find out more about Nonoy Ozaeta and his Angel Readings go to http://www.angelwithin.wordpress.com.