I had to laugh when the title for this blog popped into my head earlier. I do a lot of work with angels, and while searching the internet for some angel clip art to put on my website, I was rather surprised that most of it was holiday themed.
It’s true – most of us only think of angels at Christmas time. To some people, angels conjure up visions of the school or church nativity play, with a sometimes less than well-behaved Archangel Gabriel bringing the message to Mary of her immaculate conception.
It’s a real pity because the Angels really want to help and work with all of us at many times in our lives.
They are always there in times of difficulty, but universal laws don’t allow them to intervene unless our lives are in danger. That is, unless we give them permission.
We each have a guardian angel assigned to us at birth, who stays with us our whole life, offering love and support in difficult times and ready to help when needed.
There are hundreds of other angels with specific abilities who would love to help us all at various times, but unless we ask, then can’t.
Why not? Well, because most people don’t know that
a) They’re there waiting for you instructions and
b) That they can!
Yes you can! So, on behalf of the angelic realms, I’m making this request:
Please start asking the angels to help you with anything and everything you need or want some help with! There are legions of these beautiful celestial beings just waiting to love and adore you, and help in any way they can!
Asking for help from the angels couldn’t be easier. All you have to do is think it, and they will know. There’s no special ceremony to perform, angels don’t care about your faith or beliefs, they don’t judge us, and they love us all the same.
Another thing to remember is not to worry about taking angels away from other “more important” tasks to help you with your taxes or other mundane chore you might ask them about. There are always more than enough angels to go around, and they are not held by the constraints of matter or linear time like we are.
Angels often leave small white feathers around as a “calling card” so you know they’re around. Look out for them! Obviously a white feather doesn’t always signify an angel is around. If you live by the sea like I do, white feathers from the noisy resident seagulls are quite common, but look out for them appearing in more unusual places. The angels will try to get your attention one way or another.
Lastly, please remember to say thank you to the angels straight away. They always hear you and they will always do whatever they can to help. A little thank you isn’t necessary, but it’s nice to be nice!
On behalf of the Angels, I’d like to send you all a big, fluffy dose of their heavenly love and light on this rather cold April day.
Remember – they’re never more than a thought away!