Angels At Work

I introduced Sheryl, my niece-sister, a couple of posts back titled “Thank You Just Doesn’t Cover It”. She received an email from a friend, one that she had gifted a copy of Journey From Ego, and she forwarded it to me. Sheryl tells me that she gets this type of feedback on a regular basis, (but rarely in print). I wanted to share it because it’s a spectacular example of one type of angelic intervention, so here it is:

“I had to place a kid at St. Mary’s and it was taking way         toooooo long so I asked the angels to help us out.  We had a date of admission for 8/5, then it changed to the 4th. So I started writing the disposition report and on Wednesday I thought I had a few more days to finish. Silly me. On Wednesday afternoon I got a call from the placement and was asked if we could do the intake the next day, (7/30) at 2:00. Of course I said yes but then had to work like a mad woman…to have everything ready for the next day’s hearing at 1:00 and then run to St. Mary’s. It serves me well for not paying attention and being ready, because the angels will respond…!”

Yes, they will. One caveat though. The angels always hear us if we wish it, and they always answer, but now and then the answer might be difficult to hear. It’s not because the answer is unclear, it’s because we don’t want to hear the answer that’s being provided. We have to remain open-minded. The answer that is given might encourage one to move in an expected, even unwanted direction. The answer might even be “no” when what we really wanted to hear was “yes”, or vice-versa. Sometimes when we believe that the angels aren’t talking to us, it’s because we’re blocking them out – we think  we want an answer to our question, or our dilemma, but really we don’t.

Always bear in mind, we all have free will; we can make the choice whether or not to follow through on the suggestions that come to us via the angels. Then it’s just a matter of remaining accountable for our actions.

I invite you to share your angelic interventions in “Comments”. If you prefer that yours not be made public, just let me know.