Talking to Angels

It’s been several years since I let go of my Christian beliefs. So, of course, I felt that there are certain ways of thinking about different aspects of life. Angels are one of those things. I’ve always felt that Angels were part of the Christian belief system and when I changed my beliefs, I wasn’t sure if I still believed in them or not. I thought that believing in them was a contradiction to where I was now at in my faith.

Then I enrolled in the “Talk to Your Angels” course from Jess Carlson; I admit I was a bit skeptical about being able to connect to these beings that I wasn’t sure I believed in anymore. But I did try to keep an open mind when starting to work on the lessons. In the materials, Jess explains that Angels, and even God, are not exclusive to Christianity. I already did believe that God is everywhere, that everyone’s image of God is all really just the same Source energy. So it wasn’t a stretch to have that same opinion of Angels.

It wasn’t difficult for me to really feel comfortable with the processangel, once I let go of the limiting idea that Angels were only Christian. Connecting with them has been very natural for me.  I did, at one time, feel a strong connection to Angels, evidenced by the multitude of Angel cross stitch patterns, by Marilyn Leavitt-Imblum, that I have in a bin somewhere. I had thought about getting rid of them some time ago but never got around to it. Maybe I’ll keep them now, in case I ever take up cross stitch again!

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1 Comment

  1. Miriam Slozberg (@msmir)

    07/02/2013 at 7:54 pm

    I do not stick to any kind of organized religion of any kind and I know Angels, and God and Guides are there, watching over you all the time.

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