Barnes & Noble.com
Are angels real, or imaginary? Can they really save your life or intervene in your destiny? If they are real, can we talk to them like we would a good friend? Do they hear our thoughts and know our every deed? Do angels have opinions or judge us? “Archangels Speak,” answers these and many other questions.
“Archangels Speak” is the compilation of channeled information taken from many, many sessions over a year’s time. In the book the archangels share their perspective on such topics as Fear of Death, Soul Age and Soul Groups, Karma, the 2012 Prophecies, Marriage and Connecting with Dead Loved Ones. The purpose of an angel is to align you with your Higher Self, with your Higher Truth. The purpose of an angel is not to live your life for you or to tell you what to do, because to do that would take away your free will and the very reason you are here on earth. The reason you are here is to make choices, learn lessons, grow and become, hopefully, more open and spiritually aware; eventually to align the spiritual body with the physical body so there isn’t such a discrepancy between the two. An angel’s job is to remind you what your Higher Self already knows which is: fear is illusion, Love opens the heart, we are all one, God “forgives” you unconditionally, and harsh judgment creates disharmony on the earth.
The best way to use angels in your life is to think of them as a means to bring you into alignment with your Higher Truth and Higher Self. The angels help you overcome the restrictions created by ego and make your life run more smoothly. Each of us has an ego; it is the part of our mind that defends itself. The ego says, “Hey, I know what’s true. I know what is best for you.” When we get stuck in those defensive points of view, operating primarily from the defended ego, we often get ourselves into ruts and patterns that make us miserable.
With the angel’s words, this book helps to “bump” us out of that ego mind and into something grander. It asks us to consider Love before hate and challenges us to think in new ways.
"Some of you feel that this journey of self-discovery needs to be a struggle. I struggle to find who I am. I struggle to find God. I struggle to find my purpose, as though you are laden and burdened with this task of self-discovery. There is no more joyful task than the task of self-discovery. You will find at the end of the road lies the most beautiful soul and that soul is you. The struggle is something humans are in love with. Learn to be wedded to joy as much as you are to pain. Find joy in the act of self-discovery and change the world.
"In the days to come, be honest about how you feel. Please take a moment to sit with your true feelings so that you can recognize again who you are. You can begin to recognize the truth in your heart of who you are.
"Once you have the truth of your identity you will find it much easier to contact higher angels or spiritual beings because you won’t be hiding. Many people feel afraid that if they contact spiritual beings such as angels they are being 'seen.'” They fear they are being judged by us. This embarrasses you. You feel you are being shamed. In some cases you fear us because we are showing you the truth of yourself: you are afraid of the mirror of Truth.
"The more you begin to love and understand who you are truly and feel that all parts of yourself, including your shadow are integrated into your consciousness, then the more you will feel comfortable allowing all parts of yourself to be revealed to angels."