Today I call in angels that represent my highest and best good.
I call upon
Archangel Michael in the south
Archangel Gabriel in the west
Archangel Uriel in the north
Archangel Raphael in the east
Archangel Metatron above
Archangel Sandalphon below
And my Highest Divine Self from within
Thank you for your protection, healing light, guidance and divine communication.
Connect with me now.
I hold this space for all of us as we align our hearts. We belong. We breathe in kindness and comfort. We align with our true nature. We acknowledge our authenticity.
We gather today using our physical eyes to witness love and our internal eyes to invite in compassion and love.
We gather today with our physical ears aware of life around us, and listening within our inner ears to our internal sounds and welcome in acceptance.
Invoking the power of angels is as easy as saying the words. I’ve learned to rely on angels by asking for help with anything I need help with. I don’t need the names of angels, though it’s fun to say them. I feel the essence of each one when I speak their name or their job. I feel the essence of each of you when I speak your name.
I started calling on angels to help with doctor’s appointments with my daughter. I wanted support every step of the way, from the car ride to the moment in the exam room. I needed courage to talk about hard things. I needed steady emotions. I needed to be present and patient.
I imagined an angel hovering at all four wheels as we drove. I could see the wind blowing as they held fast in their positions. An angel accompanied my daughter like a tutor would, comforting her. An angel was hanging around the receptionist to help with patience. An angel accompanied the doctor, especially with us there, to enhance all communication.
By using my imagination and my inside voice, I was supported at every step. The car was full. The room was full. I was more comfortable. The angels had their jobs.
It doesn’t take a special skill to call in an angel. It takes awareness of what is needed and then expressing it. I could write it out or imagine it or speak my need. It was easier to call on angels for my daughter. When it came to supporting me, I would forget or stammer or be distracted. My sense of guilt or shame or deservedness got in the way—a big clue to continue to work on my self-worth.
I practiced every moment I remembered to call in an angel. Angels are present for us. They are here at our bidding. We don’t have to prove our worthiness. We have to simply ask.
Humanity is sludging through the ascension of our planet and life is hard. I listen to people’s pain and I hear the struggle. Life is not fair, nor is it predictable. Change is always happening. Send an angel to comfort. Ask an angel for support.
When I first learned to invoke an angel, I was embarrassed. It was a private request I kept inside. In my work, I call in angels. The power of words holds energy beyond just the sound of them.
Calling in help by naming the need is calling in an angel. A parking angel. A courage angel. A comforting angel. A patience angel. A calming angel. A solution angel. Anything is possible, all in the name of love and support. All defined by what I need. I imagine what I need and it becomes real. I set the intention and I open to belief. I have the power to ask for help and I have the power to deny help.
So, the next time you are struggling, take a breath and figure out what will calm you in the moment. Is it feeling held? Is it needing patience? Is it understanding of a situation? Is it trusting a process? I’ve learned to be patient with my request. My willingness to be open is part of the task. Calling on an angel takes participation by both me and the angel. I open the door. I create the intention and I let them in.
Thank you. I liked the angels. It’s a tool I use everywhere, like when I’m driving, when I’m doing anything. If I start to feel stressed, I can ask for help. I like what you said about not having to name them, just ask for help. And breathe. If I pay attention to my breathing, it helps alleviate my stress. Those two tools—asking angels for help and paying attention to my breath. Right now, I’ve been praying to St. Anthony because I can’t find something I need for a trip next week. When you pray for lost things, it helps. I’m hoping it will show up. I do believe in it. These are helpful tools. Thank you.
Dear St. Anthony, please come 'round, somethings lost and can’t be found!
Thank you. My spirit went to a place of joy as soon as I realized the topic. Angels have entered my life this last year at a new level. I know of a young child, two years old, who has a major cancer. He captured my heart. I talked to the Alliance of Divine Love which is connected to Archangel Michael. I ask Michael for strength and he shows up and provides the extra strength I need. It gives him joy. Another little child I know is also going through extensive cancer treatments. I am happy to ask Michael and Raphael for help. When I’m asked to pray or someone is on my heart, I include the angels and I ask Raphael to go to the person. It’s wonderful teamwork.
As a scientist, I don’t believe in angels. I believe in science. I believe in the laws of physics. At the same time, when I lived in Southern California, parking is always a problem. I learned there is a parking angel, Jesse Cooperman. And when I needed a parking spot, I’d always ask this angel for help and the parking spot always showed up. I do have evidence that angels work in my life. It confused my brain trying to resolve all this. But western science doesn’t know everything and much more will be revealed in the future. Meanwhile, I still pray to Jesse Cooperman for a parking spot.
Thank you for the reading and the comments. I was going to ask what do you mean by angels because I put it in the context of a Christian culture and I’m not Christian. At the same time, I recognize I don’t understand beyond humanity what larger things I am connected to. I do believe and have a connection to spirit, spiritual beings beyond me. I cannot label what they are but I certainly believe there is something greater than me. I feel angels are an expression of one culture and they don’t fit for me. I translate them to mean what I believe they mean.
A medium once said to me that angels are beings of light. They are so bright that someone interpreted them as having wings, but it is the light that emanates from them so bright. That one statement has allowed me to unhitch myself from my childhood belief system that angels have wings. The thought of an angel being so pure light that they beam out light is more comforting. I was thinking about that as you were talking.
I’m not Christian either and I had to translate what sounded Christian into a non-Christian view.
I wanted to add to the discussion that after I did EST, I also learned you can have an intention to find a parking spot. You didn’t have to have an angel. It almost always works. It also makes you less stressed in finding it which helps in the search.
That really defines what an angel is because we are putting our intention out. I just like to imagine having support by another being just because it helps me.
I have parking karma. Awesome parking karma. It does lessen the stress. A couple of days ago I had to drive a family member downtown for his vaccine and he was very anxious. I told him my parking karma will make things fine. Of course, I found a parking spot right around the corner.
I think an intention is calling in an angel because we have that ability. No matter one’s belief.
I was picturing how angels are depicted in human form as beautiful creatures. I was thinking how each of us has some angel within us. If we look at every face we see and imagine an angel in there, things would be different.
Thank you so much. This was a good reminder to keep calling in angels. I have to decide what to do for my pets who are very old. I could call in the kitty angel. My cat is the epitome of an angel, comfort, sweetness. I also think animals are angels, they are gifts from God and the universe.
You can call in the kitty angel and call in the wisdom to know what steps to take, for the guidance. And from your cat’s point of view, I see that you are her angel.
Something should be said about expectations and expectancy. When I’m in a position of needing something, I’ve learned to become aware whether it’s my fear demanding help or my heart opening to help. When I’ve been in a position of needing help, it’s usually my fear needing something that’s going to alleviate what I’m worrying about. Whether one looks at it as an intention or an angel—both are beams of light, neither of which we can see. Coming at it from a place of the heart helps sort out the expectation versus the expectancy. The intention opens our minds to possibilities. Our brains filter out so much because we can’t process everything coming at us. Our expectations create a filter through which we view our world. An intention opens up our minds to see other things that we wouldn’t normally see or experience.
Expectations are based on fear. It’s fun to keep in mind, as we go about our day, to think about the support we can call in by naming the intention, by naming what we need.
I agree that asking angels for things can come from fear. But I’m confused.
If I am in a place of fear and I’m needing something to happen in order to alleviate my fear, expectation is leading the way because solutions come in all different ways that are beyond my thinking brain. I think it’s wise to take a breath. When we take a breath in that desperate place, a breath helps to connect us to our heart and then we are more open to comfort instead of demanding a result.
It helps me to be more open and less controlling. Being open to possibility.
When I have had situations that I can’t see my way out of and I’m working my best to examine every angle and every possible scenario, what usually results is beyond what my imagination could have come up with. It’s beyond what my thinking mind could imagine and open to all possibilities.
Thank you all for listening to me talk about angels. I hope you can find comfort in it based on how you receive support and guidance in your life. This is a cloudy day here but it doesn’t stop me from feeling the intention of spring emerging and the warmth of renewal and a gentleness that I grant myself as I walk throughout my day. I hope you all have a blessed day.