The way I receive my messages from the Angels is quite simple – I put my fingers to the keyboard and ask them a question. Most often, that question is, “What message do you have for the world today?” Their response is always swift – and they type much faster than I do.
The messages that I receive may be very different from what you’ve read elsewhere. I’ve read some eloquent, flowery messages that were absolutely beautiful to read – some of them are life altering.
When I started doing this work, I said to the Angels, “If we’re going to do this, let’s help someone. The more people we help, the better.” So that’s what I hope this column that Lightposts has so graciously given me achieves. I want to change someone’s life for the better. I want to give someone who’s going through a challenging time in their life the courage to face another day. I want to give something back to the world through these messages and my writing.
The types of messages I receive are very direct and to the point. They are never florid, and hopefully not ever abstruse. But whatever they are, I hope they make you take pause and think. I hope they give you the tools you need to work through a situation or problem, to make your life and your relationships better, and to give you a better understanding as to who the Angels are and how they work to help us.
Sometimes the messages will be from a group of Angels. They will be signed, “The Angels.” And other times, a specific Angel will come through. Archangel Michael if my favorite and he often comes through for me. When he does, I always feel a little bit closer to God. Archangel Michael is a messenger of God, and his messages are very serious, not necessarily intended to change anyone’s life, individually, but to change all of humanity. It’s interesting to see how his messages differ from the others.
I hope you enjoy my column, “Messages from the Angels.” If you have any thoughts or comments along the way, I’d love to hear from you. And if you have any questions for the Angels, I definitely want to hear from you.
Have a blessed day,