Psychic servant, spiritual guide
The guardian angel hidden in etheric luminosity by our sides
Giving gifts without a thought
In whispers, dreams and symbols your aid is caught
Guiding us through humble trials
Angels circulate for many miles
Always waiting whilst life begins
Surrounded by your presence from earth to birth
Beside us until the end of this soul film
When I saw you, I saw an angel in disguise, an embodiment of love
Maybe if we got rid of our demons, we would get rid of our angels
Un-winged and naked, the sorrow of demons surrenders its crown up to a throne of grace
In this existence, some of the most beautiful things come wrapped in a crown of thorns
He who has rejected his demons drains us to death with his angels
Yet, interceding, in times of need
Watching over you, your Self is there
For we are all angels temporarily hiding as humans in their sphere lair.
Halo symbol is a circle of light that is shown in religious art as surrounding the head of an enlightened or Godly being. It is also known as Aureole, Nimbus, Gloriole, and Glory. The symbol represents the radiant aura that is all around pious and saintly persons. So, it has become representative of divinity, supreme power, and sacredness. The Halo can be depicted in almost any color. However, since it represents light, it is usually shown as white, yellow, golden or red. In all probability, the practice of using the Halo with deities is the result of identifying the divine beings with the Sun.
As a holy symbol, the Halo is not restricted to any particular religion or culture and halos have been extensively used to depict holiness, especially in the Christian, Islamic, Hindu and Buddhist religious images. Halos have been seen in the ancient Greek and Roman art which is likely to have influenced its use in the Christian art. The Halo is closely associated with the Christian symbol of Circle, which represents eternity. The Christians considered the circle as divine since several of God’s creations such as the sun, moon, and planets were circular. The halo came to be connected with the luminous circle around the moon and sun.
In the Asian art such as the Chinese bronzes, the Halo is often shown not merely as light, but as consisting of flames. The symbol has been widely used in Indian art, especially the Buddhist iconography and Hindu sculptures. Japanese and Chinese Buddhist art have long used the halo in images of Amitabha Buddha. Tibetan Buddhism has also used it a lot in statues and the Thangka paintings of deities and saints.
The Halo has appeared in the Islamic art as well, specifically in Moghul art and Persian miniatures.
As the belief in Angels continues to grow, people are becoming less reluctant to speak openly about their encounters with them.
While all entities on the ‘Other Side’ are able to interact with one another, Angels are in a league (or realm) of their own, and they differ from Spirit Guides in significant ways.
- Angels never incarnate – they never experience life in ‘human’ form.
- Angels do not review our blueprints before we come here, nor have knowledge of our charts during our lifetime. Depending upon the difficulty of the life we’ve chosen, we recruit a certain number of Angels to oversee our journey – but that number can increase during our times of greatest despair and danger.
- Angels assist us with our humanitarian and spiritual efforts.
- Spirit Guides and all other transcended spirits are either male or female. In their natural form on the ‘Other Side’ Angels are androgynous.
There is an order (or levels) to the population of Angels. The higher the level or order, the more powerful the Angel. Angels can advance from one level to another, earning their advancement by their good deeds and their bodies of experience.
· The first level of Angels are the one who descend to our dimension most often, to protect and rescue us.
· Archangels are the ‘image makers’ and are the ‘messengers’.
· The Cherubim and Seraphim are like ‘junior’ Angels.
· The Thrones and Principalities are the most powerful of the Angels. Thrones are static, non-active, wisdom keepers, who never descend to our dimension.
· Principalities do descend, but only in the most dire of circumstances. Only the Principalities can intervene at a cataclysmic or potentially fatal moment in our lives.
A defining description of every human encounter with an Angel, is that the Angel came and went without ever speaking a word. Angels are completely non-verbal and communicate through ‘infused knowledge’.
Angels can materialize briefly as anything from a little girl to a kindly old man, or any form that won’t frighten the person they have arrived to help, or that won’t attract too much attention to themselves. If a stranger suddenly appears, makes some gesture to help and protect you, and then vanishes again without a word before you can thank them, chances are you’ve had help from the ‘Other Side’, in the form of an Angel.
The Angels know what is the highest best for all better than we do, therefore, sometimes the most loving help they can offer is to stand back and let us have a negative experience so that we are able to learn from our mistakes, and to overcome negativity for the greater knowledge of our spirit.
Angels are always available to help us with all matters – all we need to do is remember to call on them.
Allergic reactions day after day, laying in bed while the world plays. The vehicle appears to be getting weaker, the immune system lagging in time, is the next reaction going to end this life? These pills they shoved down my throat are decimating this young body, I miss that somebody years ago. The world rotates while I lay and bide this life’s course, in bed staring at walls and writing my heart out until it bleeds onto paper.
Sitting down to meditate, body pain riddes and rattles me. Breathing in pink light energised with love and visualising breathing out the pain and anxieties running through the mind, a foggy smoke regurgitates out; repeating this flow a few times. Meditative states bring me to scenes of the past like a movie flashing before me eyes. Tears tumble down my cheeks as I see the inner child lonely, afraid and scared, I hug her close, wipe her tears and tell her she is, I am, all she has been searching for. A healing meditation; thanking my guides and visualising once again a white light surrounding my body – my energy and auric field is safe and protected. Bowing my head, thanking God for this life even through the hell. Opening my doors to the soul, the world is clearer yet still in a foggy post-allergic reaction state, it is late afternoon now and it will take a couple days to recover. Seeing the blessings in all, this is a time to rest and write in bed, channelling my energy into words.
Hug your inner child, hug that child inside that was hurt. We all hurt.
Keep going, keep trudging through the mud and cloudy hazy initiation forests..
~Love is the answer. Amber, DiosRaw 01/04/21
Sometimes the devil is disguised as an angel, sometimes the angel is disguised as the devil. ~ DiosRaw