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Essential Angels

You were born with the divine right to reach out to the angels whenever you need them. They hear you, they see you, and for your entire life, they’ve witnessed your joys and hardships. They want you to contact them. They want to help you more. The secret is, you have to know which angels to access, and you have to know how to access them.

When I set out to write my new book, Medical Medium: Secrets Behind Chronic and Mystery Illness and How to Finally Heal, I was determined from the very beginning to include a chapter on angels. I knew it was an unconventional choice. Medical Medium is a health book. It’s a reference full of solid answers and protocols for healing specific illnesses. It’s also a guide to preventing disease, living longer, maximizing energy, and detoxifying from everyday exposure to the poisons of our modern world. In its pages, I’m very clear that there are real, physical reasons that people get and stay sick—and real, physical ways to get better.

And yet the spiritual side of life is still so important to our health. Spiritual strength is what helps us endure the trials of illness and the sometimes long road to healing. A sense of purpose is what makes us care about making the right decisions to live long, healthy lives. So in the final section of my book, I included a full chapter on soul-healing techniques and meditations, and a full chapter on angels.

The angels I write about in Medical Medium are a group I call the essential angels. These are ancient, named angels who are rarely called upon, so they're readily available to come to your aid. The essential angels want to help you heal, protect you from harm, and lead you to the right choices. They want to connect you with financial support, the right partner, your true home. They want to help you experience the miracles of this world amid the chaos. The angels are here for you.

I know there will be skeptics. In my over 25 years of helping people reclaim their health, I’ve seen the range of reactions. I’ve spoken with many people who believe that logic and science cancel out any chance that angels exist, and I’ve spoken with many whose logic leads them to believe in angels, given that so many records throughout the millennia point to their existence. The most common reaction people have to the mention of angels, though, is that they want to believe and yet feel that any efforts they’ve made to contact the angels have failed. They feel abandoned and unheard, left to call the shots on their own. If this describes you, I understand your distress. And I want you to know that there’s a way to finally make contact.

The first step is to have faith. This is part of giving the angels your true consent to intervene in your life. Visualize faith as a golden rope—a lifeline—trailing down from the sky. Now grab onto it and pull. Picture that rope leading all the way up into the heavens, sounding a bell loud and clear to announce your belief, intention, and permission. Ring it as many times as you need to, whenever you start to feel doubt or fear creep into your mind. Walk around all day holding onto the rope if you need to, tugging on it wherever you go. Feel faith seep into your being, body and soul. Imagine what your life could be like with help from divine hands.

The essential angels will hear the sacred peals of that bell. They’ll watch as you make room in your life for them. And as soon as you discover the secrets of how to truly reach them, they’ll be at your side to attend to your needs.

Learn more about the Essential Angles in the New York Times Bestselling book Medical Medium.

This item posted: 31-Jul-2015

 

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