Angels Aren’t Nice
They are compassionate. They are helpful. They are disembodied and therefore more nimble in their actions.
Angels love you more than you will ever comprehend
while in a human body.
Angels will save your life or your children’s lives, whisper guidance in your ear, sing to you as yo uawake, embrace you when you need to be held. Angels will even give you a parking space if that is what you really desire. They can be funny at times. But their aim is not to be ‘nice’. Their aim is to do what’s right and to support you.
At times that might mean being tough, making hard choices, yielding power.
The same of course goes for human angels.
People often feel my love for them first. I send healing their way, remove pain, help with a ‘miracle’ and they say: “You are an angel”. They are right of course since I could be described as a human angel. I have been called various things: a spiritual Master. An Awakened Goddess. Even a Saint in some traditions. Such wonderful varied perception out there!
All being a human angel means is that I enjoy being of service. I happen to be a healing angel, so I can read someone’s energy, know what they feel then think a positive thought nd remove their pain.
But back to my point. Then my new friend or client realizes that I am quite happy to speak the truth and use my sword to cut through the knot of ignorance if need be. My foul mouth surprises some. I am happy to love all of creation. All of my creation. I embrace and love the shadow of each individual as much as their Light, their sweetness as well as their bitterness. And I feel personally responsible for all of who they are in my world since they are a mirror of me and we are One.
Angels aren’t nice. They are real. And multi-faceted, just like everybody else!
In the beautiful words of @LeeHiller :”Angels are strong, fierce and often battle ready, but are kind, compassionate and want us to do well. They are complex beuty. There are days I wear my battle armour and I feel like I am an Archangel. Other days, made of Love and Light. Yes, the gentle soul and fierce warrior, all in one. I often find it a conflict within my own heart.”
Lee’s comments remind me that I nee dto be better at accepting both aspects within myself so that both aspects can be better accepted by my mirrors, those I interact with. Thank you Lee!
Do YOU have a story about an angel who was more than ‘nice’?