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I found some beautiful guided audio meditations online that, while not specifically about angels, include them. They are for celebrating peace, especially on New Year’s Eve and Day. I think they’re wonderful for anytime, though. Sanaya Roman and Duane Packer created them.

Here’s the link: Celebration of Peace Meditations


The glow of angels is all around us all the time, but how many of us actually allow ourselves to enter into it?

For the last couple of days I have been practicing the exercises in a book called Transforming Stress: The Heartmath Solution For Relieving Worry, Fatigue, And Tension by Doc Childre and Deborah Rozman. The exercises seem to be working very well and are a kind of simple meditation that you can do anytime, anywhere. If I tell any more I’ll be giving it away and probably breaking copyright laws. The fascinating part of it, for me, is that they are based on recent finds in biological research of the heart and mind which seem to validate a lot of “woo woo” spiritual pursuits. So much for woo woo. 😉

So…that’s the back story. On to the good stuff.

I just had an insight while meditating as to the way I’ve been with angels and I feel like I should share it here in case it resonates with anyone else. I was aware of an inner sanctuary, something I’ve become more clear about in the last week. And in that sanctuary were angels who had a warm glow about them which made me feel exactly as I felt as a little girl when standing in the glow of the Christmas tree each year. I still enjoy the lights at Christmas very much, but I think somewhere along the line I lost that feeling of hope in my heart that I had as a girl. The glow seemed to hold so much promise and magic.

What the angels showed me just now is that they have that place in my heart as well, but I don’t let myself go there. I see them easily in my mind, and sense them in my heart, but I don’t let myself be in their presence all the way to the point where I’m in the middle of the glow. My analytical mind says right away that it’s because of too many disappointments as an adult, and even worse, the withdrawal pangs when I have to leave that glow and go about daily life.

The sense I’m getting as I write this is that there is a way to stay in that glow and it doesn’t have to be so far removed from reality. It’s just a different kind of reality. And the way to get it is to start letting myself enjoy the promise and the magic of the angel’s light.