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Where to look for Angels

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Where to look for Angels!

Many people have the idea that seeing angels is similar to seeing other people, except angels of course have ornate wings and halos… The reality however, is that the natural state of angels is pure spirit, high vibrational frequency, and light.

For this reason, seeing angels is usually more like seeing flashes of light, orbs, or streaks of luminescent color, than it is like seeing your friend standing across the room from you.

For most people, angels present themselves in even more abstract ways using symbols and other signs.

Angels can however take many forms, and yes, they do sometimes manifest as physical beings, and other times they appear with halos and wings.

Angels may also look to you like a beautiful person surrounded with a glowing light, they may appear as a light orb, as shimmering light, as a glowing outline, or they may simply manifest in your awareness as high vibrational Love energy.

Common ways to see and perceive angels include in a meditative state, as an intellectual understanding, in an internal vision, through peripheral vision, in a dream or in the hypnogogic state (that state between being awake and sleeping).

To give you an example, I see Archangel Metatron as the most beautiful field of purple, gold and pink energy, spiralling geometric forms, and Divine Presence. I started seeing Metatron in this way internally, while meditating or channelling, but with continued awareness, I now notice Metatron in plain sight, and often out of the corner of my eye.

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