Hello, beautiful souls.
I thought I'd share some fascinating angel signs that happened to me/ for me this week.
I don't ask for angel signs often. Maybe a couple times a year.
Perhaps it's because my daughter is a spiritual healer and angel card reader, among other talents, or because of my own intuition and spiritual views, or the things I've learned in editing and publishing Lisa's first three amazing spiritual guidebooks. (This is also a hint that her fourth book, You Are Enough: Activate Your Angels & Magnetize a Soul-FULL Life - being released in October - will blow your mind! Here's a link to her Kickstarter crowdfunding project, where you can preorder the book at a discount and receive other offerings including channelled meditations and private readings - http://kck.st/3AQVknK)
Anyway... Angel signs have just kind of appeared in front of me randomly since my mom passed away in 2011 and Lisa began training in spiritual healing the following year. Coins, feathers, dragonflies, butterflies...
But back to this week.
I've been pondering something for the last few days, overthinking it as usual (cause that's what I do and it isn't annoying at all).
So I finally decided to ask for a sign while I was driving one day and listening to the radio.
"If I'm meant to go this way, I need to hear a song about an angel," I stubbornly thought. "Good luck with that, Universe," was my follow-up thought, putting no pressure at all on the Universe to deliver.
So I kept driving. I changed the radio station a couple times, then I zoned out and began daydreaming about this and that and this again...
Then I noticed the song playing on the radio...
"My blood runs cold
My memory has just been sold
My angel is the centrefold
Angel is the centrefold..."
In that uptempo song by J. Geils Band, the word "angel" is repeated many, many times.
Well played, Universe. Well played.
The next afternoon, I was standing in my backyard, watering my flowers, when a big, gorgeous blue-green hummingbird flew in. It landed on one and then another zinnia flower, then flew over to a second patch beneath my sunflowers to touch on three more flowers!
I haven't seen a hummingbird in my yard for at least 10 years!
I didn't have a camera, so I'm sure it flew slower than usual and stayed longer than usual so I could imprint the images in my memory.
(Below is a photo of my zinnias and sunflowers. Imagine the lovely bird enjoying the end of this year's flowers.)
I guess I got my answer, huh?
P.S. Lisa Driver's first three spiritual guidebooks can be purchased from this page - https://www.driverworks.ca/healing--wellness.html