Hey Why pray to angels and not God? by Kyle Gray, firstname.lastname@example.org
How are you?
I’ve been a student of angelology for over a decade. I’ll never forget the first time I went into silent prayer and called out internally to my angels. I had been haunted by a migraine ever since I was a little boy. This reoccurring intense headache made me feel sick, overwhelmed and sleepy.
Growing up we had no idea what the migraine headache was over. My parents knew I was a sensitive boy and after taking me off all sugar, E numbers and everything else the 90’s produced that wasn’t ‘good’ for you.
So here I am, my 14-year-old self, the Sunday school goer, on his knees. Calling out. Pleading. Asking. Hoping.
I asked the angels to remove my migraine headache, to my surprise, it vanished and was never to be felt again.
This was the beginning of an incredible relationship with everything angels. I truly believed and still do to this day that my angels helped me clear that pain. I believe that the pain was from many questions that had. I wanted to know what the world wanted with me from a very early age because I could see things that (mostly) other people couldn’t.
I couldn’t hold my water. I wanted everyone to know about their angels. I wanted everyone else to feel that love and support that became mine so instantly. I was evangelical about the angels (pun totally intended).
Many people were interested in angels when I shared about them but I also faced a lot of resistence. This same resistance is shared today particularly from religious people. I am often asked: Why do you pray to angels instead of going directly to God?
For a long time I would say: Well God made angels for us to pray to. These angels are working for God and so therefore, God would not be offended. This is what I stuck to for years. One of the things that i was conflicted with was the idea that God and the angels are somewhere else. You know? That Idea that they’re ‘up there’ and we’re ‘down here’.
It wasn’t until I started studying at a deeper level through meditation, reading books on quantum mechanics and really embodying the teachings of A Course in Miracles that I recognized that angels, God and love are all with us, within us, surrounding us and a part of us. Essentially you cannot separate one from the other – they come as a package, they come as one.
Today my response to that resisting question is simple and I wanted to share it with you because this knowing can really help others understand the miracles that the angels offer to us.
Here is my new idea and response:
If God was to be a heart and that heart was to beat, the beat would be an angel.
If God was to be a mind and that mind was to think, the thought would be an angel.
Therefore, when I’m speaking to an angel, I’m speaking directly to the heart of God.
When I’m speaking to an angel, I’m speaking directly to the mind of God.
The angels are one with God, the angels are an expression of complete love.
This is why I pray to angels, because when I speak to the angels I’m speaking directly to God’s love.
** Note: God can be changed to love, universe, source, creator. Whatever feels authentic to you. **
I hope this helps you on your angel adventures.