It seems that lately the catchy marketing terms for selling books and seminars are “heaven” and “angels.” I understand the logic. There are opportunists who are using religious terms to draw in people who are either stuck in their religious beliefs or sitting on the fence. If you really want to believe that angels exist and there is a heaven, someone is willing to take your money in exchange for telling you what you want to hear. The bottom line is, you are contributing to th
The advertisements on social media seem to be increasing. One of the most popular marketing tools these days is “Angels.” People claiming to be spiritual while pandering to the religious crowd is nothing new. We are now subjected to advertising for everything from angel cards to abundance from angels and people who claim to be channeling angels or even be guided by angels. Be who your soul is and don’t be afraid to distance yourself from the religious dogma that includes so-c
These terms are not mutually exclusive or in my opinion, all that necessary. I believe all energy we use for spirit communication, healing, etc. is channeled from source. There is only ONE source. We as humans feel the need to "identify" an energetic, spiritual counterpart in the channeling process. So we assign terms like angels and spirits and guides.
The term "Angels" is generally embraced by those who have difficulty detaching from organized religion due to fear, guilt,