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Angels on Your Shoulder

This is an excerpt from my book The Complete Encyclopedia of Angels:

Bath Kol

 

p063-thumb-225x250-5143Bath Kol (Bat Qol) is known as the “heavenly voice” or the “daughter of voice.” In the Old Testament she is symbolized by a dove. Bath Kol encourages loving, clear communications. She will assist you in connecting with your spirit and deepening your experience of love. Bath Kol is also the angel of prophecy, offering us the gift of profound insights into the future. You can use those insights when making your choices.

Bath Kol will come to you during a crisis and remind you that this is a safe and loving universe. Her loving wings will enfold you the moment you open your heart and mind to her and ask for her assistance.

Bath Kol can be invoked when you are finding it difficult to forgive someone or to release your judgments about yourself or about a situation. She will show you how to live with grace, ease and an open heart. She has the most beautiful voice. Allow her celestial voice to fill your heart and mind as she guides you.

Invocation

To call upon Bath Kol, think about what you want to create, then sing out your request. Ask for her help and she will be there.

You might say:

Bath Kol, divine daughter of voice, I ask for you assistance. Please guide me as I move forward in my life. Help me to overcome my judgment and to see life through the eyes of love. Assist me in making choices which will enrich my life and the lives of those around me. I give thanks for your understanding, love and support.

Bath Kol will help you to:

  • Utilize forgiveness
  • Improve your singing
  • Speak with greater clarity
  • Decide what you want to create
  • See the possibilities your future contains
  • Deepen your ability to love

 

Calling the angels into your home

With love and aloha,
Susan

Angels are everywhere just open your mind and your heart to the signs.

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