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Angels on Your Shoulder

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An angel in Cairo
With love and aloha,
Susan

I was doing a radio interview yesterday and the interviewer mentioned that Gazardiel was her favorite angel. Today a friend e mailed me about finding a new job so I emailed him to her. So when I thought about a post today I realized this was Gazardiel’s day. So here he is.
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Call upon Gazardiel to help you with:
New beginnings
Deepening your understanding of an issue
Releasing an addiction
Finding a new love
Creating the perfect home
Getting that a pay raise
Launching a new career
Gazardiel is the angel of the east and is often called “the illuminated one.” In some Jewish legends he is responsible for the rising and setting of the sun. He embodies innocence, renewal and enlightenment. Gazardiel brings illumination and new beginnings to anyone who asks. He often announces his presence with a shaft of beautiful light. The colors most often associated with Gazardiel are those of a fabulous sunrise: buttery yellow, orange, various hues of pink and purple. When you call upon Gazardiel your prayers will be carried directly to God.
I am sure you don’t doubt that the sun will rise tomorrow. You can be equally sure of Gazardiel’s help.
Invocation:
The ideal place to invoke Gazardiel is where you can clearly see the sunrise. Face the sun and as the first rays of light strike your face ask for his assistance. If you can’t see the sun then just face toward the east. Then clearly state your problem and ask for Gazardiel to illuminate your way. His support is always gentle and loving yet very powerful. The clarity he imparts is amazing.
With love and aloha,
Susan

Aloha everyone,
nida 072 I have found working with angels a very interesting process. I am used to doing things myself and looking at my filter system and processing and . . .
Working with angels is definitely a horse of a different color. Working with celestial beings is more about surrendering, being vulnerable, asking for help, paying attention to your inner guidance and then taking action.
Today I got a wonderful e mail from a woman who had just gotten received a copy of my book. She thanked me for the love she felt emanating from it. She went on to say that she had a problem and had no idea what to do, so she wrote a letter, put it in the book and then went to sleep. In the morning she intuitively knew what to do.
To me that is a wonderful example of how to work with angels. My problem has always been trusting that the process will work and it always does, without fail.
So, if something has been bothering you or is a challenge in your life write about it, put it someplace sacred and let go. Ask for help and know it will be there. You already have a large non-physical staff just waiting for you to ask for help.
With love and aloha,
Susan

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Sunrise in Cairo

With love and aloha,
Susan