Have you ever wondered if you are an incarnated angelic being? In my new book Earth Angel Realms, I share some of the fascinating characteristics of Incarnated Angels, the typical details of their earthly experiences, and ways for them to enhance and enjoy the special gifts they bring to our world. Here are some of the identifying features of the Incarnated Angel:
An Incarnated Angel is filled with wide-eyed compassion and love. The reflection of some personal pain is evident in the eyes, but it’s outweighed by the look of Divine Love. Incarnated Angels look past the surface and see the potential within each person. Incarnated Angels have the classic physical features of angels that artists have captured. They look like angels, whether male or female. With their sweet faces and dispositions, people will call them “angel” without realizing the profound truth of that statement.”
For example, you might hear an Incarnated Angel say, “Many people have come up to me and said, ‘You look just like an angel,’ or ‘You’re so angelic.’ Often these are those who aren’t familiar with my work or my love for angels.” Many people report clairvoyantly seeing large feathered wings extending from the shoulder blades of Incarnated Angels, and a glowing white light emanating from their bodies.
As with the other Earth Angel realms, it’s important for Incarnated Angels to let their lights shine, even if they’re afraid of ridicule or rejection. One Incarnated Angel said, “There’s a part of me that wants to fold my angel wings and hide my true identity sometimes. This manifests as sometimes not doing my healing work or missing deadlines for advertising my practice.”
Yet, when Incarnated Angels spread their wings and fly, it’s sheer beauty to behold. One Incarnated Angel who has realized the importance of surrendering all of her fears to her guardian angels says, “At this time, I know that I’m definitely on the right path. All of the desires of my heart are being manifested before me now that I’ve surrendered and released my life to the service of the angels. Nothing can ever take that away from me. My life purpose and my path have never been clearer or more rewarding. I struggled for so many years, and now I feel like I’m floating on a cloud most of the time!”
Incarnated Angels are often attracted to the helping professions, and they make wonderful healers and counselors (traditional or nontraditional), schoolteachers, and members of the travel industry. Most Incarnated Angels enjoy one-on-one work more than working with groups or speaking in front of groups. They’re very adept at finding their place in large companies, provided that management has a humanitarian work ethic. Incarnated Angels are miserable working for unethical bosses or firms.
Guidance and Suggestions If You’re an Incarnated Angel
If you’re an Incarnated Angel, you’ll have a more peaceful and prosperous time on Earth if you remember to do the following:
— Shield yourself with energy and light, especially before helping someone. This will reduce your need to overeat in order to protect yourself with a layer of extra body weight.
— Wait before saying yes. Instead of automatically agreeing to every request for help, give yourself time to meditate, and think about whether it’s something that truly is part of your mission and your heart’s desire. When people ask something of you, tell them, “Let me think about it,” or “I’ll get back to you on this.” These individuals will respect the fact that you’re taking care of yourself.
— Replace the apology habit with positive affirmations. Incarnated Angels habitually apologize when they’ve done nothing wrong. This habit stems from the desire to keep everyone happy, even if it means shifting the blame to themselves. To boost the happiness quotient of yourself and other people, use positive words instead. Adopt the habit of speaking about yourself, others, and situations with uplifting phrases.
— Engage in cardiovascular exercise. This helps in stress and weight management and is important for Incarnated Angels’ healthy hearts.
— Balance your giving and receiving quotas. Be sure to give yourself treats regularly.
— Drop any rules that restrict your mission. Notice whether you have personal “rules” you follow without question, such as, “I better not get too successful, or people will be jealous of me and feel pain from this jealousy.” Question rules by asking, “Is this rule working for my mission or against it?”
— Delegate. Ask for help without apologizing.
— Accept good graciously. Allow people to give you assistance, presents, and compliments.
— Play. Allow your inner child plenty of time to be silly, free, and creative.
Spread your wings and fly!
Earth Angel Realms with Doreen Virtue