Several nights ago, an angel appeared in my dream. In my dream, I was on a trip. I don’t know where, but I remember traveling. I was in a hotel room by myself at night. I remember the room filling with an odorless smoke. Then a young angel emerged from the smoke. She had long brown hair and a cream-colored gown. She said to me, “It is time to train others.” I responded, “But I am still in training.” Then the angel disappeared, and I woke up from the dream.
According to Gustavus Hindman Miller, the author of 10,000 Dreams Interpreted, “to dream of angels, is prophetic of disturbing influences in the soul. It brings a changed condition of the person’s lot.” I have more questions than answers. Should I start teaching classes or take someone under my mentorship? Or do I continue my spiritual training and train others? Or is my subconscious mind connecting with my upcoming trip?
Life is training, and Earth is our school. We cannot forget subtle divine interventions. We get so wrapped up in our thoughts, that it’s easy to forget the mysteries in life. As Christmas approaches, it is a good time to remember angels.
An angel is a spiritual being who is an agent or messenger of God, represented in human form with wings and a long robe. In the Bible, an angel appeared to Mary, to Joseph, and the shepherds. Many religions around the world believe in angels.
Angels call us to be angels on earth. We need to help each other as much as possible. Let your heart guide you. Also, angels remind us to be grateful for our lives. We are here to learn and grow as spiritual beings. It is not always easy. Life can feel lonely at times, but we are never truly alone. Our guardian angels are watching us and guiding us.