5 Warning Signs From the Angels
When you make the conscious choice to work with your angels, they give you signs like numbers and feathers to let you know you are on the right path or to guide you.
They offer you subtle signs, hints, and messages to show the way and let you know they are with you. These signs are usually repetitive, out of the ordinary, personally meaningful co-incidents, abnormal or unexpected.
They also give us signs of impending danger or warnings when we need to pay better attention to what is going on around us.
When you encounter a warning sign, don’t worry. Stop what you are doing or take heed of the warning.
The angels will also send you warning signs and messages when you have been ignoring the subtle signs you have been asking to receive. If the message isn’t getting through, and you keep asking, they will try to deliver it in different ways. If you have asked your angels for a sign and feel you are not getting one, try to ask for it to come in a way that you can understand right now and they will keep trying.
Here are five warning signs your angels can use to communicate with you.
1. Hearing Disembodied Voices
Everyone always says they want to hear a loud booming voice from their angels telling them to go this way, do that, or don’t do that. Usually a loud disembodied voice is a warning sign from your angels that something is about to happen that you want to be aware of and usually not because it something good like ‘buy a lotto ticket’. It is usually a warning of something you want to avoid.
Here is a story from one of my readers:
“I remember one of the first times I heard a booming voice, I was driving through town when I was a teenager with one of my friends when I heard a message to beware of danger. I told my friend to put on her seat belt. Thankfully she listened as just then a car ran the light in front of us and I had to slam on my brakes to avoid hitting them. Had she or I not listened to the warning, the outcome of that day would have been entirely different.
Sometimes disembodied voices carry messages of love. One of my clients who spent many years in palliative care and geriatrics shared, “As a nurse I often had the opportunity to be with people at the end of their life. The first time I heard a loud voice thank me after I held them as they crossed over scared me, but I learned that it is a common occurrence when you help them through the process.“