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Method to madness
Although seeing ‘Angel extravaganza’ was slightly maddening, there was a method to the apparent madness.
Don’t fall in love with form
Although it’s true that we must love our guardian angel in all their forms, we must never fall in love with any of their forms.
Familiar and unfamiliar forms of my angel were coupled in order to symbolize the familiar and unfamiliar essence of manifestations.
In spite of the unfamiliar forms my guardian angel appeared in and in spite of the lack of (or lack of time to detect) the unifying factor, my angel always gave me clues, in addition to telepathic confirmation, to help me know that it was them.
For example, the first form I saw in ‘Angel extravaganza’ was an old man with a cane. It clearly pointed to the next form, an old woman with a cane. In this case, the cane was the unifying factor. The older woman on the concrete ‘bench’ had a tiny, imitation American flag on the side of her left shoe. Since I am an American, this was a clue.
Approachability and inapproachability
Although I prefer long and relaxing manifestations in which my angel appears relatively young and alone or with, at most, one angel companion, ‘Angel extravaganza’ was just the opposite. It was ‘scattered,’ with many older forms, filled with movement and not allowing me the time to think things through. I believe that my guardian angel did this deliberately to discourage me from becoming too familiar with them.