- Cirrus (long fingers of blood above 18.000 feet) or altostratus (long formations of cloud between 6,000 and 20,000 feet) are particularly beautiful and angel-like.
Cloud watching exercise:
- It is easier to lie down on the ground, but it also works if you are lying on a recliner.
- Relax your eyes and gaze softly at the sky, being careful not to look at the sun.
- Watch as the clouds blend softly together.
- Can you spot an angel wing, or an angel’s head surrounded by a glowing halo?
Watching clouds helps to put you in a daydreaming state of mind. You might even receive inspiration from your angel when you do this.
True life story:
A few years ago lady J decided to sit outside in a quiet corner of her garden. It was late and the weather wasn’t as good as she’d hoped, but she carried on regardless. It was really gusting and showery but she snuggled under a quilt with a cup of tea. Despite the weather it was cosy!
Lady J was hoping to feel inspiration from her angels so she had a notepad and pen ready just in case. Just before midnight the wind dropped completely and the atmosphere became calm and peaceful. It was then that she heard singing. It was breathtakingly beautiful and the voice seemed to come from everywhere and no where – and then it stopped, almost as soon as it had begun. The voice really touched her heart and she knew that it was a gift. At that moment Lady J knew for sure that she’d had her first angel encounter.