1000 ANGELS: Pray to The Angel of Anger to draw close
This angel comes forward as part of a group of Helper Angels and brings all of the wisdom needed to help on the issue of Anger
Asking The Angel of Anger for Understanding: You don’t have to pray to your angels as such, just something short and respectful, or just think it, for example ‘Beloved Angel of Anger please draw close and be with me during this difficult time’.The Angel of Anger brings this: “I talk less and listen more.”
How many negative emotions can one card represent? Quite a few in the case of The Archangel Zadkiel! The Archangel Zadkiel card can represent sadness, loss, loneliness and despair. When this card appears it indicates that you are focusing on the negative. This may be the result of some sort of trauma or unwelcome change you have suffered. As such, this card can signify heartbreak, divorce or separation. The Archangel Zadkiel also tends to appear if you have suffered a recent bereavement as it represents mourning and grief. It is a card of emotional baggage and instability and can signify that you feel deep remorse, regret, anger, sorrow or disappointment. It is also the minor card of abandonment and can either represent you being abandoned by someone significant to you or you abandoning plans or people in your life. It can also indicate loneliness or isolation. However, for all the negative connotations this card can bring there is a positive message underneath it all, reminding you that no matter how bad things may seem there is always a silver lining, you just have to choose to see it.
Zadkiel helps us with forgiveness. He encourages us to have love for ourselves, and to love others as God loves us. He reminds us of past and present, helping us to understand and accept milestones in our life journey even if it hurts. He gives us strength to confront our wounds, and he also reminds us to be grateful and appreciate the love we have in our lives. His energy is gentle, subtle and inspirational. His words are always calm and sympathetic. He encourages us to be accepting of others, to gain an understanding of different perspectives, and to always forgive. You can call on him when you need help with forgiveness, whether its forgiving yourself, asking forgiveness from God, or forgiving someone else.