In this challenging world we live in, there may be times when we feel as though we do not have the support we need. It can be a lonely feeling which can feed on itself, making the situation seem worse. All of us have experienced the sting of betrayal or the pain of loss in relationships. This does not mean we are not supported or loved. We have an entire team of spiritual beings who help us every day with our lives. They are our Heavenly Support Teams, which includes God, the Archangels, past spiritual masters (e.g., Buddha, Mother Mary, etc.), spirit guides, Guardian Angels, and our loved ones in spirit. Whether we are aware of or recognizing their presence, they are there for us and will continue to be throughout our lives.
Our Loved Ones in Spirit
When our loved ones in spirit cross over into Heaven, they are still connected to us through the hearts of our spirits. They love to send us signs to let us know they are still in existence, still connected with us, and that they still love and support us. Our loved ones in spirit can and do help us with our lives when they can. They do it with the approval of God and the Archangels because their actions and divine intervention cannot interrupt or disrupt the lessons we need to complete for our souls in this lifetime. Often, loved ones in spirit volunteer to become Guardian Angels for us and our families.
The Role of Guardian Angels
When we are born, we are assigned guardian angels who watch over our lives. Their assistance can come at the time of our most dire need, such as in a car accident in which they protect us from physical harm or in more minor moments when they prevent us from making mistakes that could bring us more harm than good. Often, our loved ones in spirit volunteer to become Guardian Angels who join with those already assigned to us. To do this, they need to learn everything about us, even the events they were not privy to in life. They do this not to be nosy, but because they need to understand what motivates our actions and reactions. Our free will decisions govern our lives. In moments of need, they need to anticipate how we may react to help us in the best way possible. Again, their divine intervention can only be applied when it does not interfere with life lessons.