Angels Of The Season

Each season of the year and every month has its own special angel. These angels help us learn from nature the particular lessons and insights that every season imparts.

The Angel of January teaches us to look within, to take stock of ourselves and our lives. The January angel keeps us company as we ponder over those long, cold winter nights, helping us to be honest with ourselves and patient at the same time. Conveying the wisdom of an elder, the January angel takes our hand as we seek to glean understanding from our lessons of the past year. With this support, we can give ourselves both recognition and admonition and admonition in their turn. With this help, we can chart a new course or alter our present one. We seek and receive the companionship of the January angel to warm us through the winter of our introspection.

The Angel of February is the angel of patience. During the dark, blustery nights of February, when nature is in a deep chill and we long for a sign of warmth and life, this angel can help us learn to await with grace the first signs of spring. February's angel teaches us that winter has its own special peace, that being snowbound or staying indoors can give us a welcome reprise from the busyness of life. In February, we can complete unfinished projects and prepare for new initiatives in the spring. The angel of February brings us the gift of patience, helping us to enjoy the solitude and quiet of the winter, guiding us to replenish our energy for the warm, busy days to come.

The Angel of March brings us stamina and courage. As winter ends, we take heart from the crocuses that push their way up through the snow. The Angel of March cheers us on through life's frozen moments, boosting our morale and helping us achieve new landmarks. With the angel's help, we dare to break through whatever barrier, whether personal belief or lack of self-confidence, that holds us back. We gather the will to launch a lifelong dream or begin the project we have envisioned but never dared to tackle. As the sun begins to warm our spirits, the March angel rejoices with us at the first signs of spring and lends us courage to prepare for a new and daunting, but also fulfilling, task.

The Angel of April is the spirit of rebirth. As the days grow longer and the sun begins to warm us, April is a time for new life and new beginnings. April's angel spurs us to test ourselves in new directions and to make ourselves vulnerable in the face of unfamiliar people and places. Encouraged by the April angel, we search for novel endeavors that will enrich our lives and bring new meaning to our career or family roles. The April angel teaches us to delight in each sign of awakening, in nature and in ourselves.

The Angel of May brings the blush and promise of spring. May's angel rejoices with us as we take heart at the sight of trees ad shrubs in bloom and relish our anticipation of the fruits to come. This angel of spring reminds us that this is a time of awakening the seed within ourselves. Perhaps we have a deep longing, an artistic talent never explored or a friendship never quite attempted. This angel of May will help us discover this potential, nurturing our spirits as we can dare to fulfill this hidden promise and bring forth the fruit of a life fully lived.

The Angel of June helps us flourish and grow strong. June's angel teaches us to sustain our enthusiasm for the new projects and directions we started in the spring. In this glorious time of sunshine and growth, we learn to seek out the warmth of friendships and family ties, to help nurture the seeds we planted and become all that we were meant to be. The angel of June urges us to be steadfast in our intentions, to renew our dedication, and to stay on course.

The Angel of July brings a season of leisure, a time to play and replenish our energy. The projects we began in the spring should be well underway and growing stronger on their own. July's angel urges us to take the time, now, to step back and observe what we have planted. The July angel encourages us to tend the garden of our life, to care for what we have started, and to be objective enough to weed out the unhealthy or unproductive elements. This angel of summer reminds us to nurture the people and things that bring us happiness, so we can product for ourselves a crop of joy and fulfillment.

The Angel of August is the angel of perseverance. The new directions we began in the spring may have become difficult to sustain. Like a garden that needs constant watering and weeding in the scorching August sun, our projects and dreams require stamina and determination to bring them to fruition. The angel of August helps us with unflagging energy to tend the garden we have planted. When the hot summer sun and the work of our lives demand too much of us, the August angel brings us the fortitude to cleave to our tasks through completion.

The Angel of September helps us prepare for the harvest at hand. As the summer draws to a close, September's angel reminds us to pause and gather fresh strength because the culmination of a project often demands one last surge of energy. The September angel brings us this boost, seeing us through to the fulfillment of our task. This late-summer angel also helps us recognize the fruits of our labors and share with others the bounty of what we have created in our lives. In September, we take delight in our good fortune, whether in a garden, a relationship, or a career, and we share our joy with all those whose support has made our harvest possible.

The Angel of October rejoices as we reap the harvest of what we have sown in life. October is a good time to step back from our projects and our dreams and to take a hard look at what we have actually accomplished. The October angel helps us to be honest and objective about what is good and what is not. With this help, we can face clearly the consequences of our choices over these past seasons. We will taste our harvest and reject what is bitter or unripe; we will make note of what worked and what did not, and we will change for the better. October's angel teaches us that the greatest fruit of our personal harvest is understanding ourselves.

The Angel of November is the angel of humility. This autumn angel brings a special gift that helps deepen the meaning of the Thanksgiving season for ourselves and our loved ones. November's angel urges us to acknowledge and appreciate the supporting roles others have played in our lives this year and even thank those who have taught us difficult lessons. The angel of November leads us to give thanks in a new way by forgiving old hurts and healing broken relationships. Thus we help one another to be truly grateful for our relationships and the richness they bring to our lives.

The Angel of December...is the angel of generosity. The December angel celebrates with us this time of giving gifts to all the wild creatures and to all of God's children. The angel of December leads us to join hands with people of all races and religions, recognizing that we are children of the same creator, and we all share the responsibility of bringing joy and health upon the earth. Inspired by December's angel, we can celebrate this season of brotherhood by doing one act of kindness every day of December ~ going out of our way to bring warmth and light into another's life.

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Awards

Angel Reading

Meetings with Angels
By H.C. Moolenburg

Review
Based on a stream of letters received over the past few years, the author of A Handbook of Angels presents a collection of 100 firsthand encounters with angels that remind us of what life is really about: the awakening of souls to the goodness of God and an understanding of our shared humanity.


Embraced by Angels:
How to Get in Touch With Your Own Guardian Angel

By William A. Burt

Review
This inspiring collection not only contains dozens of true stories of ordinary and celebrity men and women who have received the invaluable assistance of angels, but also offers solid guidance on how to get in touch with one's own guardian angel.


Loved by Angels:
Angels Are Right Beside Us-Even If We Don't Yet See Them

By Sabrina Fox

Review
Sabrina Fox' new book is a very personal, honest and often humorous description of the author's journey in search of angels. The reader is immediately drawn into participating in this search and can identify with her joy, her concerns, her doubts and he findings. Her writing is straight forward, down to earth and full of infectious enthusiasm.


Angel & Me: Short Stories
By Sara Maitland

Review
The New York Times Book Review, Linda Rodgers - The highlight of the collection is the author's witty set of stories about her own guardian angel. It's then that Ms. Maitland's mixture of the spiritual and the quotidian truly comes alive.


An Angel Named Herman
By Elmer Townes, William Maughan (Illustrator)
Reading level: Ages 9-12

Review
"Be not forgetful to entertain strangers: for thereby some have entertained angels unawares." Hebrews 13:2 Through this unique friendship with a school janitor named Herman, a sixth-grade boy learns how to appreciate God's universe, to see the wonder of creation, and to understand incredible facts about the galaxy as seen through the eyes of an angel.


Angelheart
By JeanAnn Fitzgerald

From the Back Cover
"My friend has been grieving over the recent death of her baby; I really want to give her JeanAnn's book so she can understand her loss." A great read for anyone who thinks they might have a guardian angel, or who just loves angels. I haven't been quite so captivated in a very long time because the characters are so real." So many metaphysical concepts are demonstrated as they would take place in everyday situations that it's hard to count them all..."


Angels Around the World
By Brad Steiger & Sherry Hansen Steiger

Review
A treasury of carefully researched stories involving angels that have transcended boundaries of race and religion to guide, rescue, heal, and monitor the affairs of people and nations explains why and how angelic contacts are increasing in our time.


Angels Over Their Shoulders:
Children's Encounters With Heavenly Beings

By Brad Steiger and Sherry Hansen Steiger

Review
"I was playing in my grandmother's garden after a summer shower. A rainbow touched the ground and two angels dressed in white appeared. They took my hands and we went into the rainbow and upward through a path of light . . . ." So begins one of the dozens of true stories of childhood experiences with angels that have been brought together in this extraordinary book.  A Philadelphia woman tells of her early encounter with a healing angel, whom she was to meet again many years later. A former racketeer describes how an angel helped him save his daughter's life by radically transforming his own. A family recalls the angel who brought them warm blankets and money one cold, hungry Christmas. There are accounts of dramatic rescues, near-death experiences, angelic voices, seraphic music, visions of light, angels who protect children from the powers of darkness, and much more.  Drawing on decades of research and their own very special spiritual experiences, authors Brad and Sherry Steiger provide heartwarming testimony to the special relationship that exists between children and the luminous beings who guide, protect, and comfort them.


Angels to Watch over Me
What Are Angels, How They Can Help, and How to Trust Your Own Very Special Guardian Angel
By Joanna Crosse

Review
It's said that there are angels for everything in life--protecting, advising, and inspiring us all. Find out about the different types of angels, their deeds and special powers and how to ask your own guardian angel for help. Also includes details of various angelic celebrations and the promise of the different seasons in the angelic year. Accented with delightful black-and-white illustrations.


Be an Angel
Heavenly Hints for Angelic Acts from Your Guardian Spirits

By Dana Reynolds; Karen Blessen (Contributor)

Review
This lovely, lyrical angel book--a radiantly illustrated gift book for all ages and occasions--not only gives divine messengers names, personalities, and heavenly missions, but it also describes the specific ways you can follow the inspiration of the angels and spread joy wherever you go. Full-color illustrations.


A Delicate Balance (Touched by an Angel Series)
By Monica Hall, Martha Williamson, Debbie Smith, Danna Doyle, N. Tommy

Reading level: Ages 9-12

Review
Rebecca has set an impossible standard for herself.both in gymnastics and in life. Yet her flawless performance on the balance beam can't cover up the less than perfect world in which she lives. After having lost her father to cancer, Rebecca pushes herself even harder to cover up the pain. And she pushes away the people who love her the most -- her friends, her mother, and her twelve-year-old brother. It's going to take three very special angels to help Rebecca deal with her past so she can face her future with the real mark of a champion.


Do You Have a Guardian Angel?
And Other Questions Answered About Angels

By John Ronner

Review
Here is a quick, clear and comprehensive read on all facets of the subject of angels -- in a browser's question and answer format. Written by John Ronner, an award-winning newspaper reporter who gathered hundreds of stories, facts and figures -- even polling data.


Divine Guidance:
How to Have a Dialogue With God and Your Guardian Angels
By Doreen Virtue, Nick Bunick

Review
Readers learn how to access divine guidance to answer everyday life questions by tapping into what everyone calls either the conscience, that "little voice", a guardian angel, or the voice of God.


Heaven's Little Helper
Reading level: Ages 4-8


My Guardian Angel:
Helper and Friend
By Rev Thomas J. Donaghy
Reading level: Ages 4-8

Review
This is a collection of fifteen poems to help young children learn all about their guardian angels. The illustrated book is intended to be read to pre-schoolers and enjoyed by young readers also.


In the Presence of Angels:
Stories from New Research on Angelic Influences
By Robert C. Smith

Review
An exciting collection of first-person accounts from people who have experienced the influence of angels in their lives.  The author presents their stories, along with insights from the Edgar Cayce readings into what angels are and what they do.


Inspired by Angels:
Letters from the Archangels Michael, Raphael, Gabriel, & Uriel
By Sinda Jordan

Review
This book stands out among other angel books, because you feel in direct contact with the angels through their words. The letters from the Archangels; Michael, Raphael, Gabriel, and Uriel contain uplifting insight and loving guidance. A small book with a huge heart. This is a great book to own and a wonderful gift to share.

Angel Music



Music For Guardian Angels
By Various Artists - Pop - Easy Listening/Soft Rock


Guardian Angels
By Pat Covernton
Audio CD

Review
Ethereal Musical Portraits on Piano & Keyboards. Canadian keyboardist Pat Covernton presents a conrucopia of refreshing and uniquely original compositions. His flawless keyboard work is supports with the sounds of flute and harp. This artist's debut album is filled with sensitivity and subtle grace.

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