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Contacting Your Guardian Angel: 5 Visual Messages
When you contact your guardian angel through prayer or meditation, you usually won’t see your angel with your physical eyes, but sometimes your angel may physically manifest before you, or send you visual signs of his or her presence with you. Your angel will appear or send visual signs whenever doing so is necessary to best communicate certain messages to you. 1- LIGHT. Most often, your guardian angel will show up visibly in the form of light, since angels contain energy that works within light rays. Guardian angels usually appear as white light, so white is the color you’ll see most often when communicating with your guardian angel. Or, it may be that your guardian angel is asking another holy angel to respond to your prayer or meditation. 2- SHADOWS.
You may sometimes see a shadow of your guardian angel while praying or meditating. 3- SYMBOLIC VISION IMAGES. Your guardian angel may send you a message about what you’ve been discussing by causing an image of something that symbolizes a certain meaning to show up for you in a vision. Pay close attention to any symbolic images that your guardian angel may show you, and ask your angel to clarify the meanings of those images so you can be sure that you’ve properly understood the messages they’re meant to convey. 4- DREAM IMAGES. If you spent time in prayer or meditation with your guardian angel before falling asleep, your guardian angel may continue to communicate with you while you’re sleeping. Your angel may either show you symbolic images that represent something or your guardian angel may actually appear in your dreams. 5- PHYSICAL MANIFESTATIONS.
Sometimes, whenever your guardian angel is trying to communicate something especially important to you, your angel may fully. Then you can focus on enjoying the blessing of a visit from your angel and focusing on the message your angel wants to communicate to you.
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Real Madrid keeper Keylor Navas’ ‘guardian angel’ leaves Bernabeu
After Zinedine Zidane resigned as coach and was replaced by former Spain national coach Julen Lopetegui, Sociedad confirmed that Llopis was joining their goalkeeping set-up. Lopetegui, a former goalkeeper, had been expected to retain both Llopis and Zidane’s fitness coach Antonio Pintus, but will now need to add at least one new specialist to his staff. Navas has dealt with speculation over his future through four seasons at Madrid, with Bernabeu chiefs again reported to be considering replacing him with Manchester United’s David De Gea, Roma’s Alisson or Chelsea’s Thibaut Courtois. Last week, the 31-year-old said Lopetegui had been interested in signing him for Porto when he left Levante in 2014. De Gea’s unconvincing displays for Spain at the World Cup, in which he has conceded five goals from six shots on target in three games, have led to speculation that he could be replaced by Kepa Arrizabalaga for Sunday’s clash with hosts Russia.
Athletic Bilbao’s Kepa, 23, almost joined Madrid in January only for Zidane to come out against president Florentino Perez’s plan to pay his €20 million release clause. Navas impressed despite Costa Rica’s elimination in the group stages, with a reflex stop from Brazil star Neymar standing out. Last week, Madrid announced that they had signed 19-year-old goalkeeper Andriy Lunin from Ukrainian club Zorya Luhansk for a reported initial fee of €8.5m. The futures of Madrid’s other two senior goalkeepers, Kiko Casilla and Luca Zidane, are currently unclear.