Are you an Incarnated Angel?
You could be. Check out this list and see if this resonates with you.
You are likely an Incarnated Angel if you:
• Have pure and unconditional love in your heart for others (you often exclude yourself from this love, however)
• Struggle with your weight
• Have a beautiful heart-shaped face (even if you believe you need to lose weight)
• Have eyes that shine with pure love
• Frequently lighten your hair color
• Love angels!
• Are talkative
• Frequently are told by others, “You’re such an angel!”
• Prefer to know what the rules are, and you always follow the rules
• Work (or want to work) in a helping profession, such as nursing, flight attendant, social worker, teacher, etc.
• Have a history of dating or marrying partners who needed “fixing”
• Apologize a lot, and carry guilt and worry
• Stay in toxic relationships much longer than anyone else would
Reports of Incarnated Angels date back at least to the time of Apostle Paul, who wrote to the Hebrews: “Do not forget to entertain strangers, for by so doing some have unwittingly entertained angels.” My books Saved by an Angel (Hay House, 2011) and My Guardian Angel (Hay House, 2007) include stories of people who have encountered humans who are Incarnated Angels.
Some angels briefly take on human form to prevent a tragedy, and then vanish without a trace before the humans involved have a chance to say thank you. Yet, there are other Incarnated Angels who elect to live their entire lives in a human body—and they’re probably among the dearest lightworkers imaginable.
As mentioned in the Introduction, each realm has unique eye characteristics. The Incarnated Angels have pure, sweet innocence in their eyes. They radiate unconditional love, much like a baby deer’s eyes.
I’m often asked about Reincarnated Angels. The term Incarnated is more accurate, though, than Reincarnated. An angel may have lived more than one life in human form, but if her most recent lifetime was angelic, the telltale characteristics underscore her true spiritual origins.
Many Incarnated Angels struggle with health challenges, especially fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue syndrome, breast issues, and gynecological problems. Louise Hay, the author of Heal Your Body (Hay House), says that female health issues stem from “denial of the self and rejecting femininity”; and that fibroid tumors and cysts come from “nursing a hurt from a partner, and a blow to the feminine ego.”
These symptoms could apply equally well to male and female Incarnated Angels, who often help others so much that they neglect their own health and other personal needs.
My experience with clients who suffer from gynecological, breast, and prostate issues is that they suffer from the “women and men who love too much” syndrome. There’s really no such thing as giving too much love. However, when a person gives love and then resents the fact that it’s not appreciated or reciprocated, the stuffed-down anger can manifest in physical symptoms .
Incarnated Angels look past the surface when they meet people and see their inner talents, divinity, and potential. Incarnated Angels share these characteristics with angels in the spirit world, who only focus upon inner beauty, and urge humans to polish their natural talents in order to make the world a better place.
Incarnated Angels often have friends and lovers who mask their potential with addictions. Incarnated Angels take on these relationships as an “assignment,” trying to help others overcome their self-doubts and focus upon their strengths and talents. Unfortunately, this often leads to frustrating relationships for both parties. Incarnated Angels feel thwarted in their attempts to heal and fix their partners. And the partners wonder, “Why are you trying to change and control me?” Many Incarnated Angels fantasize that if they did enough for their partners, or gave them enough love, these people would finally heal. This is fine as long as these individuals believe that a need to heal exists—and are ready to heal.
Many Incarnated Angels have histories of abusive relationships, so if they hold on to toxic emotions related to this abuse, their bodies naturally protest.
Excerpted from the 3rd edition of Earth Angels Realms by Doreen Virtue. It is published by Hay House