Angus on the Other Side has revealed that so many of us have had far more past lives than we would’ve imagined! This is to gain the Golden Keys of Knowledge through our myriad of experiences and one of the greatest Keys is Compassion.
Compassion drives us on the Other Side. We come into this planet, ultimately to help others because our quest to gain Golden Keys of Knowledge is with the purpose of using them to help others. On the Other Side, entities plan their life charts before coming into life and heal from their life times when returning home, with our knowledge and experiences as examples. There are multitudes of entities watching and learning from us while we’re in life. The more challenging our experiences, the more we learn and in affect, the more we help others.
This is all out of compassion and it’s one of our greatest strengths. It’s also what pushes us to help others, whether our loved ones or strangers we see struggling. We have pure compassion within us and our Angel of Compassion helps us remember and utilize it. She touches our heart and we will just know when it’s an opportunity to help, that we wrote into our Life Chart.
Most of all, your Angel of Compassion insists you have compassion for yourself. It’s admirable to have it for others but essential to have it for you. You deserve to be loved, to see your worth and to have happiness in your life.
Angus on the Other Side teaches that every time you see the Angel of Compassion image, it registers in your subconscious mind, like a physical affirmation of her abilities and presence in your life. This visual reminder strengthens your connection with your Compassion Angel, making you more aware she's there, and likely to utilize her special abilities.
This is why I create this art and Vera relays Angel information from Angus. From our heart to yours, we pray you remember to call on your Angels for help on your life path.
💙Christina and Vera💜
Angel of Compassion
Prints are 9" x 12" image on 11" x 14" white cardstock paper. Color canvases are stretched over a wood frame with a 1 and 1/2 inch gallery wrap.