they emerge from within.
Mary Jane Miller will be participating in a Pop Up Gallery at the Hotel Nina, highlighting her collection of Byzantine style icons based on the images of San Miguel Allende’s patron saint, San Miguel Archangel and other celestial beings. Angels are said to be spiritual beings without physical bodies that act as an attendant, agent, or messenger of God, the unseen designer of creation.
Even though we may not be able to validate that angels exist, we can and should praise the mystery of things we cannot see, and encourage the possibility that these entities bring more goodness into the world. I have often been asked, “Does everyone have a guardian angel?” I cannot say that I would know the answer, yet I do believe there are spirits all around who want to guard or protect our souls. Perhaps angels are more involved than we think in communicating truths, maybe inspired messages come from some other supernatural dimension. Surely it is comforting to imagine each of us is protected and encouraged by some unknown force that permeates creation.
Some may call angels energy, intuition, grace, physic ability, or divine wisdom, but whatever the name, angles may be reminding us in powerful ways that we are never alone. Angels may not be able to prevent our crashing into disastrous situations or manipulate the physical world so to avoid suffering but few will deny there are amazing circumstances that present themselves completely by surprise. Having an image of an angle around your home may inspire thoughts of some sovereign purposes that is unfolding just for you in the form of instruction, knowledge, or insight.
The whole purpose in life is to know your “Angelic” self, accept it and be it. In this way we finally experience true contentedness.
When you see Mary Jane Miller’s collection of angels icons, you may find one that is attracted to you, who says, “by the time you get home, I will have taken on a personality and a name you can call me.” Messenger Angels have an undeniable presence, and in the form of image they encourage a deeper knowledge of our on going spiritual life and unimaginable mystic awe.
Contact Mary Jane Miller for more information.