Who Sees the Angels?
The angels are all around you and they appear in many forms. A veil separates you from the ability to see heaven and earth as one. For children, the veil is thinner and their beliefs are not clouded with fear, so many of them can naturally see the angels. Sometimes parents will witness their children interacting with “imaginary friends.” This could very possibly be their guardian angels communicating and playing with them.
In a 2005 Harris Poll, 68 percent of the people polled believed in angels. The number increased to 79 percent for those polled with an education of high school or less. Children tend to be more open and the veil seems to be thinner when you're younger; therefore, there is an increased possibility of experiencing the angelic realm.
When close to the moment of death, some patients have reported witnessing an apparition of an angel or loved one coming to escort them back home. Those who are grieving from the loss of a loved one are also more open to receiving a visitation from the angels. One way the angels can appear to them is during their dream state. Many who have had this experience share that it seemed so real, even though they knew it was a dream.
Have you ever seen flashes or sparkles of light around you? Or have you ever seen a shadow of someone or something out of the corner of your eye? These can be a manifestation of the angels' presence around you.
When divine intervention takes place in a life-threatening situation, the angels can render assistance by superimposing their celestial energy upon another human being. The person chosen may be totally unaware that this is taking place and they may act instinctively. So if you witness a person saving a life and being “in the right place at the right time,” you may actually be witnessing an angel performing a miracle.
Who can see the angels? Anyone can open their awareness to see the angels. It takes an open mind and heart and a desire to see beyond the veil.