Common Ways We Hear Heaven’s Voice

Common Ways We Hear Heaven’s Voice   You talk to and/or see your loved one, spirit guide or angel in a dream. Upon awakening, you hear your name called by a disembodied voice. Out of nowhere, you hear a strain of beautiful, celestial-sounding music. You repeatedly hear a song, either in your head or on the radio. You hear a loud, shrill ringing sound in one ear. You overhear a conversation in which a stranger says the exact thing that you need to hear. You just “happen” to turn on the TV or radio at the exact moment that a relevant discussion is occurring. You hear a deceased loved one’s voice, in your mind, in a dream, or outside of your head. You hear the disembodied voice of a living loved one, and it turns out that they needed assistance just then. You hear the telephone or doorbell ring.  No one is there, but you can sense that your deceased loved one is trying to get your attention. A disembodied voice gives you a warning or a life-enhancing message. You’re looking for a lost item, you pray for assistance, and then you hear a voice tell you where to locate the item. Different Voice Characteristics God’s voice sounds very loud, male, to-the-point, friendly, and casual, with good humor and modern vernacular. The archangels sound very loud, male, to-the-point, formal, and direct.  They speak a lot about Divine love; about getting on track with our life mission; and overcoming doubts, fears, and procrastination with respect to our life mission. The angels sound almost Shakespearean at times, with very archaic and...