Nominated by readers, Connie Dohan is among five finalists for Favorite Angel Intuitive Award in the 2013 Readers' Choice Awards.
What a reader says about Connie...~Connie sees, draws, and gets messages from angels, she is an inspiration, a help, and a teacher
Connie says:I am your average every day seeker on life’s highways (and sometimes byways!). I am wife to my husband of 38 years, and mother to my two children of 25 and 30 years. I live as an empty nester with my husband in an ordinary house in middle class Ohio. I walk and talk with angels that are as real to me as my own body - not just gentle wisps of color.
Growing up, although I came from a religious back ground, angels were never "real" to me. They were found on top of Christmas trees but were relegated to the mythical realm of the unicorn. In my early 30's I became desperately ill (mis-diagnosed with Lou Gehrig’s Disease) and had to abandon life as I had created it - registered nurse, wife, mother and the multiple handicrafts I had honed over the years. I traded all this for endless long hours alone, immoveable and bed ridden. During those long lonely hours, I was shaky and rigid at the same time. I couldn’t hold anything or be mobile. It forced me to cast off the trappings of my life, quiet my mind and discover my real essence and my connection to the divine. That opened me to limitless opportunity if I knew how to listen and where to look.
Connie's response to my question:What lesson have you learned in life that has helped or inspired you in a significant way?
I learned that as I am a spark of the divine, all the abundance and gifts of the divine are already part of me. Nothing is impossible, miracles come in one size – not big or small. Angels and miracles are my birth right (yours too).
Connie's message to our readers:I give thanks to the Divine for allowing me to be a platform to a miracle in so many people’s lives. Introducing people to their angels brings me joy. I am honored to be nominated for doing what I am called to do and thank everyone who votes for me.
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