Why foresight and not fortune telling?

Archangel Gabriel, the Archangel of Foresight, has explained his view on fortune telling to me like this:

"Fortune telling or telling someone what will happen for them next does not help them. It does not bring them peace or additional wisdom.

What this does is robs a person of their own agency, their own free will to decide what comes next for them. This allows a person to blame. They can blame the Universe, blame God, blame their spirit guides for showing them that they will develop a chronic illness, meet the love of their lives or have three children. This takes one's natural tendencies and personality characteristics away from them. This is never our intention, nor the order of things.

When humans are shown possible future timelines, they are able to make choices for themselves. They are able to see what benefits may, not WILL CERTAINLY, but MAY come from deciding things in a certain direction. And this portends great agency and develops confidence. Confidence brings joy and so on.

Our greatest intention is to lead humanity towards developing joy through their own efforts."

With all of that said, what does it mean to have a possible future timeline?

The best example I can give you is from my own life. When I couldn't decide if I should move to LA or stay in NYC, I saw two timelines: one in LA where life was more difficult, but more richly fulfilling on a personal and professional level, and one in NYC where everything stayed the same. If you have been following my work for a while, you know that I chose the LA route, and yes, it has been more challenging than everything staying the same, but I have learned new skills and built up this healing practice to more than I even dreamed it would be.

Do you want to know how to dive more deeply into your intuition and develop your gift of foresight? Do you want to use Archangel Gabriel's foresight to make choices in your life? Tune into this week's episode of Light Beings and Wayshowers here.

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