Angel Messages …Why It’s Better Not To Jump to Conclusions
First…why do people jump to conclusions?
In my work with God and Angels in the Angel Readings I do, I’ve realized that people’s minds are geared to putting parts of things together to make a whole. We do this in an attempt to understand our environment, to keep ourselves safe, and to make sense of things around us.
Just as in a dot to dot puzzle for children, our mind sees pictures, when in reality, they’re just dots.
Also, when people over the millenniums have looked up into the sky, they treated the stars like dot to dot puzzles, and came up with pictures and stories that aren’t really there.
When I visited the planetarium in the Seattle Science Center for a show once, the host of the show asked the audience to look for various constellations, but until he used lights to outline the constellations, I was unable to see Cancer the crab, or Gemini, the twins.
My point is…Just because some people looked up in the sky and imagined these pictures in their minds, does not really make it obvious to others.
It’s interesting to find out what our forerunners saw in the sky before us, but, as the Angels have pointed out to me, I think the conclusions they drew could have been different from the conclusions others who lived on the planet earlier than they may have come to…It’s an interesting thought!
Jumping to conclusions leads into misunderstandings.
When it comes to people in our lives, the Angels have made it clear to me that it’s really important to not jump to conclusions. It’s too easy to hear something bad about someone and on the basis of that, then decide you don’t like them. The Angels want us to reconsider, and not look at things in that way.
Situations may start out like this: “Hey, guess what! Have you heard?”, and then the gossip begins. But even if you do hear gossip like that, I think it’s really important to keep in mind that you haven’t heard the other person’s side of the story.
Have you ever been in a place like that? You hear something really negative about somebody, and you think you’d better stay away from them… But then, because of circumstances, you hear the other side of the story, and it changes the picture entirely?
This has happened to me many times, and it’s always surprised me. There are always so many sides to the picture, if only you get a chance to find out.
Sometimes people jump to conclusions because of something that is said or done to them. For instance, someone says something to that person that they take as an insult.
Misunderstandings can go like this…
Two friends are together and one of them innocently makes a comment that they don’t realize can be taken to mean something insulting, because they don’t mean it that way. Since they didn’t mean it that way, they don’t realize the other person sees what they said as an insult.
Then, the person who feels insulted, without even talking about what happened, suddenly acts cold to their friend, and starts saying things that are deliberately insulting…not necessarily at the time, but sometimes a little later…so the other person has no idea where it’s coming from!
The first person, unaware that what they previously said was taken as an insult, can be completely oblivious as to why their friend is acting mean to them.
If the people stop and talk about the situation, and are lucky enough to uncover where the misunderstanding took place, they may still have a friendship.
If they don’t talk about it, and never discover what really happened, their friendship could be over – due to a misunderstanding and “jumping to conclusions”.
So it’s better not to jump to conclusions.
How can you avoid jumping to conclusions?
The Angels’ answer to this is:
- Keep an open mind, and ask questions of others.
- If you think someone is angry with you, and you don’t know why…ask them about it.
- If someone says something as if it is fact, wonder in your mind if it really is true or not, and do the research.
- Schedule an Angel Reading with me to get the answers from the Angels as to what was really happening.
Doing such simple things may help you feel better about yourself, may help you keep longer friendships, and can help you feel more in touch with what’s really going on around you, and that alone, can help you feel closer to God and the Angels, and more secure in your life.