Imamiah gives to the person a strong temperament and a spirit of forbearance in adversity; guide you to find your way all those who in good faith seek the truth. Imamiah Guardian Angel grants the pleasure of what is primordial, the yearning for what is divine; the desire to beautify the physical and the invisible world. It also works primarily on physical forms, giving beauty and charm, as gifts to guarantee grace and success. It gives the ability to draw on one’s liberation and effortlessly accomplish any kind of work, success in social life and in rescuing prisoners or people in difficult situations. Imamiah helps people who bring harmony, beauty and harmony, able to give the other tangible witnesses of love.
The energy due to Imamiah Guardian Ange also produces love and self-esteem, from which the faculty of being esteemed by others descends. People must learn and teach how to notice how much their peers’ lives often find themselves in a situation of oppression. Ordinary people do not see it, or do not want to notice it. To the person governed by Imamiah, it is first and foremost to learn what oppression consists of, and this is of course for most of them, the hardest part.
Few have the good fortune or the foresight to begin early to take an interest in obsessions, fixations, phobias, feelings of guilt and victimization (of the most frequent jailers, that is, of contemporary man) and to arm themselves against them in advance. In general, he finds himself experiencing this in person: and for years he is forced, by his own survival, to come to terms with heavy ghosts of his mind; or maybe with the nightmares and anguishes of people close to him; or to undergo situations of great solitude, of incomprehension, of marginality. In this way he discovers what it means to find oneself, fight, defend oneself.
The person with the help of Imamiah Guardian Angel accumulates and exercises immense energy in this discovery, and can finally begin to guide others. Sometimes the hard period of apprenticeship marks them deeply, to make them dark, aggressive, impulsive, often destructive, with the tendency to impose on other relationships of dependence, as for a sad reparation, or for a bad fold left over from the times of their personal slavery.
Almost everyone, finally, can appear emotionally closed, elusive, with a suspicious and sarcastic look on anyone in their environment has merits and prestige, as if somehow steal the scene to them, that after so long interior maturation would have so many things to say . Whatever their profession, a specific desire to oppose them, to any form of limitation or even self-limitation of human dignity, they seek and often find oppressors to unmask, unjust situations to which they rebel.
Imamiah Prayer – Traditional Prayer 18th verse of Psalm 7 (Confitebor Domino secundum iustitiam eius et psallam nomini Domini, Altissimi)