Does God really dwell in the Eucharist?

I know this sounds like a stupid question if you are practicing Catholic and know that Jesus is present in the Eucharist.

However, does Jesus really speak to us in the Eucharist? The reason Im asking is because I felt a calling that I should be with a woman. The only problem is that this person rejected me and was angry at me.

Such a person cannot really be God’s will then.

So does God always speak to us in the Eucharist? Or does the enemy as well as thoughts in our own head really impact us so much that what you may feel think or even hear don’t always come from God when you are in Eucharistic Aderration?

Thank you and God bless.

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