Prayer Flares is a bulletin board of prayer, light and more “earthly tangible” ways of helping those in need. Give us the first name, relation to the information sender, and how we can h elp. This need not be limited to physical healing! A broken heart is just as needful of healing as a broken leg. Whatever we can do to heal, to mend, to repair or to restore, let us know.
We also ask that, as you read through these names and situations, you offer up your own request of light for those in need, sending intercessory prayer to whatever form Spirit takes for you. Be it the Christ, YWHW, the Bodhisattva Quan Yin, the Grandparents and the Four Directions, Tara, Krishna…offer up words from your heart and send light, peace and courage to those here who ask our help.
Make sure that the person for whom you’re praying WANTS to be prayed for! Some people would resent the perceived intrusion of strangers, some would be upset with the idea they are being “prayed for,” and some may not even want help, for whatever reason. Please respect those feelings. If you’re not sure of their thoughts on the matter, simply ask that the person’s Highest Good be manifested, and trust that Spirit will know what that is.
Secondly: PLEASE DO NOT GIVE OUT PERSONAL INFORMATION (last names, places of work or worship, etc.). Privacy is difficult to maintain these days — again, trust that Spirit knows for whom you’re asking help.
FROM MIRIAM: A very dear friend is struggling with the after effects of Chemo. Please keep Frank G in your prayers and send positive vibes and thoughts his way. Prayers, prayer circles, angels, whatever floats your boat; currently at SI Hospital North CCU. He needs all the help we can send his way. Thanks and love.
FROM VANESSA: My husband Michael had his Pet CT Scan today and it looks like there’s just the one tumor. We’re still waiting on results from bone marrow biopsy but we’re feeling pretty sure that he’s stage one. This means 3 chemo treatments over 9 weeks. We might even be done by July. Fingers crossed anyway. Keep the prayers coming if you’ve got any to spare. For the record, it’s Diffuse Large B Cell Lymphoma. The lump sort of feels like a small hard boiled egg. It can appear anywhere in the body and seems to be caused by something in the environment. Michael has ZERO cancer in his family. Thank you.
IN MEMORIAM: EVELYN COHEN EISENBERG: Blessings, thanks and love to Corbie’s aunt Evelyn Eisenberg, who has transitioned to go find her beloved husband, Harold, and continue the Luxury Cruise that Never Ends…Aunt Evelyn was the “glue” that helped hold our Norfolk relations together, was always there for my brother and me in the tough times, and was truly a role model when it came to “how to love and stand by your family and friends.” Aunt Evelyn, you will be missed. Thank you for everything.
IN MEMORIAM: ARNOLD ROY DORKIN: Blessings of rest and release to Arnold Dorkin, Corbie’s uncle, who transitioned in April 2013. May he be met by his beloved brother, Jerry, and others in the family to welcome him to his eternal Home.
IN MEMORIAM: ANNE DOUGHERTY: Prayers of Godspeed and love to Corbie’s fellow intuitive, Anne Dougherty, who has been released from her cancer dance of two years. She was a splendid wool-mistress, a fine intuitive and medium, and the person in the world who best knew how to laugh. We will miss you, Anne!
IN MEMORIAM: MARY RUTH SEIDEL, beloved mother of Frank. mother in law of Nicole and grandmother of Veronica, who transitioned in August 2011. May Tenor and Tika meet you at the Rainbow Bridge, and may you still continue to watch over your loving family and friends.
IN MEMORIAM: REV. DONNA S. RIEGEL: Wings of light and love to Corbie’s dear friend and mentor Rev. Donna S. Riegel of Lily Dale, one of their splendid mediums, who passed into spirit May 28, 2011. A generous and wise soul, feisty with a sense of humor about the world, and a great and gentle teacher. We’ll miss you, Tinkerbell…
IN MEMORIAM: ”SINGING RIVER WOMAN, also known as Willow of the Woods or Laurie Holt was taken from us in a tragic car accident. Her passing was immediate. She was part of our family, community, circle as well as an apprentice. Her gifts, giving nature and music will be missed. I had the opportunity to get to known her during vision quest last year and the pleasure was surely mine. There will be some gatherings to honor her life. Until then our prayers go out to her mother Janet Smith, children and grandchildren and Stillwater her companion.”