Monday, 30 June 2014

A Prayer For Health

We're having a really hospital-heavy time right now.  My elder son saw a surgeon last week about a couple of operations he needs.  My younger son is having a rather unpleasant test tomorrow to decide if he needs surgery.  And my mum is having surgery on Wednesday!  All told, I felt in need of a little spiritual boost on the health front.

This spell I placed on my altar has the Birds, the Star and the Tree from the Gilded Reverie Lenormand (U.S. Games, 2014), to represent spiritual words spoken for health.  I also removed the Isis and Angel cards, and replaced them with Sulis for health and well-being.  I left Cerridwen in her place.  On this card, her keywords and Death and Birth, and for me she represents learning to flow with the cycles of life.  Whatever comes, I will flow with it, and pray for the health and well-being of my loved ones!

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  1. My dear (((Kerry)))
    My prayers will be with you this week and I will light a candle for your spell from this side of the ocean.:)
    Hugs

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    1. Thank you, (((Ellen)))
      My first prayer has been answered - my younger son seems to have outgrown his kidney issue. We'll have to follow up in a few months, but for now things look good. Now, my thoughts turn to my mother.
      I hope all is well with you and your loved ones!
      Hugs

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    2. O my dear Kerry I am so glad for you and LO and your DH. of course!!!
      I hope all goes well with you mom too
      We are are doing just fine over here
      A big hug and sleep well

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    3. Thank you, Ellen, you sleep well, too! :)

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  2. May you and yours be comforted and at peace; may you all have the strength and patience needed for the procedures ahead; may the doctors and nurses who attend you all be wise and compassionate; and may all be well when these challenges are past!

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    1. Thank you, Sycamore, that is a beautiful prayer! The doctor today was wonderfully compassionate. She asked some questions and decided my son didn't need a horrible test straight off. She did a gentler test, and that showed up well, so the other one was taken off the table - I'm so grateful!

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  3. Oh dear, sounds like such a stressful time. I'm adding my prayers for health to yours.

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    1. Thank you, Siddaleah! I shall add you to my prayers, too, after your recent scare ((hugs))

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  4. Told you. :) Very glad to hear all is well...not surprised, though. Big hugs.

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    1. Thanks, Carla! Hope you got home safe and sound, and relaxed and joyful :)

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    2. I was hobbling a bit from all the walking, but we certainly had fun and varied experiences in London!

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