Monthly Archives: November 2011

More changes…

Jane here – and it might only ever be me now. Today we were told, that despite everything planned to move to the Elgin hospital, there was not an ambulance because of the strike.  Later in the morning, though,  it … Continue reading

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Update on the 2nd procedure

Jane here:  Thank you so much everyone for your prayers and support – the procedure did go ahead today but unfortunately they could not position the tube properly and so it has been unsuccessful yet again.  Not entirely unexpected but … Continue reading

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Webs, circles and wheels of love, healing and light

Philip here. Whatever shape we call it, once more I pray for your deep support, your prayers to join together in this event, where we open up to the unknown. We heard this afternoon that the procedure should happen in … Continue reading

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Things are unpredictable…

Jane here. Things didn’t go entirely to plan today, and my initial reaction is recorded here (with Philip’s permission – he has been too sleepy to post): Oh my God. It’s 4pm on Friday 18th  November, the big ‘D’ day … Continue reading

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One light, many lamps

Light has played an enormously important part in my life, because from 1973 until 1992 I used the name that Bhagwan Sri Rajneesh (now known as Osho) gave me, which was Swami Anand Pradeep. It means ‘light of bliss’. When … Continue reading

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Praying/meditating for Philip on Friday

Hi everyone, Jane here. I have just sent this email out to all my contacts, and I invite you to send it too, to anyone you know who might want to join us: My husband, Philip Rogers, has been in … Continue reading

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On a lighter note

On a lighter note, pure light in fact,  my daughter Jackie has come up with a little glimpse of immortality as a birthday present for me. “I brought your birthday present, I know it’s not until next week, but I … Continue reading

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River’s experience of helping Philip

I have been here with Philip for nearly two weeks now, spending several nights in the hospital with him, as well as some of the day time.Philip described me as a tower of strength in his blog but that does … Continue reading

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Fact update

So near, yet so far.  Once again. During the procedure a nurse came out and told Jane and Jackie, my daughter, that the tube had been inserted, and was being put in position in that moment. They were ecstatic, as … Continue reading

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What am I afraid of?

I have yet another volunteer to dictate to, many thanks to James. It’s been a frustrating few days, weeks now, feeling unable to sit up properly and there seems to be a direct relationship between sitting and authorship, which is … Continue reading

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