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 hospital 5 weeks now, being treated for stomach cancer, with which he was diagnosed in October 2010.  He has been, and continues to be, a huge inspiration to many through his amazing writing on his Healing Cancer blog about his physical, spiritual and emotional journey throughout this last year.

 Please join me and many others in holding him in the light at 12noon on this Friday 18th November for a few minutes, as that is the day on which the doctors will try (for the second time) to insert a naso-gastric tube down into his stomach – he currently cannot eat or drink anything at all, not even water.

 All prayers, meditation, healing thoughts very welcome at this time, and/or throughout the day.

 Please forward this email onto anyone whom you think would like to join in.

 Many, many thanks in advance – and many, many thanks to all of you who read this blog and give your comments. And even if you don’t comment, I read the statistics regularly to Philip,  who recently turned to me with wide eyes, and said, ‘160 people on average have been looking each day since I started this. It’s amazing, isn’t it’.   He’s amazing, and he doesn’t know I’m writing this yet, but I want to give him as much support as possible, and thanks to you, I can.

 

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11 Responses to Praying/meditating for Philip on Friday

  1. Paul says:

    Hello Philip

    I love you and think of you often, will be holding you on Friday.

    More love

    Paul

  2. Pam says:

    Dear Philip and Jane, I’m still with you in thought, holding you in my heart, sending you love and prayers and I will be with you tomorrow in the meditation. May there be a positive outcome this time. Much love to you, Pam xxx

  3. Barbara says:

    We’re all thinking of you dear Philip, and Jane too. We love you very much, always, Barbara, Michael and Alix, XXX. and Rose and Kodi.

  4. Gina Alexander says:

    Hi Philip – I am one of the healers from Elaine Fenton’s circle. I found all of your site very informative and positive. Personally I have no experience of cancer, but I am sure it is a heavy cross to bear. Jane has asked us to think of you particularly on Friday, but I shall add you to my ongoing distance healing for friends.
    Be gentle with yourself. Blessings, light, love & healing channelled to you from the Crystal Healer, Gina x

  5. judith says:

    Hi Philip and Jane

    I’ll be on a plane at noon tomorrow, but will remember to hold you in the light.

    Much love, Judith

  6. tiffany haynes says:

    dear philip and jane,
    I also belong to the healing page that Elaine Fenton holds here on facebook….that your details were shown on i have spent the last few hours looking at your pages..and to be honest I am humbled by the words that you write and having the strength and hope that you are sharing with others on their own personal journey spiritual or otherwise…You are truly a wonderful soul…thankyou …..I send love to you both…God Bless you ….and all good positive thoughts for you at 12 on friday…..love and light always surround you and yours x

  7. Nick Zienau says:

    Hi
    Will be thinking of you tomorrow
    Love
    Nick

  8. Saille says:

    Dear Philip and Jane
    I have been sending you love all day today and
    will connect in at 12 tomorrow….May all fear be held in the palm of love..May it melt with such warmth and radiance
    x Saille

  9. Crispin says:

    Will be thinking of you.
    Lots of love
    Crispin

  10. Angus says:

    Dear Philip and Jane,
    Blessings and prayers of love and light to you both today –
    I’m reminded of the I Ching’s hexagram 57: Sun / The Gentle (The Penetrating, Wind).
    It says: This hexagram symbolises wind or wood; it has for its nature gentleness, which nonetheless penetrates like the wind or like growing wood with its roots. The dark principle, in itself rigid and immovable, is dissolved by the penetrating light principle, to which it subordinates itself in gentleness.
    May all the prayers penetrate gently and completely.
    With love, Angus

  11. solasan says:

    I missed meditating at noon today – perhaps that part of me that ‘knows’ knew, but I will try to keep an eye out for the next big date. Away for the funeral of my much-loved Godmother next week, so will just look for the next date as frequently as poss – and will be sending loving/healing thoughts as often as I possibly can in the meantime. Solasanx

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