August 2, 2011—Ntwanano Lionel Baloyi Day

Today we come together to focus our attention on a very special Prayer Registry child, Ntwanano Lionel Baloyi.


Dear Prayer Giver,

Take a moment to sit down and bring all of your awareness into this sacred present moment. Allow your thoughts and cares of the day slip away from you now as you enter the present moment completely. Slowly take in a deep breath and slowly let the breath out; breathing in deeply and exhaling fully. And again, inhale slowly and exhale thoroughly.


As you read these words, take the time to really feel and think about what you are saying, for this is indeed a sacred moment. Dear Ntwanano, We The Prayer Team, are with you now in thought and spirit. We send you energy and love from our souls to yours and we pray that you will all feel it and know how very loved you are.


Meditation/Visualization: —continue to sit comfortably and allow yourself to be here in the present moment, letting go of your cares and worries of the day.


Now, bring all of your attention to the tip of your nose and imagine that you are the gatekeeper at the gates of a big city and that it is your very important job to watch the coming and the going of your breath.  Simply focus all your concentration at the tip of your nose and observe your breath as it enters and leaves you


As you breathe-in focus on the feeling of the breath as it enters your nostrils

As you breathe-out focus on the feeling of the breath as it leaves your nostrils

Breathing-in feel the breath coming into you

Breathing-out feel the breath as it leaves you


Continue to focus on your breathing

If your mind wanders away going off into thought (which is common in meditation) gently bring your focus back to the tip of your nose and resume your position as gatekeeper, watching the coming and going of your breath.


As you breathe-in feel the cool air as it enters your nostrils

As you breathe-out feel the warm air as it leaves your nostrils

Breathing-in cool, breathing-out warm

Breathing-in cool, breathing-out warm

In cool, out warm…in cool, out warm.


Now as you breathe-in envision Ntwanano

standing in the light before you

As you breathe-out envision Ntwanano looking vibrant and well



As you inhale, envision drawing energy into you

As you exhale envision directing that energy to Ntwanano

As you inhale continue to visualize energy entering into you

As you exhale see this energy flowing outward from you and surrounding Ntwanano

Bathing him in light and loving energy

See him surrounded by energy

See him smiling

See him laughing

See that he is both happy and free


As you breathe-in feel that you are strengthened by this energy

As you breathe-out direct this feeling of strength to Ntwanano’s family

As you breathe-in draw peace into yourself

As you exhale send that feeling of peace to Ntwanano’s family


Dear Ntwanano, we all see you smiling and glowing in the light. May you know that LOVE, the one universal sustaining force, is being sent to you right now and always will be. May you feel it and know that love is without end. You will always be loved and you will always be remembered.  Love to you dear one. Peace be with you Ntwanano. Know that we love you, The Prayer Team.

About sheriperl

I am a spiritual healer, a writer, a teacher, a potter and a wife and mother. My work has always been in spiritual healing but since 2008 I have focused more on bereavement as I lost my 22 year old son Daniel to an overdose on July 1, 2008.
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9 Responses to August 2, 2011—Ntwanano Lionel Baloyi Day

  1. Heavenly Father,
    I humbly come to you and pray that you will wrap the family, friends and community in a blanket of comfort as they reflect on the precious life you created and gave eternal life. As a mother who has lost a son, I understand their loss and I pray they will find peace knowing that this child of God is sitting at the feet of Jesus listening intently as he has all of his questions answered. I pray that the heavenly trumpets are playing a special song for him and the streets paved with gold lead him on beautiful, heavenly journeys. I pray the family will turn to you in their grief and allow you to carry them through these difficult days where they miss their precious child. I pray all these things in your heavenly name. Amen.

  2. Debbie Polidora says:

    To Ntwanano’s family and friends,

    Sending hugs and prayers to you today, Ntwanano’s angel day, hoping that the day is gentle for you and your memories are happy ones. I know how difficult these days are to get through. My heart to yours,

    Mom to ^i^Joey (10-31-81–6-20-08)
    Lorin, Mike, & Greg

  3. maty says:

    Sending my prayers love and thoughts to Ntwanano parents , family and friends . I hope he gives you the strengh to cope with such a difficult day . We know that one day we will be reunited with our kids . Love and Peace . Maty Chris mum

  4. Nancy Ikeler says:

    Dearest Ntwanano’s Family-may your heavy hearts be lifted today and filled with the LIGHT and LIGHTNESS of God’s ETERNAL LOVE, PEACE AND GRACE and KNOW that your dearest Ntwanano is so close by you today and always.

    Blessed Ntwanano-may your precious spirit be filled to overflowing with radiance and love that reaches out to your Family today and in all the days to come.

    From my heart to all of yours as we swim this vast sea of grieving our departed children together.

    Love always,

    Nancy Ikeler-mother of Danny Gunn 8/11/77-1/2/06

  5. CARLA MORGAN says:

    Sending prayers and love to Ntwanano and family today. May they feel all the prayers and thoughts and think of happy memories.
    Carla M.
    Charles’ Mom

  6. Beverly, Donnie's Mom says:

    Prayers for the family of Ntwanano and caring thoughts sent your way. I will light a candle and send my prayer forth to the Almighty God who loves us in our hours of sorrow. May He comfort you all and may happy memories bring you smiles as you realize that your child and loved one was truly a gift given to you on this earth.

  7. sheri Perl says:

    Dear Ntwanano,

    May the love in our hearts be carried directly to you. May you walk in the light of this love. May you always feel this love and know that it is eternal. I wish for your family to feel the love too, to know that the chain is unbroken and that love is all around them. May all of us know that the love we long for is all around us. Breathe it in! Drink in the white light that is all around you. Even if you cannot see it, know that it is there!
    Much Love,
    Sheri–Danny’s mom always!

  8. Kelly says:

    Ntwanano, I pray you are surrounded by love and peace. Please know you are never forgotten. Please let your family feel your love.
    Trevor’s Mom

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