July 21, 2018 —Nathan Benton —TemilayoOluwa Ogooluwasubomi IkeOluwa Akimwumiju—Robert A. Clark Day!

Today we come together to focus our attention on a very beloved Prayer Registry Child: Nathan Benton who passed on July 21, 2016, TemilayoOluwa Ogooluwasubomi IkeOluwa Akimwumiju who passed on July 21, 2013 and Robert A. Clark who passed on June 21, 2017.

 

To listen to the prayer for the children this link:  

 

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 Nathan,TemilayoOluwa and Robert,

 

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 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 Nathan, TemilayoOluwa and Robert

standing in the light before you

As you breathe-out, envision Nathan, TemilayoOluwa and Robertlooking vibrant and well.

 

 

As you inhale, envision drawing energy into you

As you exhale envision directing that energy to Nathan, TemilayoOluwa and Robert

As you inhale continue to visualize energy entering into you

As you exhale see this energy flowing outward from you and surrounding Nathan, TemilayoOluwa and Robert

Bathing them in light and loving energy

See them surrounded by energy

See them smiling

See them laughing

See that they arehappy and free!

 

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

As you breathe-out direct this feeling of strength to families of Nathan, TemilayoOluwa and Robert

As you breathe-in draw peace into yourself

As you exhale send that feeling of peace to the families of Nathan, TemilayoOluwa and Robert.

 

Dear Nathan, TemilayoOluwa and Robert,

 

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 TemilayoOluwa.

 

We love you,

 

The Prayer Team

 

To leave a prayer of your own hit on the comment command below.

 

…if we saw all the difference even the tiniest of our prayers make, and all the people those little prayers were destined to affect, and all the consequences of those prayers down through the centuries, we would be so paralyzed with awe at the power of prayer that we would be unable to get up off our knees for the rest of our lives.

 

Peter Kreeft, professor of Philosophy, Boston College

Learn to Meditate: Guided Mediation by Sheri

 

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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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6 Responses to July 21, 2018 —Nathan Benton —TemilayoOluwa Ogooluwasubomi IkeOluwa Akimwumiju—Robert A. Clark Day!

  1. emkarblog says:

    ❤️💕❤️💕❤️Precious Nathan, TemilayoOluwa and Robert, To your loving families and yourself. Today we hold you all in our thoughts and prayers. We know there is no such thing as death and that you are with us albeit in a different form. Your loved ones in the realm of the physical send all our love, prayers and light to you in the realm of the spirit. Love Karyn, mother of Emma Louise Grace. 💜

  2. Chris says:

    For precious children Nathan, TemilayoOluwa, Robert, and to your loved ones,
    Know that your loved ones take you with them in their life’s journey. No matter how long or short your time shared with them here was, their love is just as strong now as when you were physically with them. Neither time nor distance can change that. The love you have for one another can’t be exiled to the past tense just as you are not the past tense. You live on in a different plane where you have the ability to make yourselves known in so many ways. Please let your loved ones know you are always near them and that your loving bond is strong and constant, especially on this day. I speak your names to the universe so that you will know you will never be forgotten. May your loved ones find comfort and a measure of peace in loving thoughts for them. I believe with every fiber of my being that our children are whole, happy, and free of all worries and pain. Your never-ending love for each other is infinite and ever-present ❤ ❤ ❤

    I am forever in this life and the next, Jason and Christian’s grateful and proud mom, and grateful and proud mom of my Sarah, Christian’s twin and Jason’s little sis, who is thankfully here with me.
    💚❤💙

  3. Terri Cramer. says:

    We come before you Lord on this day July 21st to hold in remembrance your precious children Nathan, TemilayoOluwa and Robert. We thank you for bringing them into this world for all to love and enjoy. On this their angelversary day, we ask for your comfort and strength for their families as they continue on this journey without their beloved children. May they be assured that their children are happy, healthy and totally complete residing in paradise with you. They shall be forever loved and never forgotten. We ask that your blessings are bestowed upon them all until they are reunited in heaven. This we pray in Jesus’s name. Amen.

  4. maty says:

    Precious children Nathan, TemilayoOluwa and Robert my love and prayers goes out to you, your loved ones are also on my thoughts and prayers. Peace Love and Light Maty Chris 💔 mom forever 💙

  5. Debbie says:

    To the families and friends of Nathan, TemilayoOluwa, and Robert,

    Sending hugs and prayers to you today, Nathan, TemilayoOluwa, and Robert’s angel day, hoping that the day is gentle for you, my friends. I know how difficult these days can be to get through. My candle will be lit in remembrance of your precious loved ones. My heart to yours,

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

    Another day without you, another tear silently falls.
    I have grown accustomed to an aching heart and false smile,
    But I will never grow accustomed to life without
    My precious son, Joey.

    Having a son in heaven changes everything.

  6. Nancy Sallese says:

    Nathan, TemilayoOluwa and Robert
    May perpetual light shine upon you all. I pray that you are all safe in the loving light and doing good things until we return home. I pray somehow someway that you get to show your loved ones that you are spiritually alive and safe. That there is no pain or suffering. I know for me I see the end of my children and their dad’s suffering and I get stuck on that. I forget that you are in the loving light and living in joy.
    I pray that your loved ones receive blessing and comfort. Comfort on knowing there is the site and many more. To keep their faith in whatever it is,
    In memory of my children’s dad, son and daughter
    until we meet agin
    lots of love

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