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Healing for the Gulf – an invitation

Posted by Erik on June 16, 2010

First thing Thursday morning I’m headed down to Naples, FL for my dad’s memorial service; the city is on the Gulf coast, but hundreds of miles away from the oil-spill. I’ve been trying to think of something suitable that’s disaster-related to do while I’m down there – beyond trying to drive less (ironically) and donating to groups working on the cleanup, that is – and the only thing I’ve thought of so far is to bring prayers and healing energy.

So, that’s what I’m going to do – my current plan is to be on the shore between 10-11 PM (Eastern) on Friday night, offering said prayers and energy to the gods and spirits of the Gulf area and specifically petitioning Poseidon to give Them His aid. I invite anyone who wants to participate in making this a group healing to jump in during this hour and send your own energy; or, if you have a prayer you would like me to carry, you can post it here or use the Contact form above.

If this strikes you as a worthwhile endeavor, please feel free to spread the word!

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One Response to “Healing for the Gulf – an invitation”

  1. Feral Boy said

    Sounds good to me … and if you want to do something, perhaps help with relief of people affected down there. I have a friend who went down to help the Native tribes in Louisiana after Katrina. Since they are autonomous of the U.S., they got no help from the government.

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