Saturday, January 13, 2007

Wherever Two or More of You

My deepest thanks to all who joined the healing meditation for Mark just now. As we gathered in Spirit, I experienced a sense of peace and connection that surprised me with its strength.

It's cold and windy here in KC this afternoon. Sleet is hurling itself to the ground as though in fury. Mummified in layers, I sat outside facing my beloved pond with a plastic trash bag beneath me. The candle I keep lit for Mark was beside me.

At 2:00pm, I began my meditation and all awareness of the cold and wind left me. My hands, especially, felt warm. The geese on the pond, usually noisy and active, were silent and still. At times I felt incredibly rooted to the earth and at other times completely buoyant, as though my body could float across the miles to Darlene and Mark to deliver the golden light of the meditation.

Surprisingly, Mark's candle remained lit the entire time despite the wind. And I remained connected to All That Is.

Again, thank you. Meditating and praying with you all was an honor and a priviledge.

Peace above you. Peace below you. Let all around you be peace.

5 comments:

liz elayne said...

Jerri - this is beautiful...

Jon and I did the meditation together...it was very powerful...

I too at times felt this deep connection to it all.

I am so glad you thought of this and manifested it to happen.

Blessings to you...

Amber said...

Oh! I was thinking all day it was 2:00 MY time! I'm so lame!! :(

But I know healing energy went out and up, dear jerri. And I will still sit in prayerful meditation today.

Thank you for being such a beautiful and inspiring love. I am happy to know you.

oxox :)

Prema said...

Jerri, you really are such a lover of god. Very generous in heart and spirit. Thank you for making that choice because it extends in so many directions.

suzie q said...

Hi Jerri :) I just popped over to say thank you for this beautiful idea, and for the wonderful, peaceful, hopeful connection I felt while I joined with you in the meditation.
It's such a pleasure to have discovered your blog(s), and I look forward to reading more and learning from you.
Thanks again for a wonderful experience.
Hugs,
Suze xXx

Mystic Wing said...

I was the funeral for the mother of a friend on Saturday, and at 2:00 when back into the chapel to join the long-distance meditation while the rest of the group was socializing with the family in the community room.

It was a very powerful few minutes, and I had a distinct sense of all the others meditating to the same purpose across the country.

Much to discuss; will talk with you soon.