At this time with people preparing Halloween costumes, myself and those I work intimately with are preparing to help and assist souls in their time of transition. It is known as the “thin time” where souls who have recently passed or are in their time of passing can be readily assisted. Please join with us by taking up the prayer below. Prepare yourself by coming into the quiet spaciousness of your soul, and stay here for some time. When you feel ready speak out the prayer, feeling the words with your heart of compassion. Go into silence and ask in what way you may assist souls further. It may be your silence that is helpful. You may become aware of a name or a face, simply follow what your soul is guided to do. We often are praying for souls we do not know, and prayers we would not think to utter. Trust and follow. All will flow accordingly for the good of all.
A Prayer For The Dying
Mother, into your Arms of Compassion I place all those souls who are dying
Bring The Angels of Comfort and Peace to their side
May their elemental-physical body dissolve with grace
And may all harshness of heart be forgiven
May they forgive themselves, and others.
Be with your children Mother, as they make their crossing
May help be given to unwind and let go of their life with ease
May love fill their heart and consciousness
And may all else be let go into the fire of the Spirit.
May they know that there is no judgment
May they know, that no one, no angel, no God, is judging
There is only Love
There is only Goodness
May there be recognition of this
May there be realization of this.
And as they make their way into a new life
May the old be let go
May there be a new beginning
May their soul remember
Remember to live the fullness of life
Remember what it is to become a full human being
Remember themselves as All That Is.
Be with those who are passing Mother.
Fold them in your loving heart
Let the Presence of Protection be with them
May they travel swiftly to their home of peace
I ask this for all souls passing at this time
I thank you Mother,
I thank you.