Help Imikan to heal after a motorcycle accident

‘Our intention is that Imikan Inyang be quickly, completely and permanently healed of all of his wounds during his US Marine service and his motorcycle accident, and be healthy and well in every way.’

Intention of the Week: Imikan Inyang 

Help to heal him after a motorcycle accident

Sunday, December 15, 2019

10:20 am Pacific

Imikan Inyang, aged 28, of Sanford, Florida has nominated himself.   Here’s his story in his own words:

“I have serious injuries due to a motorcycle accident. I have a whole brain swell concussion, a broken right collar bone, broken left wrist, and road rash over 60 percent of my body.

“I was in a hit and run motorcycle accident on I-4 in Orlando on November 4, 2019. I am a US Marine Veteran (previously wounded in combat in Afghanistan with a concussion and bullet wounds).

“I am in my fourth hospital since my accident, the Veteran's Hospital Polytrauma Unit in Tampa, Florida, USA, which is the right place for me to be.

“I am getting great care. I have had extensive skin grafting due to the road rash, and I am on serious pain meds. I have four hours per day of physical rehab, speech therapy, occupational therapy, and psychological therapy for my past and current brain trauma.

Please hold an intention for me to be quickly and completely healed from all of my  wounds during his US Marine service and his motorcycle accident”

Please hold the following intention on Sunday, December 15, 2019 at 10:20 am Pacific US time/1:20 pm Eastern US/6:20 pm UK/7:20 pm Europe:

‘Our intention is that Imikan Inyang be quickly, completely and permanently healed of all of his wounds during his US Marine service and his motorcycle accident, and be healthy and well in every way.’



15 responses to “Help Imikan to heal after a motorcycle accident”

  1. Dave Bell says:

    I know that Sunday is the main day for doing the intention, but I'm guessing it is ok to send the intention at the right time any day of the week that the receivers are featured in. I sometimes forget on Sunday but remember on other days, what about extending it for all days. Do you think that would dilute the power or that if there was at least 8, the healing would still take place?

  2. Lynne McTaggart says:

    Hi Sandra, please submit your intention of the week nomination here:

  3. Stacy says:

    Lynne and team, I'm so appreciative for including my mom in the intentions of the week. We've recently gathered our personal group of 8+ too. With this focused positive intention from many, along with some alternative therapies, she's already experienced some relief, AND we're more confident this chapter will be far behind us. Thank you–– for this and for the work you do.

  4. Ralph Huber says:

    I'm wondering about timing for sending the healing intention. I live in Santa Fe and Sunday Services are usually scheduled from about 10AM to 11:30ish (MT). Obviously a weekly conflict in times for me. Any guidance? Thanks!

  5. Julie Vognsgaard says:

    Dear Lynne
    I wish there was some way of knowing approximately how many intention participants that are joining these weekly projects.
    May I suggest a kind of button, that us users of your website can tick off, to know we are joining?
    Or maybe after, to confirm completed intention?
    Don't have to be personal, just anonymous.

    My point being so we can see the numbers grow, as we all should encourage others to join. Both healings and global peace etc. I can only shamefully imagine how far behind Denmark must be, on subjects like this, as most of us are sadly very little spiritual. I will do my best to change that.
    Sincerely Julie

    • Ruth says:

      Very good idea, Julie.
      I would appreciate that as well.
      And thank you for your work in Denmark.

    • Hilu says:

      Hi Julie,
      My group holds intentions most every night at 9 PM. We have a private Facebook group and meet / meditate on the messenger there.
      The three official requests, plus member requests for family and friends, are executed when they come; one a night.
      Since we have had experiences and results in our private circle, we just accept that we ARE making a difference, no matter at what time and day we focus on these people's healing.
      We are also aware that in many cases things don't change, or - and I find that important to recognize - things happen in their immediate environment that need changing also; or first?

      In my group it happens a lot that we 'get a feeling, an inner knowing, a picture, a vision,' treated as important information by us. We may then, hold a second intention on another night, 'lift vibrations,' feeling that depression and fears prevent the physical healing process. (This is only an example and it doesn't happen every time)
      We trust, believe, work on creating emotions (Gregg Braden / HeartMath) to catapult us into deeper and hopefully even more successful attention/ meditations. When it feels hard to accomplish anything during the first few minutes, we use the Ho'oponopono blessing.
      We have also created a mental image where we meet: It is a round, glass-domed room.
      I or another moderator sets a little scene; this helps the member to be 'in it' a little faster.
      (At other times, we go out into the nature for a meditation experience. Those are for us, just to make ourselves feel good, more aware, more energized...)

      We have been doing this for two years now. Some people have left the group, others have joined. Sometimes, only two members meditate, at other times there are nine of us.
      I believe that every one person holding an intention can be the One who performs the healing.
      I also feel, as a group, we create a positive field - similar to Masuro Emoto's water crystals, so, we ourselves and our homes & families benefit as well. We change, the field changes, the environment changes.
      We take days off during holidays, vacations, personal events etc.
      Of course, we have become friends too....:)

      I can understand that a button would help you, since you seem to be on the website during the announced time?

      Be well, Julie & Everyone who reads this

    • Cindy says:

      I also like Julie's idea.

  6. Shelley says:

    I agree with Julie. A button marked 'Intention' or with some type of 'healing' emoji/icon could be near the images of the people having intentions send to them? Once the intention has been sent, the person clicks on the button.

  7. I fully agree with Julie. I too am from and live in Denmark - however only joined today for the second time. Thanks for the opportunity. 🙏😘

  8. Steve Latham says:

    Thankyou dearly in advance to all those who send a healing intention for me this week. Its a truly magnificent thing these groups are doing for individual & the world.

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