Intention of the Week: Fried de Bonth
Help him to overcome his metastatic colon cancer
Sunday, December 16, 2018
10:00 am Pacific US time
Kristly de Bonth has nominated her father, Fried de Bonth, aged 69, from Oss, the Netherlands. Here’s his story, according to Kristly:
“Since 2017 my father has metastatic colon cancer. The cancer is in his intestines, liver and lungs. He gets chemo and his body suffers. He lost a lot of weight and has pain in his shoulder.
“My father is this moment in the hospital because his condition has gotten worse.
“What I really want for him is that he would completely heal, that the cancer is completely out of his body, that the pain is gone, and that he feels a lot of energy to live. I also want for him that the trauma that causes the cancer will go away, so he will live for at least 10 years.
“Thank you all very much for your great work.”
Please hold the following intention on Sunday, December 16, 2018 at 10:00 am Pacific US time/1:00 pm Eastern US/6:00 pm UK/7:00 pm Europe:
‘Our intention is that Fried de Bonth be completely healed of all metastatic cancer in his colon and elsewhere and also any trauma that may have caused the cancer, and that he be healthy and well in every way.’
Intention of the Week: Meg Morris
Help her to heal her kidneys and metastatic cancer
Sunday, December 16, 2018
10:10 am Pacific
Ann Strickland and Kate Lucas have nominated Ann’s friend and Kate’s sister Meg Morris, whom they describe as a ‘56-year-old Seattle, Washington powerhouse who left a successful career in the telecommunications industry to pursue interests and a lifestyle that serve and heal the planet.
“She is one of the most engaged, positive, disciplined and courageous people we know. She has so much to give.
“After receiving training in therapeutic canine massage, and while coming to the completion of a comprehensive course in yoga therapy, she received the unwelcome and totally
unexpected news that she had a very rare and very aggressive form of cancer in her uterine wall. Meg took the news with her customary rational approach, drawing from a deep spiritual well and practices of discipline and service. For four months, follow-up scans showed no evidence of metastasis.
“Then, bad news. Tumors in her lung and pelvis grew quickly, necessitating bilateral nephrostomy tubes so her kidneys wouldn't get backed up. Meg playfully nicknamed the bags “Harry and Larry."
“Meg underwent 4 rounds of chemotherapy. In one of her hospitalizations, she even reached out to the director of nurses to offer short classes to support the nurses in their stressful work.
“The last round of chemo caused neurotoxicity so devastating that she couldn't even recognize her sweetheart. Chemo had to be stopped. Meg considered her options and just spent three weeks in a non-toxic alternative treatment center in Mexico.
“With great gratitude for considering this nomination and thank you for this community of healing and loving intention. We are all so grateful.”
Please hold the following intention on Sunday, December 16, 2018 at 10:10 am Pacific US time/1:10 pm Eastern US/:6:10 pm UK/7:10 pm Europe:
‘Our intention is that that Meg Morris be healed of cancer in her lung, pelvis, uterus and all other parts of her body, that her kidneys resume normal function, and that she be healthy and well in every way.’
Intention of the Week: Levi Berg
Help him to resolve his digestive issues
Sunday, December 16, 2018
10:20 am Pacific
Robin Berg his nominated her son Levi, aged 5, from Denver, Colorado. Here’s his story, according to Robin:
“Right from the time Levi was born he had skin issues and sensitivity challenges.
“Despite me already being gluten and dairy-free while nursing, Levi had steady eczema as well as digestive challenges from the start.
“Since one year of age, he’s needed an EPI pen for nuts, always had some amount of eczema, and over the recent two years started showing a frequent and progressive pattern of runny nose, swollen glands and sore throat, into cough, respiratory congestion/ respiratory virus, and ultimately needing a nebulizer with inhaled meds/steroids (often accompanied by ear infections, stomach aches and occasional vomiting after a meal, not to mention the seemingly constant need for anti-histamines/cold meds.)
“He's always been around the 7th or 10th percentile in growth, and often not having the normal ‘high energy’ that most kids have.
“Levi was tested for immune “over-reaction" to over 200 foods. Essentially there are over 60 foods that if eaten trigger his immune system into high gear, resulting in any variety of reactions from immediate sinus response, stomach pain, vomiting, head-to-toe eczema or hives, and ultimately needing an inhaled steroid for respiratory issues.
“Despite being limited to 30 foods and only being 5 years old, Levi has been a champ, but last week he ate one wrong thing (after a slightly improved couple months and many fewer symptoms) and he has been sick for a week. We are also starting to notice stomach aches returning, hopefully not a result of those few foods now also starting to bother his system.
“Our intention is that Levi’s digestive system and immune system be restored to full health and function. Thank you so much!”
Please hold the following intention on Sunday, December 16, 2018 at 10:20 am Pacific US time/1:20 pm Eastern US/6:20 pm UK/7:20 pm Europe:
‘Our intention is that Levi Berg’s digestive system and immune system be restored to full health and function, that he be able to safely eat a variety of foods and nutrients, and that he be completely healthy and well in every way.’
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