Wednesday, July 27, 2005

Happy Birthday

Hi all, I will be very busy for the whole week because of the training. Anyway, I just want to greet a good friend of mine, Ate Rosse, Happy Birthday! I know it's late but its the though that counts right?

I hope you have a great happy day today on your birthday (I mean last tuesday..hehehe) happy as I am to have you as a friend. Muah Muah!

Here's another beautiful fairy for you: ( fairy picking flowers again...

Have a great day to you all!

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Monday, July 25, 2005


Tonight is my last day here on the floor since I will be moving to the MOST department starting Monday. I'm a bit excited with this one since it is a big change for me. It's quite intriguing on what will be the type of work we will be doing since as of this time its a bit vague but comes our training for sure...we'll find out what its all about. Even though I'm excited with all these, a part of me feels sad leaving. Sad because I have friends that will be left. I will surely miss all the wonderful people that I have worked with. I will surely miss our own chika minute while we're waiting for member, the breakfast, dinner before coming in to work...I know these are still possible but the thing is we do have different schedule and day off and we will no longer be staying here on the floor. We will be moving at one of the training room.

Teti Tets I will surely miss all the new updates...hehehe..(u know what I mean), your so called beautiful voice and of course your "one-liner". Keep me updated with your celeb gossips ha...hehehe

Sexy Nhey don't forget your figure..remember the wedding dress! And don't forget to always bring coffee since you're such a sleepy head..hehehe...I will miss your "crazy" ~ ness.

Ate Arceli Samson I will surely miss your thoughtfulness, your weird and unbelievable but true stories (and corny jokes as well). Take care of Gless and Nhey and yourself too! Don't forget to inform me if you'll become the new stockholder of National Bookstore.

To those that I have not mentioned....I will surely miss you too! Sorry but I have a lot good friends here and if I were to mention all of you, this entry will be very looooong... . I'm sure you'll understand. Keep in touch okies? Check out the other dolls! hehehe...

This is Ann, she loves ballet. ( I think) LOL!

This is me, because I'm an Angel in disguise! ( Hey, I don't want to hear any negative reactions! Specially violent ones! Anyway, this is my journal!

Jen and Tong..nice couple!

Ate Rosse! Flowers again? New flowers for your garden.

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#4 Comment from mhigless
7/24/05 5:49 PM | Permalink
Hey mga pre we will definitely miss u. Wag na wag nyo kaming pagpapalit ha kahit may bago na kayong mga friends. Syempre iba pa rin talaga mga origs diba? Pag pinagpalit nyo kami....MAGSESELOS talaga kami! at magwawala daw si ARC pag nangyari yon! bwahaha. Remember, she is your one and only child. ayaw nya ng may kaagaw!. :-D

Take care always! :-*#3 Comment from mhinhey
7/24/05 4:57 PM | Permalink
Yo! we will not miss u...but for sure you will miss us...hahahahaha. sana kahit na lumipat na kayo, di mo pa rin ako makakalimutan. at sana lang wag mo kami pagpapalit ha? kasi we're unique =) bakuran mo si honey ko huh? pero nice couple din kami ni papa xtian db???hihihihi, (isingit ba). Basta, take care always and keep in touch. baka magmalaki ka na rin nyan ha? (malaki ka na nga pala). o sya un lang po. Ako na bahala kay ArceliSam:P#2 Comment from mhimarj
7/24/05 4:02 PM | Permalink
I'll surely miss you, Collyn. Please take care of my dear friend, Nikki. I know you guys will eventually be good friends with her. Goodluck on your new team and queue. Muah!#1 Comment from mhiarc
7/24/05 1:25 PM | Permalink
bakeeeeeeeeeet yan ang picture ko..pwede namang smileys na lang akooo..

Sunday, July 24, 2005

Melancholy and the Infinite Sadness

I am extremely sad...sigh... last thursday, July 21, my sister called informing us that daddy needs to go back to the hospital, they have to confine him since he feels very weak and his cbc - hemoglobin is very low. He will be staying there till tomorrow but he is still under observation. Please do continue to pray for him and for my mom...She feels so heavyhearted right now. I'm wondering what's on her mind right now before she goes to sleep, as you all know I work in the night shift and I can't be with her to at least give her comfort...she's all alone right now... I'm feeling dumpish right now. Before I left the house, my mom was on the phone talking to my aunt, I heard her cry....I didn't know what exactly they are talking about since I'm already rushing to fix my things since it's already 9:10 and I'm still at the house. Tomorrow, I'll find out what it was but I'm sure it is about my dear Daddy. Aarrrgghhhh... I'm so grumpy right now! It's actually affecting my work and by the way, this is my last night here in MAS since me and Ann will be moving to MOST. It's our day off later then the training starts monday. What's so irritating is that our css is so annoying, he did an IPS with me a while ago and obviously he knows that I'm not in the mood then he kept on telling me very BAD and CORNY jokes and it's just so annoying! While he was telling me lame jokes, in my mind I'm already thinking of what I can possibly do to make him shut up.. I was already thinking of getting a duct tape or a needle and I want to sew his lips together so that he can no longer open his mouth! I know it's mean but..he so....okay, let's just drop it. I'm a good girly now. Anyway, it's a good thing that I'm seated where I'm seated right actually makes me feel better. And I'm with happy people here, so, it's actually helping....I wish everything will be back to normal.....

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#2 Comment from mhimae
8/10/05 12:33 PM | Permalink
My prayers are still with you and your family collyn.. my dad passed away already but the emotional trauma we went through at the time we were fighting cancer with him is still haunting us. There is still so much pain and helplessness. I do pray to God you won't have to experience what we are experiencing right now.. Just continue praying and believing in the ultimate plan of God. You will find great solice in Him.#1 Comment from mhimarj
7/24/05 3:56 PM | Permalink
I hope the next blog you will post will be good news about this update. :) You're very funny my dear. I had a laugh about what you mentioned about your CSS. You could have told him that the IPS he did for you was useless. It will no longer be needed since you were moving to MOST. I am glad you shared that thing with him for I know that to be an effective leader, you have to be sensitive enough to the feelings of others. The interaction can always be rescheduled. Anyway, enough of that too. I might say some things that will make me look bad. ;-)

Thursday, July 14, 2005

Update on Daddy

It's been almost 2 to 3 weeks when they stopped the radiation. My dad's oncologist suggested to have it stopped (for the meantime)...the doctor was afraid that too much radiation can make the muscle very stiff and when this happens the chemotherapy will be useless, so they need to let the tissues relax and rest for a few weeks. Now, my sister dear called this afternoon after my daddy's check up she said that this morning they started the radiation again. The Oncologist called my dad's Doc ( his other doctor, he has a lot of docs) and informed him that he can go ahead and continue the radiation so far the doctor wants to give daddy 7 sessions, then they will evaluate and check if he needs more. Tomorrow is friday, time for his Chemo again...I hope he won't vomit that much..oohhh..the headache...sleepless nights,'s very hard to see him like this..I just can't help it...when he's asleep I just stare at as much as I would like to stop the tears rolling down my eyes, I just can't. It just really sad. I miss the days when we sit at our dining table and the whole family would just laugh about jokes, updating each and everyone about what happened with our day if it went well or what. Listening to each other's story, especially having dinner was the best. Do you think it'll happen again? How I hope it will. yeah..that's exactly how I feel...

::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::I'm pissed off!!!! I just don't understand why do some people have no consideration for other people's feelings? I just don't get..I don't if you can call it being "mean" or maybe the person is just ignorant...aarrggghhh... you decide.
Here is what happened yesterday....
Fat Lady: uy ning, musta na si Francis?
Mommy: on the phone, so she just waived telling her that she have an important call ( it was my sister on the other line)
Then another neighbor arrived...Zenny. By the way, the Fat Lady is one of our neighbors too. She is the type of neighbor whom you can call a "certified chismosa".
Zenny: o bat andito ka?
Fat Lady: Francis walang nang chance!
Zenny: ( no comment) she just glared at her. ( The look that tells you..will you just shut up if you don't have anything good to say?!) Then, the fatty lady just walked away...Good thing for her!
Even if my mom's on the phone, she heard everything...(in case you didn't know, my mommy have a bionic ears..hahaha...even if you just whisper..she'll hear it...really, I'm not may want to try it! ) Yes, as I was saying she heard what the fat lady said..and of coursemy mom was hurt she got offended...she's lucky my mommy did not comment on that..and she will not because for sure if she did it might start a small conflict and that is the last thing on my mom's head...she doesn't want to engage into those kind of mom is very patient, I can tell you that! I hope she realizes how hurtful she was. I hope she is "able" to use her head and think before speaking.
She doesn't have any right to say that. Only God knows when is the right time, not her, not me, nobody...God have a plan, and I'm not going to interfere with it, I just want to ask him to give us more time...I trust God and I know that he will not give my family something that we cannot handle... As long as I have God with me, I know I'm in good hands, so is my loved ones. (sniff..sniff.). seems that my Lacrimal Glands are functioning very well.
Till next time....

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#3 Comment from mhimae 8/3/05 12:23 PM Permalink
I totally understand your situation collyn, having gone through the same fears and pain when my papa was receiving the same treatment in St. Luke's. There's an enormous feeling of helplessness in the situation and an immeasurable pain. Just hang on there and be brave for your dad. He gets his strenght in you and you get your strength from God. Remember, you have to L I V E STRONG for your dad.. My prayers are with you and your family.
#2 Comment from mhimarj 7/21/05 6:04 PM Permalink
Collyn, we're blessed to have such a loving family. With that, we have to thank God so much. Yes, you are right that He would not give us problems that we cannot overcome. Just keep on hanging there and let us pray harder for your dad. Soon, days you'll spend with your family will be back to normal full of simple joys.
#1 Comment from mhiarc 7/15/05 2:00 AM Permalink
God always gives His best to those who leave the choice with Him. I know you are toughAnd seeing that God is your source of strength, whatever comes your wayyou will not be moved or shaken. Godbless-- keep on praying.. i do.

The Rain

Just want to share an e-mail I received...this is nice...

One rainy afternoon I was driving along one of the main streets of town, taking those extra precautions necessary when the roads are wet and slick. Suddenly, my daughter, Aspen, spoke up from her relaxed position in her seat. "Dad, I'm thinking of something." This announcement usually meant she had been pondering some fact for a while, and was now ready to expound all that her six-year-old and had discovered. I was eager to hear. "What are you thinking?" I asked. "The rain! ;" she began, "is like sin, and the windshield wipers are like God wiping our sins away." After the chill bumps raced up my arms I was able to respond. "That's really good, Aspen." Then my curiosity broke in. How far would this little girl take this revelation? So I asked... "Do you notice how the rain keeps on coming? What does that tell you?" Aspen didn't hesitate one moment with her answer: "We keep on sinning, and God just keeps on forgiving us." I will always remember this whenever I turn my wipers on. Isn't it distressing to know that when you forward this message you will not send it to many on your address list because you're not sure what they believe, or what they will think of you for sending it to them. Funny how we can be more worried about what other people think of us than what God thinks of us. In order to see the Rainbow, you must first endure some Rain.Written by mhicollyn Blog about this entry

Wednesday, July 13, 2005


SoundCheck: The Beekeeper by Tori Amos
In this newest release from fiery haired songstress Tori Amos, you'll see that she is still constant with her soulful vocals and poetic emotion - filled lyrics. Amos puts her whole heart and soul into literally making beautiful music and communicating the depth of her emotion.
Sleeps with Butterflies is currently making waves in radio station and is the ideal mood music for you as you kick off your heels and choll out after a hard day at work.
If you're into this type of music, I also recommend you to check out her previous album Scarlet's Walk. One of the best track I recommend you to listen to is "A Sorta Fairytale". So what are you waiting for? Go check it out now!

~ Biography ~
Tori Amos (born Myra Ellen Amos) was one of several female singer/songwriters who combined the stark lyrical attack of alternative rock with a distinctly '70s musical approach.
Born in North Carolina but raised in Maryland, Amos was the daughter of a Methodist preacher. By the age of four, she was singing and playing piano in the church choir; she began writing her own songs shortly afterward. Amos won a scholarship to Baltimore's Peabody Conservatory based on her instrumental prowess. While she was studying at Peabody, she became infatuated with rock & roll, particularly the music of Led Zeppelin. She began writing pop ballads and performing in local bars. She moved to Los Angeles in her late teens to become a pop singer.
The harrowing "Me and a Gun" was an autobiographical song, telling the tale of Amos' own experience with rape. It gained positive reviews throughout the media, andboth the EP and the concerts sold well. Little Earthquakes, Amos' first album as a singer/songwriter, was released in late 1991 and sold well in both the U.S. and the U.K. In 1992, she released the Crucify EP, which featured three covers, including Nirvana's "Smells Like Teen Spirit" and Led Zeppelin's "Thank You." Delivered in early 1994, Under the Pink, the full-length follow-up to Little Earthquakes, was a bigger hit, selling over a million copies and launching the minor hit singles "God" and "Cornflake Girl." Two years later, Amos delivered her third album, Boys for Pele, her most ambitious and difficult record to date. The album debuted at number two and quickly went platinum. Amos spent much of 1997 dealing with personal matters, including a miscarriage and a marriage, and working on her fourth album, From the Choirgirl Hotel, which was released in the spring of 1998. The two-disc To Venus and Back followed in 1999 to coincide with a tour with Alanis Morisette. In 2001, Amos returned with the covers album Strange Little Girls, which also marked her last release for Atlantic. The next year, she found a new label home with Epic and followed with Scarlet's Walk in October. Her eighth studio album, an autobiographical record titled The Beekeeper, was released in 2005.

Saturday, July 9, 2005

Goodbyes The Saddest Word

I would like to share one of my favorite songs....tears would just start rolling down everytime I hear this song....It's about a mother's love for her child....It reminds me of my mom.
Goodbyes The Saddest Word
Mama, you gave life to me turned a babyinto a lady. And Mama all you had to offer was a promise of life time of love. Now I know there is noother love like a mother's love for her childand I know love so complete someday must leave, must say goodbye oohh
***Chorus***goodbye the saddest world I'll ever heargoodbye is the last time I will hold you nearsome day you will say that word and I will cry itwill break my heart to hear you say goodbyeMama you gave love to me turned a young one into a woman. And mama all I ever needed was a guaranteeof you loving me. Cause I know there is no other love like a mother's love for her child. And it hurts that somethingso strong someday will be gone must say goodbye uuhhh yeah***Chorus***
but the love you gave will always be thereYou will always be there every time I fallyou gave to me the greatest love of allyou took my weakness and made it my strongyou will always love me to the end of alland when you need me I'll be there for you alwaysI'll be there all life through I will be there this I promise you. I'll be your light through the darkest nightI'll be the wings that guide your broken flight. I will be your shelter through the raining stormand i will love you till forever comes
***Chorus***till we meet again until then goodbye

Do you care bout your future?

The phone rang around 5 pm....time to get up and pick up my mom from the store. I don't feel getting up since I'm still sleepy. So I got up, wash my face, brush my teeth get the keys then I'm on my way....When I arrived at our store, my dear mama was already waiting outside. She asked me to help her go to the grocery store to buy some stuff for us to bring to Manila tomorrow. My dad asked my mom to buy some carrot juice for him...that's the flavor of the week. : I'm pretty sure next time it will be different, apple or grapes? I don't know...let's just wait and see.
I figured out that it will be best to pass by HensonVille to avoid the heavy traffic, and its much faster to get to Dau using that route. Then as we pass along Richtofen Street, I saw my two cousin outside their house, which by the way lives in HensonVille....I saw the two of them sweeping outside their front gate. When I saw them, somehow I felt sad. Here is why...
My cousin...( 4 siblings) ...3 of them already graduated from college. The eldest is 27 years old, the second one is 25 and the other one is 23. We were really not close with them, one main reason is that my aunt doesn't want her kids to be close to us..(actually not just long as it's her husband's side) maybe she have some insecurity problem or what...hehehe...that is why as much as possible she doesn't want any of my cousin coming over to our house or to other relative's house..I don't know what's with, back to the topic, yes about my cousin, they graduated already however none of them have jobs, they do have a family business, they have a paint center but they do not help in managing the business, they just stay at home sit, eat, watch TV, playstation ( a certified playstation addict) and sleep, everyday the same a way it makes me sad. They're lucky they still have their parents with them, looking after them, but I think they need to think of their future, what will happen if one day they wake up without their what are they gonna do?
Last month my uncle spoke with my mom telling her that he was really depressed, that's one of the main reason why he is depressed, he tried to convince his son to help or at least start to take over the business but he doesn't seem interested...It seems that my dear cousin don't have any plans for the future. He have a 3 year old son ( I think he is already 3 if not 4), but no, he's not married..he doesn't want to marry the mother, but from what I know, they broke up after the girl got pregnant and now they're back together. I think he needs to start to live his life seriously....parents are not always there for us....there will come a time that they cannot stay with us any longer, we do not know what might happen in the future, we need to get ready.
I just wish that he realizes that its time to make a change, live his life differently..more seriously and be more responsible...I just hope that what happened with my dad won't happen to his..They are lucky they have a healthy dad who can do things for them....for their family..and they don't have to do anything...And I hope they'll find time to have a good talk and bond...cause they do not have a good relationship at home...they don't have small talks, if they are at home, they just stay in their respective rooms not talking each other...time is running out..time flies so fast that we need to value time...time needs to be spent wisely..especially with our family...our loved ones...
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Saturday, July 2, 2005


This entry is for a friend who moved her cheese to the MOST team. Last night's shift is her very last day with the whole team and of course her last day with us (her friends). We will surely miss her so much...(yuckers..plastic ang dating..hehehe)....We would miss calling her Aubrey, dekada, JenTong, Rochelle from the sex bomb dancer, and Jen Jen.
We have enjoyed each other's company, we've had ups and down but it didn't hinder us from keeping the friendship we had. If my memory serves me well, she was the first person I ever met here in AOL, she's the first person who approached me...for those people who thinks that she is snobbish, well, you're wrong she is one of the most friendliest person I know (the mataray thing? well its just the looks).
It's sad to see someone from your group leave, its been always the four of us, Me, Ann, TetiTets and her..Oh! sorry I mean five of us...but Laren already moved to MOST but we're still close, we always see to it that we're updated with what's going on with our boring lives..hehe... It's also funny that other people thought that our group had a fight and because of this she is moving to different queue...well that's wrong, she have other reason why she is moving besides she dreads to sleep at night she wants a normal life.
Is my entry full of drama or what?? Hehehe...any way my dear few readers, she's just moving to another queue, sorry if it soundedlike she's leaving the country..hahaha...well it's just we'll miss her...anyway we can still send email and text messages, right Jen? Okay, okay, enough of the Drama! Just keep us updated okay, especially your love life..wahahaha...(para kasing telenovela eh..sinusubaybayan namen). Goodluck girl! muah muah...from all of us.
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#1 Comment from mhimarj 7/21/05 5:35 PM Permalink
I can relate to you, Collyn. One of my dearest friends will be moving her cheese to MOST too. I'll definitely miss her for the time I will be spending with her will definitely become few and far between since she will no longer be in the floor. It saddens me that I might not be able to talk with her as often as I like to. I knew though that it's time for her to move on - to try something new. This will add spice to her life. Oh! I almost forgot you're going to move to that same department too and that means having Jen in the same queue. I will be missing seeing you in the floor w/ Ann. Anyway, who knows I might be moving my cheese too and join you in your queue in the future. ;-)

Friday, July 1, 2005

"La Resistance"

I guess some of you is familiar with "South Park" yeah, right! lols..I'm sure you do most of my reader are South Park fan especially the "Frog Killer". I was ummm...well kinda surfin the net and I came across with the lyrics of La Resistance. By the way, some words that are not suitable for a child like me is deleted...I changed them with a smiley icon.
God has smiled upon you this day the fate of the nation in your hands the blessed be the childrenwho fight with all our braverytill only the righteous standyou see the distant flamesthey bellow in the night you fight in all our namesfor what we know is right but when you all get shot and cannot carry onthough you die la resistance lives onyou may get stabbed in the headwith a dagger or a swordyou may be burned to deathor skinned alive or worsebut when they torture youyou will not feel the need to run forthough you die la resistance lives on
Here's the edited!
they may cut your in half and serve it to a pigand though it hurts you a blastyou will dance a jigbut thats the way it goes in war you're shat upon though you die la resistance lives on
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"Which are you?"

Here's a good story on how to face life's challenges..

A young woman went to her mother lamenting the difficulties of her life. She did not know how she was going to make it and wanted to give up. She was tired of fighting and struggling. It seemed that every time one problem was solved a new one arose.
Her mother took her to the kitchen. She filled three pots with water and placed each on a high fire. Soon the pots came to a boil. In the first, she placed carrots, in the second she placed eggs and the last she placed ground coffee beans. She let them sit and boil, without saying a word. In about twenty minutes she turned off the burners. She fished the carrots out and placed them in a bowl. She pulled the eggs out and placed them in a bowl. Then she ladled the coffee out and placed it in a bowl. Turning to her daughter, she asked, "Tell me, what do you see?" "Carrots, eggs, and coffee," she replied. She brought her closer and asked her to feel the carrots. She did and noted that they were soft. She then asked her to take an egg and break it. After pulling off the shell, she observed the hard-boiled egg. Finally, she asked her to sip the coffee. The daughter smiled as she tasted its rich aroma. The daughter then asked, "What does it mean, mother?" Her mother explained that each of these objects had faced the same adversity--boiling water - but each reacted differently. The carrot went in strong, hard and unrelenting. However after being subjected to the boiling water, it softened and became weak. The egg had been fragile. Its thin outer shell had protected its liquid interior. But, after sitting through the boiling water, its inside became hardened. The ground coffee beans were unique, however. After they were in the boiling water they had changed the water. "Which are you?" she asked her daughter." When adversity knocks on your door, how do you respond? Are you a carrot, an egg, or a coffee bean?"r level handle adversity? Are you a carrot, an egg, or a coffee bean?...

Beautiful, isnt it?...We can easily relate on it.
Think of this: Which am I? Am I the carrot that seems strong, but with pain and adversity, do I wilt and become soft and lose my strength? Am I the egg that starts with a malleable heart, but changes with the heat? Did I have a fluid spirit, but after death, a breakup, a financial hardship or some other trial, have I become hardened and stiff? Does my shell look the same, but on the inside am I bitter and tough with a stiff spirit and a hardened heart? Or am I like the coffee bean? The bean actually changes the hot water, the very circumstance that brings the pain. When the water gets hot, it releases the fragrance and flavor. If you are like the bean, when things are at their worst, you get better and change the situation around you. When the hours are the darkest and trials are their greatest, do you elevate to another level? How do you handle adversity? Are you a carrot, an egg, or a coffee bean?...Written by mhicollyn Blog about this entry

Angels of Healing and Compassion

Angels of Healing and Compassion How to call on the angels to help you with your physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual health By David Lawson Excerpted from 'A Company of Angels: Your Angel Transformation Guide' by David Lawson published by Findhorn PressWhen you are sick, feeling lonely, feeling depressed, or lacking energy and unable to motivate yourself, you may wish to ask the Angels for their healing support. You may also choose to do this when you are preparing for, or recuperating from, an operation.
Just imagine your body, mind, emotions, and spirit becoming a magnet for angelic healing and ask angelic guardians to intervene by directing healing energy to wherever it is needed. You could imagine your angels placing hands, wings, or beams of healing light energy upon any area of your body that is in need of a healing boost, or simply picture them radiating light directly to your mind, spirit, or emotions. Do this regularly.
If you are lying in bed recovering from an illness or an accident, you could even do this several times every day. Just remember that the more you ask, the more you will receive.
Talk to your angels. If you can, be specific about your needs. You could ask them to bring you the healing that would help you evolve spiritually; you could ask them to comfort you during times of grief or heal the cause of your distress. You could even ask them to help your doctor, healer, or complementary therapist provide the best available treatment for your condition. What is more, if you wish to develop your own healing abilities to help other people, you could ask your angels for their guidance. When asked, angels love to point you towards the right books, courses, and tutors to build and enhance your skills in the best way possible. All you need to do is say is: "Angels, I need to find the perfect book about.... Please guide me in the right direction."
Exercise: Sending Angelic HealingFind a quiet, comfortable place to sit and relax. Breathe deeply, allow your eyes to close and use your imagination to contact the angels of healing. You may ask for healing for someone who is sick, someone who is lonely or isolated, someone who is grieving, or for any human need that another person may have. You may even send healing thoughts to someone who is quite well but who you instinctively feel may need a boost of confidence, joy, or inspiration.
Begin by thinking of the person whom you wish to send angelic healing. You do not have to know them intimately or even know their name, just focus on the information you have about them and trust the angels to make the connection with the right person. If you do know this person well, then take a few moments to think of them, remembering how they look or how it feels to be in their company as well as acknowledging their current situation. Ask the angels to surround this individual with healing energy and provide them with the love and support required to facilitate a process of spiritual transformation.
Picture this person surrounded by angels of healing. Each angel has a special gift to bring. Some may cheer and comfort; some may offer protection while others may bathe this individual with golden rays of healing light. If there is physical illness or disease, imagine the light creating balance and harmony throughout the body. If there is emotional distress, the light calms and brightens the emotions and brings a new sense of hope. If this person is recovering from an accident, imagine the angels using the light to disperse the fear and shock that may surround them and picture all breaks, sprains, burns or bruises healing rapidly.
Do your best to be as detached about the outcome as possible. When you are engaged in absent healing, it is not always possible to receive direct confirmation of effectiveness. Be content to send healing thoughts, ask for the help of the angels, and trust that the person in question will receive some healing or comfort. The form that this healing may take will vary and so will the results. All we can do is ask for the angels to intervene, send our loving thoughts and surrender to the will of the divine. If there is any practical support to be offered, you will be guided to do so.
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#2 Comment from mhicollynEntry Author 7/2/05 9:55 AM Permalink
I think I know that person very well...hehehe..tnx :)
#1 Comment from mhiarc 7/2/05 1:00 AM Permalink
I have a friend who has this angelic face. She's overflowing with peace and calmness.. specially when she's wearing white blouse.. basta wag lang syang mag-tiger look.

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