Chronarchy (chronarchy) wrote,
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Healing Prayer to the Shining Ones

Written last night, a prayer for healing. I've left it blank for names and pronouns, though the original includes "me" in all those optional places, even though that's just a writing convention I tend to us when writing prayers. It was actually written for someone else.

Shining Ones,
Your light stretches far,
Bright and holy,
Showering blessings like waters from heaven.

Spread your arms wide,
Embrace _____ warmly,
Let your light shine forth,
Blessings out and down,
Rolling over [him/her]
Brightening [his/her] body and soul.

Shine upon ____.
Heal [him/her].
Make [him/her] bright with your touch.
Esti.
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