"Beloved Lord, Almighty God, through the rays of the sun, through the waves of the air, through the all-pervading life in space: purify and revivify me (or insert name), and heal my (or her/his) body heart and soul"

Hazrat Pir-o-Murshid Inayat Khan

Do you feel drawn to a practice of praying individually for others, or sending them healing light? SufiPaths.net is trying out a home prayer circle. Here is a private list of names of persons who have given permission to be prayed for confidentially (specific how-to suggestions below). If you wish to join us in sending divine healing and blessings to others in times of need, you may concentrate on these names while focusing on the divine Healing Power, directed by your compassionate intention and love. (If you feel moved to add a name to the list, or update us on anyone’s progress, please give me a call or text at 707-484-0573.)

Please do not disclose to ANYONE that you saw these names on this list. There’s no reason to. See #4 below.

Tamam Kahn
Yasmin Germaine Haut
Taflyn Wilshsinsky
Donna Duncan
Ben Abrams
Shiela Prone
Bruce Wadsworth
Nizamuddin R.
Diane Budo
Huzur Nawaz Coughlin
Norma Jones (Gayatree’s mum in the UK) YA SALAAM!
Noel Hale (of Potter Valley, Carol’s husband)
Halim Geoff Carter

In addition, several Sufi healing circles are meeting on a regular basis in our area, joining together to send light and blessings to people in need of healing; check out the ongoing calendar and the Khankah SAM listings

Importantly, our online healing list — for friends and members of the local Sufi community — is offered with several understandings:

  2. We focus only on the great power of healing, directed through us, to these individuals. We speak or breathe their full names — as these are the sound-resonances by which the divine power may connect with them, wherever they are and whatever their condition.
  3. We recognize that these people have asked, or consented, to be on a Prayer List — either personally, or by email through another healing conductor.
  4. We do not seek or share information on what sort of problem they are dealing with. If we know them, we do not concentrate on their problem, and we do not talk with them about it unless they bring it up. We hold them in the Light, and visualize them in perfect health as God may will.
  5. We pray in any form we choose; we may light a candle, ask silently or aloud, or recite (for example ‘Ya Shafee, Ya Kafee’ or the prayer Nayaz (at at the top of this page) — as you may feel guided. More suggestions here
  6. We focus on the divine purpose, not on the outcomes or results we may personally desire.