Those in Need of Healing

The Theosophical Order of Service (TOS) Healing Network was started in 1990. Originally started in Houston Texas, the first director of the network was Virginia Sylvester and it was called the “Houston Branch Healing Network.” It allowed people from all over the nation to leave messages of those in need of healing.

The healing ceremony followed was the “Ritual Invoking the Healing Angels” from Geoffrey Hodson’s book The Brotherhood of Angels and Men. As many people know, Geoffrey Hodson was a clairvoyant, a healer, and worked with the angelic realm. His books are still available online after more than thirty years since his passing and the ritual remains popular with many different healing groups.

By 1993, there were close to fifty healing circles around the country who regularly met to perform the ritual, providing healing to the names sent to the line. Today, the TOS continues the Healing Network under the direction of Diane Eisenberg. But with the help of technology, names can be sent via email, phone, or through our website. This has allowed the TOS groups from various countries to share names of loved ones so healing is continuous for those in need.

We hope you will take advantage of the Healing Network especially at this time either by providing names of those in need, or by performing the ritual in your own home. Practitioners state that performing the ritual gives them a sense of calmness that they feel they pass onto others. And those receiving healing have found that they feel a sense of serenity which strengthens their body’s own natural healing abilities.

The healing ritual is one form of service that we can provide to others. Given the extraordinary power of love and compassion, perhaps all our healing energy can help heal the planet! We can only hope.

To give names for healing, either fill out the form on our website, leave names by phone at 1-800-838-2179 or email Diane Eisenberg at

We look forward to hearing from you.

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