ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Blyth Patel, 88 years old, born on June 11, 1932, and passed away on January 22, 2021. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Helen Schulman on April 3, 2021
Blyth Gilmour Patel was a highly spiritual person who was deeply loved by all who new her. She once had a psychic reading by a psychic named Craig Junjulas from Clearwater, Florida in which she was told that anyone who passes her by in life will be deeply helped for the better. As her friend of 51 years, I saw that to always be true. All who came to know her loved her deeply and she gave a lot of love to them which helped heal their spirits.

When she was younger, she became an Episcopalian nun. The Mother Superior of the Convent wanted her to be the next Mother Superior because of her charismatic loving nature. However, she decided this wasn't the right path for her, so she left the convent. Years later, she went into the path of yoga and had her own yoga center in mid-Manhattan, New York. During this time she did spiritual counselling with many of her students. She spent time in India during the 1970's and wherever she went she was much loved by all who came to know her. She is very much missed by all who knew her and we pray that her spirit is in a happy place with her loved ones who passed on before her.

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Posted by Helen Schulman on April 3, 2021
Blyth Gilmour Patel was a highly spiritual person who was deeply loved by all who new her. She once had a psychic reading by a psychic named Craig Junjulas from Clearwater, Florida in which she was told that anyone who passes her by in life will be deeply helped for the better. As her friend of 51 years, I saw that to always be true. All who came to know her loved her deeply and she gave a lot of love to them which helped heal their spirits.

When she was younger, she became an Episcopalian nun. The Mother Superior of the Convent wanted her to be the next Mother Superior because of her charismatic loving nature. However, she decided this wasn't the right path for her, so she left the convent. Years later, she went into the path of yoga and had her own yoga center in mid-Manhattan, New York. During this time she did spiritual counselling with many of her students. She spent time in India during the 1970's and wherever she went she was much loved by all who came to know her. She is very much missed by all who knew her and we pray that her spirit is in a happy place with her loved ones who passed on before her.
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