A healing journey to John of God

by Valynda Dupré — 

As you may have seen on TV (Primetime Live, PBS, Discovery Channel, etc.), Joao de Deus has been incorporating healing energies over the last 30 years. He has assisted millions of people from all walks of life — from the famous to the poor, including members of the Dalai Lama’s staff, Shirley MacLaine, royalty, and regular folks like you and me.

John of God, as he is known in the U.S., has been an unconscious channel for more than 30 healing entities that work through him at the Casa Dom Ignacio de Loyola, in the small town of Albadiania, about 90 kilometers south of Brasilia, Brazil.

Utilizing an efficient staff of volunteers — all of whom have experienced their own healings at the Casa — John welcomes all who come to him, often seeing more than 1,000 people in a day.

While many of those who have been healed are grateful to John for his work, he takes no credit for the healings … rather he gives all the credit to God working through him, which he believes demonstrates that this power is available to all of us.

John states that “forgiveness is a key to all healing” and that we must “forgive everyone and everything in our lives so that we can heal through the power of love.”

The Casa recommends that all first-time visitors be accompanied by a Casa-certified tour guide, who has been trained to arrange, assist and facilitate their healing journey. After their initial visit, they can return as they are called, individually or with a group.

If you face challenges, John of God may be able to help, as he has been successful with numerous physical ailments, as well as mental, emotional and spiritual healings. Some make their visit as an inner spiritual journey and to assist in holding the healing space for those who come in need.

 

Valynda Dupré is a Casa-certified tour guide, Reiki master-teacher, life coach and transformational healer specializing in inner-child healing and emotional release work.  Gentle Truth Healing, 602-765-1109.

Reprinted from AzNetNews, Volume 25, Number 5, October/November 2006.

 

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