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GUIDE to the Casa de Dom Inácio - INTRODUCTION

Brazil’s Casa de Dom Inácio is the healing center of world-renowned João Teixeira da Faria, who is unquestionably one of the most powerful spiritual healers living today. João de Deus (John of God), as he is affectionately known, has devoted his life to mediumship. Through him, spirit entities minister to the multitudes who come in search of a cure.

Australia’s Robert Pellegrino-Estrich brought João to the attention of English-speaking people with the publication of his book The Miracle Man in 1997. Since then, thousands have visited the Casa from Australia, New Zealand, the USA, Canada, South Africa, and Great Britain.

The Casa is a mecca for healing on many levels. João incorporates over 30 entities who were physicians, theologians, therapists, and notable figures in their lifetimes. João sits in-entity (unconscious, taken over, or "overshadowed," by an entity from the spiritual plane) scans you, sees what you need, and uses various healing methods to help with your healing. He receives all who queue to see him. No matter how long the lines, no one is turned away, even if consultations must continue well into the night. As many as 3000 per day have come. At this writing, due to the depressed Brazilian economy, 150-300 is typical. There is no charge for attending the Casa sessions and consulting the entities. However, following a course of treatment at the Casa usually involves auxillary items which cost money (see 24 & 27).

Healing is a personal and transformative process which generally unfolds over a period of time. Your healing may be physical, emotional, mental, spiritual – or all of these. Some people experience almost immediate healing; others recover over time, and some may require subsequent visits.

Spend as much time as you can in the current rooms in meditation and prayer. Contemplate your healing and highest good. Support your healing process by maintaining a positive attitude and following the simple dietary and operation-aftercare rules.

Some of the visitors have made substantial sacrifices to manage the long journey to Abadiânia. Open your heart to them and to the divine gifts which abound in this sacred place of love and healing.

By Marilyn Penrod, JD Rabbit & Mary Lou Smith Copyright ©2000