the Entity prescribe surgery for you, you will have a chance to volunteer
for visible surgery at a subsequent assembly-hall program. Both visible
and invisible procedures are equally effective; which you choose is a
matter of personal preference. You may be disqualified from visible surgery
if you are under 18, over 53, diabetic, epileptic, have high or low blood
pressure, are undergoing chemotherapy or radiation treatments, have a
heart condition, etc. You also may be required to stay in Brazil longer
a day or several, occasionally more then a week if you have
visible surgery. Volunteers will be queried about this. Those who do not
qualify will be given invisible surgery.
volunteer, or several from amongst those who qualify, will receive a
visible operation before the audience which will be videotaped by the
house photographer, and perhaps by others as well. Video cameras capture
all visible operations, as well as other aspects of each session. These
videos are available for purchase (see 30).
for invisible surgery are led, as a group, into the operating room,
where they sit awaiting their treatment. During this brief period, with
your eyes closed, concentrate on the part or aspect of yourself to be
healed, placing the right hand on the area(s) or, if more extensive
or systemic, place your right hand on your heart.
may feel sensations like tingling or fingers gently manipulating certain
areas of the body; others feel no physical sensations. Both experiences
are normal. After a short while in silence, you will be told to exit
through the door to the outside.
surgery photos were discontinued by the entities in 2005.