Hundreds of people arrive each day — sometimes more than a thousand — and the main language spoken at the Casa and in the village is Portuguese.
Traveling alone can mean that much of your time is spent becoming familiar with Abadiania, the Casa and its various procedures and protocols. With a guide your time is focused on your specific healing needs and you are able to relax and enjoy the entire journey. Being part of a group is a wonderful experience, stories are shared, a support system is forged and lifelong friends are made.
People find their concern extending to others in the group and that love and compassion opens them up to greater healing themselves. While some guides bring groups of 20, 30 or even more people, we choose to guide small groups, making your journey more personal and fulfilling.
We approach guiding with open hearts, deep dedication and sincere caring for each person. Rick and our surrogate granddaughter, Priscylla, gathering sweet ciriguela fruits way up the tree.
I returned from my first visit to the Casa and began spending hours a day at the computer writing. I showed one of my previous books and the manuscript for this book to Martin, one of the team of translators, during my second visit to the Casa.
Time For a Change , and the new manuscript to John of God. Yes, you can write this book.
Visit Abadiania Web Portal for more information about Mediumship, and John of God. The Guidebook to John of God focuses on helping you prepare and travel safely and securely to Brazil. It also provides a thorough understanding of John of God.
I scribbled notes as I listened to voices giving me information to include — then did my best to decipher those notes later and transcribe them accurately. The book also contains personal anecdotes. John of God healed me of severe chemical sensitivities that caused life-threatening anaphylactic shock episodes and cured me of breast cancer.