Spiritual Healing by John of God

John of God’s Free clinics at the Casa de Dom Inácio de Loyola – Abadiania, Goias, Brazil
 
For John of God—or as he is known in Abadiânia, Medium João— the realization of his gift was accompanied by years of persecution and lawsuits for practicing medicine without a license. That didn’t stop him from his mission—to aid anyone who requested it, free of charge—and as time passed and he managed to help such high-profile politicians as the president of Peru and the mayors of assorted Brazilian towns, he was accepted and even protected, treated as a national treasure.

Read more: http://www.oprah.com/spirit/Spiritual-Healer-John-of-God-Susan-Casey#ixzz1WF8QNBIb

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Perhaps because I am trained in spiritual direction and a minister (currently pastoring a Presbyterian Church) and a writer, I tend to write about the Mystical, explore human connectedness, and oh yes, I often add a touch of England (where I was born and raised). The Ten Yen adult mystical series will soon have three published novels in the collection, with another book in the works. To learn more about me, my work, and my books, visit www.christinastclair.com
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