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A Book of Miracles and Navigation

Now Available
When I planned to travel back to Abadiânia to visit John of God,  I knew that I had to write a comprehensive guide to the Casa to those seeking awareness, truth and healing. I got more than I bargained for, sharing my personal miracles with all of you.

The 250+ page book is available on Amazon, Kindle and other electronic formats. 
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It describes my personal experience and miracles as well as providing you with a full explanation to help you navigate your way to John of God. Below is a summary: 

  • My personal experience and miracles in Abadiânia 
  • The Call to Experience the Casa
  • Deciding How Long to Stay
  • Comprehensive Lodging Information for over 25 Pousadas (bed and breakfast type lodging) including location, descriptions, number of rooms, meal options, internet, handicap accessibility and pricing 
  • Determining whether to use a Guide or come on your own
  • A detailed map of the town, lodging, restaurant options, and local establishments
  • Booking Your Flight and Airport Information
  • Packing for Trip Checklist and Special Food you may want to Take With You
  • Airport to Abadiânia Options
  • Cuisine from a Foodies Perspective including details about local Restaurants, Cafes and Juice Bars including details about their menus
  • Local Market and where to find Organic food and produce 
  • Casa basics including an overview of the main Casa Buildings and Casa Grounds
  • Information about the Entities, Healing and why white is worn
  • About the Orbs photographed all over town 
  • What does current mean, the significance of the Triangle and the Basket
  • All about the Herbs, Spiritual Soup and Blessed Water
  • Details about the Crystal Rooms and little know facts about the Waterfall  
  • Casa Days - Protocols and Process with details on all the different lines (1st time, 2nd visit etc.) as well as information on your choices of spiritual surgeries
  • What do to on off days and after casa sessions
  • Various other daily, weekly or bi-weekly activities that most guided tours do not participate in
  • Ways that you can give of yourself and help others while in town
  • Navigating neighboring towns
  • Information on medical facilities and town services
  • Information on banks, ATM’s, money exchange and banks that you’ll want to know before you leave home
  • The basics addressed, like language barrier concerns, understanding the electricity in Brazil, Brazilian currency and weather information
  • Passport, Visa and Immunization Requirements