Do you ever ask yourself, “What is my life’s mission?” A worthy question in my humble opinion.
I ask myself on a regular basis. Sometimes, the answer seems very concrete–actionable, if you will. And, sometimes, it is etheric–seemingly abstract and intangible in the day-to-day of living. I asked myself again today.
I am recently returned from Abadiania, Brazil where I spent the week with John of God. Undergoing a spiritual surgery, I am in the middle of the forty day integration period. As my guide from this trip, Vinicius Turki (see Trips To John of God) reminded me, the “work” is done after the spiritual intervention–during this forty day cycle where my choices determine how much of the entity’s transmission is able to integrate into my being. Continue reading “Life’s Mission–John of God”
It’s that time… the last day of our spiritual adventure with John of God and Casa de Dom Inacio. Here we sit, in Frutti’s, sipping our cool drinks on a “96 degrees in the shade” day and letting the culmination of the journey integrate.
Yesterday morning, I went to the Casa de Dom Inacio prepared to stand in the line that would allow me the opportunity to thank John of God and the entity as well as hear from the entity what my next steps would be. I thought I knew all of the possibilities that could happen…but I was surprised. Medium Joao, incorporating Dr. Augusto, came into the front meeting room (where we wait for our line to be called) to do several physical interventions. After he finished, he talked to several people (in Portuguese so I don’t have a clue what was said…just that one of the people he engaged was in tears by the time they were done) Then he looked at me and spoke to the volunteer next to me. The volunteer came directly to me and guided me into the group waiting for a spiritual intervention. Continue reading “Reflections–John of God”
What day is it? I think I may have lost track 😛 Wednesday morning, I went in for another spiritual intervention and spent the next twenty four hours in a “floaty” trance-like state. In between spaces where there was no thought, I had a couple of very interesting experiences.
First, I met my “little Bee” as she calls herself…she is part of me. She is teensy and precocious and very faery-like. Undertones in interactions “hurt” her, and she often doesn’t feel safe in this world. She took me through a series of interactions and showed me what it would have looked like if I had taken care of her and “spoken up” to clear the field of energetic undertones during different events in my life. With each acknowledgement on my part, I felt a wave of light, pulsing… energy stream through my body…
2014 has been a year of many endings for relationships in my life–some that were easy to acknowledge as no longer aligned with how I Am and am becoming and some that broke my heart even as I knew I had to let go. Later in the spiritual intervention process, this series of relationships cruised through my awareness–one right after the next. With each person, I cleared the field using ho’oponopono (see: Ho’oponopono Made Simple) and found the point of gratitude for that person. At the end of the “parade of people departed,” I heard a voice in mind say, “Be the narrator.” Continue reading “Another Day, Another Spiritual Intervention–John of God”
It’s Tuesday, and we have been here one week. Today, I complete the spiritual intervention process that began last Wednesday morning. That’s right–even though the seclusion ended after twenty four hours, the intervention continues for a full week. Then, on the seventh night (tonight,) I will make a prayer before going to sleep–in a white nightie–and the entity will complete the process. In the morning, I’ll drink a glass of the blessed water that will have been “charged” by the entity during the night.
Tomorrow I would typically go through the Revision line–eight days after spiritual intervention or first day returning to Casa de Dom Inacio. In the revision line, we go before John of God to determine if there is anything further needed to complete the spiritual intervention from the past week. However, these days folks in the revision line are given the option of volunteering for another spiritual intervention… guess what I’m going to do? Continue reading “Abadiania Update–John of God”
Sundays are quiet in Abadiania. Many leave after the last session on Friday or Saturday to catch their flight back to where ever in the world they reside. Locals, brought in large tour buses during the week, are long gone as well after the Friday afternoon session ends. Abadiania, in other words, is a sleepy village on Sunday…and Sunday is a great day to go to the Sacred Waterfall 😉
Located “down the dirt road” from the Casa de Dom Inacio, the Sacred Waterfall is known for spontaneous healings that occur under its very, very cold current–a place where entities like to “chill” and offer assistance to those of us that get permission from John of God to make the trek. Continue reading “A Sacred Waterfall Day in Abadiania–John of God”
Yesterday was the final day of the Casa series for the week. Alan was just coming out from his seclusion from a spiritual intervention so we did crystal beds (“banhos de cristal”) in the morning and joined the Current (“Corrente”) room to meditate during the afternoon session. The crystal bed for me was a blissed trance state lasting for forty minutes. No words–just deeply relaxed in a total sense of well-being. Sweet, right?
Day two disappeared into post-spiritual intervention seclusion. Let me tell you about it, shall I?
The Casa was overflowing yesterday (Wednesday) morning, all of us eager and excited in the already very warm October day. John of God invites people who feel the call to come in for a spiritual intervention now without having to stand before him and receive a directive…though, of course, this is still an option. It’s all about following the inner voice of guidance. I was in the revision line, and when they called for people in my line to volunteer for a spiritual intervention, I felt the call 😀
My requests for this spiritual intervention were:
to embody love and live the miracle
to heal damages done to spine and spinal cord through injuries and surgeries
to heal autoimmune conditions, type 1 diabetes and hashimoto’s
Life got us to Abadiania safe and sound. Tired and perhaps a little ragged around the edges after twenty-four hours of travel…safe and sound, though, nonetheless.
My blood sugars started dropping on the flight from Miami to Brasilia, and–by the time–we touched ground and climbed into the taxi for the hour and half drive to Abadiania–I was eating Lara bars non stop and could not get my blood sugar over 57. This isn’t a new experience in Abadiania. I’m just a little more prepared this time and started dropping insulin dosages right away.
It’s been nine months since our last trip to Abadiania, Brazil. A full gestation period. As those who have been following my journey with John of God know–six visits I in the course of three years–our last trip was accentuated by a direct communion with one of the entities who works through Medium Joao, Dr. Augusto. (see: John of God Reflections) His final instruction to me before leaving Abadiania was to get myself a full physical workup with lab work upon returning home.
And I did, discovering I was on the verge of a Myxedema Coma–a life threatening condition caused by severe hypothyroidism aka my thyroid had died two years previously during an emergency surgery. (see: Still Alive and Kicking) Instead of “curing” me, Dr. Augusto set me on a path of healing far more holographic than a simple physical cure…though, at the time, I didn’t understand that. Continue reading “Preparing For Pilgramage 7 To Visit John Of God”
Sitting in Frutti’s in our familiar corner amongst now-familiar faces sipping a spicy chai latte, this is our final evening in Abadiania. The time for reflection has come. A Casa volunteer told us this morning that this past two weeks has been the busiest time EVER at Casa de Dom Inacio–thousands of people engaging the entity incorporated in Medium Joao daily. I imagine that the people who came a decade ago, or have been coming for many years, could speak eloquently about the changes within the Casa system in their time. I am only three years into this exploration; for me it is apparent that the Casa is more organized and streamlined in how the crowds are managed, and I see that the sessions last hours longer even so.
One of the first changes I noted was the intent of the Casa volunteers to keep the main meeting/waiting room quiet. “Shhhhhhhh,” they would remind the crowds when chatter created a rising hum, “Silence is prayer. Please.” I liked that. I found the silence to be a buoyant support into connection with the energies. It was in this peaceful quiet that one of the entities made direct contact with me on the first morning. (see: A Blessing Shared) A connection that transformed the experience for me. Continue reading “Final Day of Trip Six–John of God Reflections”