I Do Not Heal, God is the One Who Heals: A Tribute to John of God
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(Oct 05, 2006)
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I loved the film "I Do Not Heal, God is the One Who Heals". I actually had the same feeling of Divine Love while watching it as I did while in the presence of John of God.
---Wayne Dyer, PhD., author of the Power of Intention and 29 other books
John of God, a psychic medium, does extraordinary spiritual healing. See the insider's view of his work narrated by a "daughter of his House" and produced by an award-winning documentary filmmaker.
Since 1960 John of God has been helping people who come to him in Brazil to heal from AIDS, cancer, and every kind of emotional and/or physical disorder----all at no charge.
People come from all over the world to consult with him. The vast majority have profound spiritual experiences. Some receive their healing through meditation and prayer, others through psychic or etheric surgery-a small percent choose a physical intervention. Those having physical surgeries do not experience pain, and there is little bleeding. Numbers of physicians have studied John's work, and reported on its authenticity.
"For thousands of years the priesthood held and carried the Way. It is now time to share the ancient mystical knowledge, so that everyone may benefit." - Native American Elders
John of God shares his knowledge through the healing protocols at his center: drinking blessed water, eating blessed soup, purifying oneself in a sacred waterfall, receiving energy through crystals, sharing fraternity in community, meditating and praying.
Although John incorporates and channels spirits, he says, "My mission is to respect God". His message is ecumenical, and he generously extends himself to everyone who comes to him: all races, all cultures and all religions, rich and poor.
The relationship between spirituality and wellness is made clear. The importance of addressing possession and exorcism is illuminated. Viewers experience what happens when you consult John of God at his center in Brazil, the Casa de Dom Ignacio.
Narrator: Emma Bragdon, PhD. (psychology) has been deeply engaged with ancient spiritual practices for 40 years. She has been researching metaphysics in Brazil since 2001. She is the author of four books, "Spiritual Alliances," about John of God, "Kardec's Spiritism", about spiritualist centers in Brazil, "Spiritism and Mental Health" and "Resources for Extraordinary Healing". She has been a guide for people seeking healing from John of God since 2001 and also leads health professionals on special tours to visit Spiritist Hospitals in Brazil.
Laurance Rockefeller provided the seed money for this film project.
50% of the proceeds from sale are being donated to the Casa de Dom Ignacio to maintain its healing sanctuary.
For more information: http://www.johnofgodfilm.com/
Format:- DVD-R, (NTSC)
in English with Brazilian Portuguese, German and French subtitles.
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"I have come to the realization that there are beings in the next dimension - call them what you will - but there are beings who help mankind who are so compassionate that they actively assist people who have the gift of mediumship to direct energy into what is known as the etheric body, which is then reflected into the physical body and thus healing takes place," Johann Grobler, M.D. explains, adding that it is important to recognize that we are multi-dimensional beings.
Narrator Emma Bragdon, Ph.D. explains that John of God enters an altered state of consciousness and then channels various spirit entities, who do the healing. One of them is St. Ignatius Loyola. Occasionally, St. Francis of Assisi comes through, but most of the entities are names not known to the general public. John of God is interviewed and gives all the credit to "the good spirits." He says that St. Rita Cascia appeared to him at age nine "in a cloud" and gave him advance notice of a disaster about to happen in his village. He has been the vehicle for healing by the spirits for more than 40 years.
The video shows people from many countries gathering at the serene settings of the Casa de Dom Inacio and going through the healing experience. Matthew Ireland talks about being cured of an inoperable brain tumor. Diana Cortez, who overcame an eye disorder, says that she could feel entities all around her. Dorothy Cooke, a clairvoyant medium who assists at the Casa, states that she can see spiritual beings sitting in the room as the healing takes place.
I don't need to see it with my own eyes to believe it. The eyes of the people interviewed said it for me. John of God is for real.
This film also does a very good job of explaining the basics of the Casa to those not familiar with it. The addition of a just a little extra information would make this the perfect comprehensive introduction to the Casa -- just a minute or two more about the visible surgeries (the forms they commonly take, the fact that there is little or no pain and no infection) and also a little more about the invisible surgeries (the fact that sometimes when people go home their doctors find internal stitches, that people need at least 24 hours to physically recuperate from these surgeries which demonstrates the physical reality of these invisible procedures, etc.). The choice of music was great throughout the film and set the right tone.
I especially liked the footage of Dorothy Cooke, whom I was privileged to meet at the Casa. I was pleased that one of the hiden treasures of the Casa got this attention. Everything she said about the Casa and about spiritual life was expressed so clearly, straightforwardly, and with the strength of personal realization.