The Book of Miracles is a firsthand, inspiring account of the daily miracles of healing that have taken place at the Casa de Dom Inacio in the interior of Brazil. One of the world's most famous healers, Joao de Dues (John of God), cares for hundreds and sometimes thousands of people daily, usually at eh Casa and occasionally in other parts of Brazil. Over the past four decades he has treated millions of people! Numerous cures of cancer, AIDS, blindness, asthma, drug addiction and other physical problems as well as psychological and spiritual illnesses have occurred through his work. Joao does not take credit for these miracles. With true humility, he says he has never healed anyone, but that it is God who heals. If this is the case, Joao is a singularly powerful medium of God's work and love and an invaluable resource for those seeking healing of body, mind or spirit. The luminous and breathtaking stories within this book will stretch the beliefs of some readers, affirm and deepen the faith of others. All will receive empowering information for their own personal healing. Author Josie RavenWing has one again succeeded in combining the practical and the mystical in this, her third and most exciting book yet!
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"Josie RavenWing has a B.A. in dance movement therapy and M.A. in clinical and jumanistic psychology, and had her first visionary experience when she was about ten months old. This set her on a lifelong journey of spiritual exploration and discovery. In the early 1970s, she began her work in the field of human development as an innovative pioneer of dance therapy and holistic healing. She also started exploring shamanistic traditions, which she has incorporated into her work since that time. At Antioch University in Seattle, she developed and taught sources in the first Holistic Health graduate program in the U.S. During that same period, her growing concern about women’s issues and self-esteem inspired her to organize one of Seattle’s first women’s support groups and later led her to create a variety of workshops and retreats to meet women’s needs for spiritual exploration and growth. RavenWing continued to expand her work. Throughout several decades as a psychotherapist, she has integrated Western theory with spiritual, shamanistic and hands-on healing practices of many cultures. Described as a "practical visionary" by author Joan Borysenko, she applies her grounded, ongoing synthesis in counseling work with individuals and as an accomplished workshop leader. She has lectured at college campuses and national conferences and offered her seminars and workshops throughout the United States and abroad since the 1980’s. She has also been widely interviewed by the media, including radio and television, and has had a number of articles published in various newspapers and magazines. More recently, Josie has spent a great deal of time within the spiritual healing cultures of Brazil. Her own effectiveness as a healing facilitator has been enhanced greatly by her exposure to and involvement in Brazilian healing practices, which she has creatively incorporated into her work. RavenWing’s creativity also expresses itself in her song writing, poetry, ceremonial leadership and spiritual dance choreography. In addition to this book, she has written two others: The Return of Spirit: A Woman’s Call to Spiritual Action and A Season of Eagles. Josie presently divides much of her time between the U.S. and Brazil, where she continues to learn and to take groups for healing and spiritual work."
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