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Experience miraculous healer, John of God, as seen through the eyes of medium Gail Thackray who sees, feels, and hears things that most "normal" people do not. Follow Gail on her personal journey to the spiritual healing center of John of God in Brazil. Experience miraculous healings, supernatural activity, and astonishing psychic events.
Gail gives a unique view of the powerful healings that occur in this blessed place. As a medium and healer herself, Gail initially thinks she is going to "assist" in the work here. She is told by the spirits, "you can leave your ego at the door, you're here to be healed too!" She shares the personal details of her own healing which requires an intimate look at her relationships and life. As she starts to open up again, she finds her life taking unexpected twists and turns, and a budding romance appears.
It is in this quaint village in Brazil that Gail receives her most profound spiritual experience yet - a direct connection to Source. Overwhelmed with emotion, Gail asks the spirits if she can share this "feeling" with those back home. Upon returning to Los Angeles, Gail unexpectedly finds that her clients are now experiencing the healing energies from Brazil, receiving spontaneous healings through her live events and writings. The spirits in Brazil have taken Gail to a whole new level.
Spiritually empowering yet refreshingly funny, Gail takes us on her otherworldly journey while dealing with everyday issues we can relate to.
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- A Capitol Reader
So poorly read, Audible should remove from library
This isn’t a professionally produced audiobook, which makes it hard to listen to. You can hear the microphone moving, papers rustling, and there are many pauses, and some places where it seems as though sections were skipped. It is as though the author read it once and no one edited it. The content is interesting, but I would read it rather than listen to it.