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Like many others, I am extremely suspicious when I hear of religious healing. I think of naive people receiving faith evanglho with tragic consequences if they stop taking their medicine, or even worse, never see a doctor. Therefore, I wanted to visit a Spiritist healing center to determine their process and what they actually provide. The town is about four hours by car from Rio de Janeiro. We came to a cozy little town, with much of the colonial architecture still intact.
In the hotel room, I thought of why I had wanted to come. Which translates roughly and without the correct accents, etc. That this blessing brasill occur again after almost years must mark doracao beginning of an important era. Learn more about Spiritism and how we are all immortal souls who travel through life after life in our quest coracwo become a perfect being — read Spiritism — The 3rd Revelation. One significant distinction to bear in mind, whereas the cures of the ancient times were done alone, according to the Doctrine of Spiritism, cures today is hand in brazil with medical science.
If you are under treatment for an affliction, you are supposed to remain in treatment. You should not abandon the treatment given to you by your physician. Spiritual cures are there to both supplement and thereby hasten your recovery, or in some cases to facilitate recovery when brasik treatment has been ineffective. On the other hand, in my case for example, I have a bad back, I have gone to doctors, who have done nothing to help, and chiropractors, who are excellent in adjusting me, when I have problems.
I went to the Spiritual center to see what help I could find. I went to see what is happening and how it is done. Vo will leave co to others to determine the effectiveness of Spiritual healing in a Spiritist center. Organizacao Paracientifica Adolfo Fritz. The center is called, the Para-scientific Organization of Adolfo Fritz. Para-scientific; it means an accessory to science, hence not yet a science but hopes to be one someday. The medium who applies, or channels the energy of Dr. Fritz is Chico Monteiro.
His Facebook page is at: Fritz said that he had been born in Munich. His father suffered from asthma and a doctor recommended that he move to a place with a better climate, so the family moved to Poland when the boy was only four years old. One month before graduating, a general came into his office with his daughter in his arms, and despite his efforts, Fritz could not save her. The officer accused Fritz of her death and had him put in jail, where he suffered all sorts of tortures.
He escaped from the jail coarcao fled to Estonia, where evangeoho lived from until his death in Exhaustive research has found no mention of a doctor with any of those names in German records.
Fritz himself, in order to preserve his true identity. Skeptics insist that the psychic surgeons themselves have invented the entity. I have seen other biographies, with more detail, on Portuguese language web sites.
But the above evangelhi all I could find in English. I would like to point out, that spirits have communicated with us at many times and in many locations using a pseudonym. For example, Andre Luiz, who has inspired many books with Francisco C. Xavier, also uses a pseudonym. Many of their members have gone for assistance. I was instructed to look up the organization on the internet and then register myself. I entered my name, date of birth, and the aliments that I wished to have investigated.
No request of money of any kind were made, a Spiritist organization would not request payment.
I need to point out that the Organization we went to is not a Spiritist center, but one created by a talented medium that exists on it own. Other Spiritist has used their services and found good results.
According to the Doctrine of Spiritism, to ask for money for services gifted by the spirits is wrong. I arrived at an old industrial building. There was evngelho efficient check-in line staffed by volunteers.
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I gave my name and a sheet of paper with my ailments and basic data was printed out. I was directed to wait on some wooden benches to wait coeacao my name was called. The building was aged but clean. Inside was spacious and full of places to sit. Outside, people were selling snacks and other small items. There must have been around muhdo hundred people in attendance and around fifteen volunteers. Periodically, people would be called by an attendant, who by the way was very professional.
He had the perfect balance of directing people while simultaneously appearing extremely caring. I waited my turn.
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The people around me were a various group, old, young, male and female. Talking to some, I found out they were here to coracal with a pregnancy, vision problems, braail in healing various wounds, which did not seem to want to repair themselves, even with modern medical methods. All of the problems that people have. Suddenly I was called. I walked into a room, constructed as a stand-alone hall inside the old warehouse building.
In the hall, there were many hospital-like gurneys, no wheels, lined up two in each row, with about six to eight rows. On each gurney sat two people. We sat sitting up facing a desk where volunteers were working. There were probably thirty people on the gurneys. Older people who had trouble walking sat in chairs along the side of the walls. The hall was filled with blue light.
It had a very calming atmosphere. Everything was perfectly clean. In front of us, for everyone was facing the same direction, were Chico Monteiro and his staff of volunteers. First they collected the pieces of paper that we carried with us. Next, I saw them look at the pieces of papers one by one, and then a volunteer would staple something to each paper. On and on it went as they discussed each form.
After the stapling noise subsided, Chico pattria at us and he proceeded directly to the back of the room. As I was facing forward, I could hear muffled talking, but nothing that I could understand.
Finally, Chico appeared in front of me. He looked at me and then held my hand with one of his hands and with his other hand touched his fingers to the inside of my elbow. I felt a small electrical shock. Next, we waved his hands over my entire head and made, what seemed a sign of the cross directly in front of my face.
He then moved his hands over my head and around my chest.
All the while, another pztria, standing behind me, slightly pulled down my collar. Suddenly, he put his hand on my chest and I felt a small bit of pressure.
Not performing the same motions, but always working fast and seemingly he concentrated on the areas where people had described their aliments. When he finished with the entire group, the volunteers handed out our original pieces of paper with the names of suggested medicine we should consider purchasing from any pharmacy, or talk with our doctor about the suggestions, to help with our complaints.
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Also stapled to the paper was the name of a book Essencia Vibracional, translated to Vibrational Essence, which we could buy on the premise. Sales of the book and the donation box that I mubdo close to the check-in were the only visible means of supporting the work of the center. The entire process took about minutes to complete. When I left the room, the people who exited with me, noticed small scratch marks on their skin. A person next to me pointed at my chest and said I had blood on my chest.
I looked down and I had a small circle of congealed blood exactly where Chico placed his hands on my chest. I had not felt any pain whatsoever. The process, as told to me, is that Chico goes from patient to patient and then hrasil the assistance of spirits, the patient is injected with the required vibrational fluids to assist the patient with whatever is concerning them. This seems similar to the concept of passes, whereby a person, with a spirit standing behind them, transfers energy to you to replace the energy that you have lost through stress or other causes.
After the procedure, I talked to some of the other participants. We all compared are scratches and wounds. Then one lady told me about her brother.
Her brother is a Spiritist and he comes to the clinic often. One of the spirits who works through Chico likes her brother, therefore when Chico comes up to him; Chico always evangelhho on a message. Then one day, the spirit passed on a joke to her brother. At least it points out that the spirit world has a sense of humor. The premise of the movie is that when you die, you are sent to a type of corporate run heaven.