In many videos concerning the Casa of Dom Inacio, we can see Joao de Deus cutting abdomens, scratching the eyes with a knife, performing surgery on the skull with spiritual anesthesia and asepsis.
He gives us the proof that spirit transcends matter and that faith creates an energetic field in which everything is possible.
This is the tip of the iceberg. Much of what is happening is far beyond what we can see with the naked eye.
With the passing of time, we can feel that love makes us humble. If we wish, we can also develop detachment, service, respect of others and life, and compassion. They are the fruits of the opening to the world from the heart.
Perseverance is necessary! Sometimes, we have to go through deserts: deserts of sand, rocks or ice. We go on walking with courage and, one day, we notice that there is a new landscape.
Thus we move forward on our path of Light. We create it with each one of our footsteps.
The field of consciousness becomes wider. We may discover new perspectives and get a better understanding of ourselves and others, of our wound and others’ wound: a new way of thinking, speaking, acting and living!
An incredible chance is offered us: to transform our wound into love and creativity.
Our greatest richness is concealed in our deepest wound.
Mahatma Gandhi, the apostle of non-violence, had been a very quick-tempered young man.
Ludwig Van Beethoven, this genius of music, was dumb…
It is important to identify our wound and accept it. Acceptation is the first step towards its healing and transformation.
The closer we approach our divine identity, the more clearly the meaning of our life appears to us. We can incarnate our soul more fully and the dynamic of our life becomes richer and more intense.
Each one of us, according to our own possibility, is responsible for the coherence and harmony of this world.