Chico Xavier: An Extraordinary Channel In Brazil, dead people write books. Not only do they write books, they sell them. Many fly off the shelves. The process is called psicografía or psychography, also known in English as
Abolishing the Concept of Mental Illness: Rethinking the Nature of Our Woes by Richard Hallam, PhD Rethinking Woes In this timely publication (2018), Richard Hallam – a British clinical psychologist – questions the main tenets
Collaborative Mental Health Therapy: A Book Review This book explores a living collaboration between a traditional Mãori healer in New Zealand and a clinical psychiatrist. Mãori healer, Wiremu NiaNia outlines the key concepts that are
It’s in the Original Mission Both Spiritism and Spiritualism believe that the spirit world exists and spirits have an impact on human beings. The impact may be positive or negative, informative or deceptive. Both Spiritism
In 2001 I was introduced to the phenomenal healer, John of God, at his healing center in Abadiania, Brazil. I was there on a mission: a paraplegic friend of mine wanted to know if John
“The Cardinal” by E. Grutzner, 1846-1925? Spiritual Teachers and Spiritual Emergence Those on a path of spiritual emergence, seeking spiritual growth, often assume that their spiritual teachers are leading lives committed to helping others. Why?
[The following reflection on spiritualism may be of interest in the wake of the scandal around João Teixera de Faria, known as John of God, a world-renowned, sensational, spiritualist healer in Brazil who was recently