Healing Of Brazil & Peru Is Topic Of CHEO Meeting On June 24

Wednesday, June 13, 2012
The public is welcome to attend the free monthly CHEO meeting on Sunday, June 24, from 2-4 p.m. at Eastgate Mall. The topic will be "Healing of Brazil and Peru."

The first presenter will be Terri Brower, R.N., Ph.D.,  education, professor emeritus of Auburn University School of Nursing and University of Miami School of Nursing, with the topic of "Healing of Brazil: John of God."

Dr. Brower has been to Abadiania, Brazil, where John of God does his healing work, 13 times over a period of years, and she is trained in this type of healing.

She also worked with him at the Omega Institute in New York when he was there recently. John of God has been featured on Oprah and is mentioned often by Wayne Dyer when he recently had luekemia and went to John of God for healing and has successfully recovered.

The second presenter will be Stephen Feely, Shaman and instructor at the Four Winds Society, which trains shamans, with the topic "Spiritual Healing Methods of the Native People of the Peruvian Andes."

Mr. Feely is a practicing shaman, and he is now training others as shamans. There are many types of shamans, depending on the culture from which they come. The Four Winds Society teaches the shamanic healing methods of the native people of the Andes in Peru.

For more information, contact Donna McMillan, CHEO president, at 629-1935, or DMReiki@yahoo.com. 

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