Miracle Healings? I Ask You

Last week I experienced this at the Omega Institute: A huge tent filled with 1,200-1,400 people all dressed in white, many in wheelchairs, many children with deformities or no hair from chemo, all quietly sitting waiting for their line to be called to file in front of John of God, who was in a neighboring building. We went through this process twice a day, resulting in John of God seeing almost 3,000 people each of the four days he was at Omega. After seeing John of God, some walked away from wheelchairs for the first time in years and others threw away crutches.

There was real peace and quiet over the entire group at all times. Given the population of very sick people the lack of histrionics and complaining was astonishing and touching. Ambulances drove up with people in stretchers and the caretakers quietly pushed the stretchers along in line, and mothers and fathers carried their sick babies in their arms, without much need to quiet them. Friends who came to support those sick from chemo, held their weak friends’ as support while walking slowly forward when their line was called. All proceeded within an aura of quiet, hope and gratitude.

John of God–Joao Teixeira in regular life–was 14 when he fainted in front of a priest. He was living under an underpass and was desperate with hunger and deprivation when he went to the priest for food. When he came to in the church he was embarrassed that he had fainted and thought that he had only been out for a few minutes. No, the priest told him, four hours had passed and he had healed 30 people in the congregation!

It is now 52 years later and Joao Teixeira has been giving healings since that moment. He primarily works in Brazil out of a clinic housed over a crystal mine, and people go to him from all over the world. He makes a few rare visits to other parts of the world, and in the United States he works through the Omega Institute.

How does he heal? His official Web site notes that Joao Teixeira (John of God), who has no formal medical training, gives over his consciousness and incorporates the spirits of past doctors and saints. The entities–ascended masters–take over Joao’s body and give healings to all who present themselves in front of him. After the healing lines are over, Joao is jolted back into his own consciousness.

At the Omega Institute last week, we were dressed in white so the spirit entities can see the blocks and disorders more clearly, and we are told that many illnesses are in our spiritual body and are just manifesting in our physical body, so much of the healing is done on that plain.

MRIs done on people who have been healed by John of God show sutures when no “real” operation has occurred. I met many people there who have had their cancer disappear after treatments with John of god.

For me, the first time I went in front of John of God, a year ago, I came home and went to sleep for hours. I woke up with a feeling that my eyes had been overhauled. Given that there is macular degeneration in my family, I was relieved. This year I didn’t have an “intervention,” a more radical healing experience guided by the entities like I had the year before, but I felt a profound healing in my brain, for which I was also very grateful, given I was chemically poisoned by pesticides and have had neurological symptoms ever since. The healing felt deep and complete. Throughout my experience at the John of God event I felt a very high vibrational presence.

So I ask you: Are John of God’s healings “miracle healings”? Have you had any experiences along these lines? Know of others who gives this type of “miracle” healing? Please share them if you have.


Michael H.
Mike H4 years ago

I see miracles everyday. For example a butterfly is a miracle.

Mary Beth M.
MaryBeth M6 years ago

I guess I can only say that God works in mysterious ways...why are some healed and others not? That could be a long discussion, but the ultimate answer is we don't know. Miracles no doubt do occur, just not for everyone seeking one.

Teresa P.
Teresa P7 years ago

Wonderful story. Thanks for sharing.

Melissa Verduzco
.7 years ago

Very interesting article!!!
Thank you!!!

Aleksandra Stelmach

I believe that miracle healings are possible.

Joyce N.
Joyce N7 years ago

Indeed Jesus does use earthly vessels to work miracles here on earth, and yes, it does take faith in that belief. We can ask God for a healing, not receive it, and get discouraged. That's why Jesus said, "When two or more ask in My name", thus the faith healers.

Ellinor S.
Ellinor S7 years ago

I think he is very interesting.

Irina Brenner
Irina Brenner8 years ago

From Echo Healing center in Greenly CO :"Light encircles thrice around
Let naught unclean within be found
Let the light converge and the sphere be sealed"
Let all who's in this light be healed.

Nightcat Mau
Nightcat Mau8 years ago

These healings certainly work. Of course they use Divine power. Maybe one day science will catch up and explain this, but now I'm very happy to call them miracles.

andrea n.
Andi n8 years ago

i would like to add to my previous comment, that everyone involved in the healings, mainly the pastor, wanted to make it very clear that HE wasn't the one doing anything... that Jesus was healing THROUGH him. he made sure not to take any credit himself.... but he also wrote a book about his life, i will have to go double check the name of it if anyone is interested, but he is pretty amazing