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In 2013, Jeff and Georgia travelled to Brazil to see a healer to help with Jeff’s cancer. On their way, they teach Hakomi in Mexico, along with Katie and Kenny.

To read chronologically, start at the bottom and read up.

Safely Home

Jeff and Georgia

 

Hello everyone,

Well, we are home once again and gratefully so.  Much has happened since my last blog and I’m not sure where to begin because the last two days of travel were a bit of a blur. So let me begin at the Casa.  The last three days in Abadiania were rich with goodbyes.  Jeff and I each had a final operation – locations unknown – and we slept for 24 hours which took us to Friday morning.  We packed Friday morning and then spent the afternoon waiting in line to see John of God for a final goodbye.  People at the Casa call it the “bye bye line” – and of course it was the last line to be called so the wait was long.  Again, a brief moment in front of this man of healing is always touching.  We took him a dozen white roses and a few little items to be blessed, including a little carved piece of arbutus from Willow.  He picked up her carving, looked at it carefully and asked what it was.  Frenk was with us and tried to explain that it was a carving from his daughter.  I’m not sure if “beings of light” know what arbutus is or what carvings are or who Willow is, but it was a very special moment for Jeff.

On Saturday at noon, Frenk arrived to have lunch with us and carry our bags to the taxi.  We said our goodbyes to him and tried to express our gratitude for his expert guidance at the Casa and in the realms of awareness.  Every once in awhile we are lucky enough to have someone come into our lives and nudge us in the right direction.  So, thanks Frank for the nudge!

On Saturday 1pm Brazilian time we started our journey home by taking a taxi to Brasilia, a 1 1/2 hour drive from Abadiania.  We slept five hours at the hotel and then took a taxi at 2am to the airport.  We arrived in Sao Paolo at 7am and our next flight left at 9:20am.  We arrived in Mexico City at 4pm.  So that was the first two legs of the journey and 3 time zones.  We set the alarms for 3am Mexico time and checked into our flight at 4am – the flight left at 7am and we arrived in Vancouver at 11am (5pm Brazil time), 6 time zones away.  Our friend Salan picked us up at international arrivals and we spent five hours talking and talking and talking (and having some lunch in the sweet spaces in between).  Our flight to Powell River landed at 5:15 and we were home at 5:30pm.  According to my calculations, our journey was 58 hours door to door, and you can imagine how we are feeling today.  A little groggy but so grateful to be home.

Our journey to Brazil is over but our healing journey is not.  We both have a lot to digest and I would like to write all of you a little later when we have had time to reflect on what has happened and also to let you know how Jeff is doing.  We are both very grateful for all the love that has been coming our way and the support at home – to Chloe who took care of our house and Yvon who took care of our boat.  We feel connected to each one of you and we send you wishes for your health, your happiness and your freedom from suffering.

With love from Powell River,

georgia

 

 

Wednesday Surprises

Room with a View
Room with a View

Hello everyone,

I’m writing to you onWednesday evening and sending you the view from our window.  We have been sent to bed once again and we will be looking out into this green valley for the next 36 hours.  I think the entities have something to tell us about staying quiet and just resting!

This morning we went past Joao and were both sent to have “crystal baths.”  Sounds really exotic and it is – there are at least a dozen rooms with a single bed and laser lights suspended over the bed.  The light is shone through crystals, seven of them, each one aimed at one of the chakras.  And you just lie very still for 20 minutes.  The effect can be quite energizing.  This time Jeff felt very exhausted and when we returned to the Casa for the afternoon sessions, he went into his third surgery.  So he will be out of touch until tomorrow evening for those family members who might be expecting a call or an email.  He is fine and ate a plate full of food that I brought to him in our room.

I went past Joao this afternoon and was told to have a third surgery tomorrow morning, so I too will be out of touch until Friday morning.  I will be tending to Jeff’s needs until tomorrow and then Frenk will take care of both of us for the remaining time.  I am very surprised that they are working on me again – I thought I was going to have an easy week but I’m also willing to do whatever is asked of me while I’m here.  They say that healing here is 25% the entities, 25% Grace and 50% me.  I’m trying to take care of my half.

Today I was in the main hall when Joao came on stage and did 2 physical surgeries and one energetic surgery.  I don’t know what to say except that I knew I was witnessing a miracle.  I have listened to many western trained physicians talking about these physical surgeries and one neurosurgeon was particularly convincing when he said that he cannot operate like Joao without pain, without infection, without anesthetics and that as a medical doctor, he feels compelled to understand what is happening.  Me too, I want to understand what is happening before my eyes.  When Joao is doing these surgeries, he is not conscious and you can see that he moves in a strange way and he looks at his assistants differently than normal and his eyes have a very profound look in them.  Today when I went past him, his eyes were turned up in the sockets as he witnessed me and gave me instructions.  It is all quite strange but not spooky at all.  Just different than anything I have experienced before.  Each entity that works through him is unique and you can get a sense of it when you are in front of him.  Sometimes you just feel an enormous love and today I felt a lot of concentrated energy.  Some people say that this place is sacred and that the veil is very thin.  That is probably true but I need to be able to bring some of this home with me – maybe just the consciousness that there are other realms and sometimes we can access them.  And I think I’m learning how to ask for help.  Sounds so simple but not for some of us!

Jeff and I are planning to leave here Saturday at noon, although Jeff is staying open to the option of staying if he gets a clear signal to do so.  If we do leave, we’ll be staying at a hotel in Brasilia on Saturday evening and then flying early early early Sunday morning to Mexico City and then home to Vancouver on Monday.  I’ll try to write one more time from here.

Thanks to each one of you who has been following this blog and wishing for Jeff’s healing.  We feel very accompanied on this journey and we are so grateful for all of your love.

Georgia and Jeff

Love from Brazil
Love from Brazil

Flora & Fauna in Brazil

Good morning everyone,

Yesterday Jeff and I took the longest walk in two weeks – about eight blocks in total.  And in that enormous distance, we stopped for fresh fruit smoothies.  Things are really getting active here!

On our walk, I took a few photos that I would like to share of the flora and fauna of this little town.

First the flora:

Flowering tree reaching for heaven
Flowering tree reaching for heaven

Heavenly tree rooted in the earth
Heavenly tree rooted in the earth

Exotic bromeliad growing at the base of a tree
Exotic bromeliad growing at the base of a tree

Exotic flowering bush
Exotic flowering bush

 

And now the fauna, beginning with the largest animal in this town:

Tourist drinking smoothie at Frutti's, a little restaurant two blocks from our pousada
Tourist drinking smoothie at Frutti’s, a little restaurant two blocks from our pousada

And now one of the smaller creatures and I won’t blame you if you think we have entered a new chapter of fantasy

Fauna climbing to heaven
Fauna climbing to heaven

 

Heading to the tips of the leaves
Heading to the tips of the leaves

 

A little competition
A little competition or companionship

 

If you look closely, you will see fauna on flora.
If you look closely, you will see fauna on flora.

 

Remember Alice?
Remember Alice?

Sending each of you wishes for a sweet day.

With love,

Georgia and Jeff