Outside Casa de Dom Inacio, my stomach grumbled. Nose blocked, I took a deep breath. A tingling sensation in my arm demanded attention. Shaking it off, I crossed the threshold.
Casa de Dom Inacio in Abadiânia faced controversy in 2018. Over 600 abuse accusations targeted Joao de Deus. Despite his absence today, the Casa draws seekers with transformative energies, promising healing for various ailments. The energy, whether from a real person or the power of the mind, makes Casa de Dom Inacio a space worth exploring for spiritual transformation.
Want to have a look inside the Casa? Check out this brief video of my visit:
What happened since my Last Visit at Casa de Dom Inácio
Last year’s visit to Casa de Dom Inacio in Abadiania led to a minor revelation. As mentioned in my previous blog post, I was there on a Sunday when the Casa wasn’t functioning. Nonetheless, I filled out my paper wish and placed it inside the triangle on the wall.
Recalling my friend Jutta’s advice—put down my wish for physical suffering along with my name, birth date, and address—I faced a dilemma due to my nomadic lifestyle. I asked her, “How will the entities find me?” The solution: writing my license plate number.
A few days later, a revelation occurred in the car while driving. Tears blurred my vision, and as the landscape outside became blurry, I stopped and sat for five minutes. It suddenly made sense—the cause of my five-year back pain and how to heal it. Understanding my suffering led to sudden improvement.
One year later, after a journey through South America, crossing Bolivia, Peru, Ecuador, and Colombia, I stopped at Jutta’s Pousada (Contact her for a great deal!) It had been a wild year, and upon seeing me, Jutta mentioned how tired I looked. I was not surprised. I looked forward to a week at Jutta’s and another visit to the Casa, this time during opening hours.
When Blogs Sting: The Unexpected Thorn in the Side of my Last Casa Post
After settling into Jutta’s Pousada Octogono, I shared a quiet moment with her, recounting a peculiar incident from the past year.
A lady, representing a renowned Brazilian magazine, reached out after reading my last blog post. Intrigued by my nomadic South American adventures, she expressed eagerness to feature my story.
However, there was a twist—she insisted I remove the post detailing my experiences in Abadiania. As I pondered this unexpected request, it became evident that the person’s enthusiasm for my journey may not have been as genuine as initially believed.
The ordeal left me with a lingering question: How did a seemingly unremarkable blog post from an anonymous South American traveler prompt such an uncommon media proposal?
What’s New in Abadiania?
Back in Abadiania, my excitement was evident. I made it a routine to wander through town daily, exploring the little stores filled with crystals. I stayed loyal to Fruttis, the go-to restaurant for foreigners, savoring their offerings like espresso on ice, omelets, açaí, and various dinner options – often visiting up to three times a day.
They had built a new bridge over the federal highway, providing an interesting experience as cars passed underneath, causing a noticeable shake. I hope the construction will stand the test of time.
On the opposite side of the highway, there were more restaurants, a gym, and small parks, looking like any average Brazilian town. However, my focus remained on the north side. There you regularly encounter Casa visitors. Those were the people dressed in white strolling through the streets, always ready with a friendly hello.
Familiar faces were a common sight, even those from the previous year. Whether during meditation at the Casa or while enjoying a free soup at the Casa’s kitchen.
Meditation and Current at Casa de Dom Inacio
This year I decided to take part in the Casa’s mediation and current. Despite being on my second visit, I found myself seated among the “First timers,” a dedicated section for newcomers. The prior year had denied me access to the meditation room due to its closure on Sundays.
Prepared with a white t-shirt and light pants, I arrived before 8 am, holding my written message to the entities of light. As prayers echoed in the seating area, I anticipated the moment to join the line. Among the first-timers, I entered the meditation room, following the path of those who had walked before me. As they called the people before me, I learned that they were either on their second visit or had undergone a prior intervention. Each group of people requires their distinct energy.
On the second day, I arrived early for meditation. The guidelines emphasized avoiding crossed legs or arms, allowing entities to perceive and work on individuals better. Seated for three hours on church-like hard benches, I subtly adjusted my posture for comfort. While I was sitting there, a lady interrupted my meditation telling me that I had my ankles crossed by accident. Very observant.
Possibly three hours of darkness just let some interesting ideas pop into one’s head. But in any case, it felt like something was communicating with my mind, offering me ideas that were related to some recent worries. You take it or you leave it.
Anyway, I thanked the entities for listening to me even if I wasn’t sure if it was them speaking to me or my own wild mind.
Learning about Aura and Chakra Analysis in Abadiania
After the meditation session, we gathered at the Casa’s kitchen for a comforting bowl of soup. I sat at a table with multiple people listening to their stories about why they came to Abadiania. I chatted with Leon, a young German guy, and exchanged Instagram information to meet up later for a sunset walk over the hill.
During that walk he told me his story and that he was interested in aura analyses. The only time I had ever heard about aura before was when talking to a Mormon High Priest I met in Mexico three years prior. Apparently my aura is pink and yellow, but I don’t know if that’s any good. Plus, he probably just wanted to convert me to Mormonism. I asked if he would like to do one for me. The next day we met again for an aura and chakra analysis.
Leon used a frequency measuring device to analyze my strong and weak points at the time of measuring.
The results were intriguing, revealing weaknesses that I had vaguely noticed but hadn’t fully acknowledged, such as blocked nerve endings and nasal sinuses. I did notice before that most nights I wake up with one arm fallen asleep, and I can’t remember a time where my nose was not partly blocked, but I never thought of it as problematic. In addition, the device recognized digestive issues. I did have digestive issues when I arrived in Abadiania; something I caught a few days prior from some food poisoning. Could have been a lucky guess since I’ve had digestive issues ever since setting foot on this continent. The analysis though was a useful tool to be more aware of physical happenings.
The analysis extended beyond the physical realm, offering insights into my mental processes. My idea of family, partnership, finances, and anxieties—all of which proved surprisingly accurate. Aligning with my chakras, the solar plexus chakra (belly chakra) emerged as the weakest, emphasizing a lack of a strong gut feeling. It resonated with my self-awareness as more of a “head person.” If you ever make it to Abadiania, say hi to Leon!
Consequently, when lying in bed at night I researched the different chakras and their meaning. Again, I am convinced that just by realizing one’s shortcomings it can lead to automatic improvement. This is what Abadiania showed me last year already when I focused on my back pain.
Chakra Support: The Healing Power of the Casa’s Crystals
But how else can I strengthen my chakras? I explored various websites detailing the supportive properties of crystals for different chakras. While often matching the chakra color, there are variations. I noted gems supportive of each chakra, accumulating two pages of valuable information.
The day after, I visited the Casa’s shop. Numerous quartzes and crystals filled the space. Engaging the knowledgeable shopkeeper, I inquired about specific stones, finding the green and blue quartz. To my great surprise, the man gifted them to me, especially the green quartz known for attracting wealth 🙂
Exiting the Casa, I strolled along Abadiania’s main street, exploring different crystal shops. One, in particular, caught my attention. Zelimar (Zeila) a lady fluent in English, assisted me in finding the remaining five stones. Proudly, I returned home, allowing the mild evening sun to cleanse the crystals.
You should avoid hot direct sunlight for the cleaning and charging process as it might damage the crystals. Rather use moonlight, bury them in the ground or use other crystals to charge them. I purchased a selenite charging bar, creating a dedicated space for my crystals.
These were my first chakra stones and I use them to meditate and just feel good when I look at them. In Abadiania, where the energy feels just right, I embraced crystals with a positive vibe that I might not have considered elsewhere.
Holistic Healing: A Journey with Casa, Crystals, and Personal Wellness
What did I wish healing for this time? I didn’t have any severe problems, but there was one thing I couldn’t forget for years. The last time I had gone to the doctor for a health check-up was before I left my home to travel in South America. Back then, I had a benign tumor in my uterus. Nothing to worry about as long as I didn’t have pain.
Now, four years later, I’m visiting my family in Austria for the first time since 2020. Last week, I went for a check-up and was happy to see that nothing of the tumor was left. There are multiple ways how that tumor could have disappeared. I don’t even know if I still had it in Abadiania. It could have been just as much due to nutrition (I stopped eating soy) as to the Casa.
Nevertheless, I thank my time at the Casa, Leon for his analysis, and my crystals for giving me comfort and optimism for holistic health.
Reflections after the Casa
Now, as I reflect on my time at Casa de Dom Inacio, the experience with crystals, and spiritual healing, I find another transformation in my perspective. Last year, I began with skepticism, and I was surprised when healing abruptly hit me. This year, while more open, I still remain a head person. Yet, the welcoming embrace of Casa, the insightful analyses from Leon, and the comforting energy of crystals have brought me one step closer to holistic healing.
The fact that something is free is a sign of authenticity. The Casa has nothing to gain from my visit. I consumed coffee and pão de queijo at their cafeteria, received free crystals at their shop, and ate free soup at their kitchen. Casa de Dom Inacio offers healing without charge, challenging the usual expectations. If the primary motivation is healing, it speaks volumes about the authenticity of spiritual practices.
Want to have a look inside the Casa? Check out this brief video of my visit:
As I continue my journey, I’m excited to share that I’m working on a book capturing stories from my three-year adventure in South America.
If you have any suggestions for a publisher who resonates with these narratives, I’d love to hear from you.
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