Trip Preparation

Pre-Trip Check List:

  • Make copies of your passport and travel documents
  • Check your passport (Make sure it is valid for 6 months beyond our departure date.
  • Purchase your airline tickets (Be sure the name on your passport matches the name on your tickets.)
  • Get your Brazilian Visa
  • Purchase travel insurance, medical insurance and medical transportation insurance (I have a good low cost company to refer)
  • Send your me your Insurance info (Company name, International contact number and policy numbers)
  • Shots (There are no immunizations required for travel to Abadiânia. However, some people may feel more comfortable if they have updated tetanus/diphtheria shots, hepatitis A, yellow fever, etc. You must decide what feels right for you. There is no malaria in this part of Brazil, and yellow fever and dengue are extremely rare.)
  • Print out and read “A Guide to the Casa”

 

What to Take on the Trip:

  • Passport (with a minimum of 6 months remaining as of date of arrival in Brazil)
  • Insurance (travel, health, hospitalization, hospital transportation) + Recommended: baggage loss, tour cancellation, dental, etc.
  • Tourist Visa (destination Brasília and Abadiania, Goias, Brasil)
  • Copy of Passport (ID Information and Visa pages) – store in an alternate place from your passport in case your passport is lost.
  • Airline Tickets
  • Copy of Airline Tickets Pages – (store in an alternate place from your passport in case your passport is lost)
  • Your print out of “A Guide to the Casa”
  • White Clothes for Healing Center (the Casa) – White pants & shirts for men and white dresses or white tops with white skirts or white pants for women.
  • Alarm Clock
  • Cash (no travelers checks)
  • Credit Cards
  • Lightweight Clothes
  • White Underwear
  • Sweatshirt, Sweater or Light Coat
  • Casual Clothes for Evenings and Meals
  • Swimsuit & Cover Up for Sacred Waterfall
  • Casual Shoes and Sandals
  • Bandanas
  • Sunglasses
  • Hat For Sun/Rain
  • Sun Block
  • Pen And Paper
  • Light Reading
  • Emergency Phone Numbers In USA
  • Watch
  • Flashlight
  • Umbrella (During Rainy Season)
  • Money Belt/Pouch For Passport And Cash
  • Soap
  • Toiletries: Sop, Shampoo And Conditioner, Toothbrush, Tooth Paste And Floss, Shaving Supplies, Body Lotion, Feminine Hygiene Supplies, Wash cloth (Towels are provided),
  • Cosmetics
  • Laundry Soap (If You Wish To Do Hand Laundry)
  • Business Cards
  • Camera and Film
  • Vitamins, Herbs, Remedies, etc.
  • Books, Cards, Music, Etc.
  • English to Portuguese Dictionary and Phrase Book
  • Photos of Family and Friends and Money for their Herbs
  • Ear Plugs (if you sleep lightly)
  • Neck Travel Pillow for Long Flights
  • Eye Masks to Block Lights on flights and when sleeping during the day for Spiritual Operation

Note: Avoid Electrical Appliances such as Hairdryers & Razors when possible. Brazil’s Power Is: 220volts/50 Hertz and a plug adaptor and power converter are required if your appliance runs on 110 Volt/60 Hertz power only .

And, remember this

The world is waiting for you to Open. Open your heart, let love flow in and out. Let love be your motivation in every action. Let love be the first thing you think about when you wake up in the morning and the last thing before bed at night. Let love fill up your body, every cell, until it overflows out into the world, touching everything. Let Love be your gifted ability; it is what you are meant to do. Every moment take Love one step further in some way, let it grow and grow. Love is endless, as is your ability to express and experience it. There is no limit, no rule, no one way. The more you Open, the more Love will teach you, fill you, emanate from you. Do not wait. Start Now. Have Courage, Intent, Willingness. Let Love be the Truth you represent, the tool you carry, the vehicle that brings you to every new step.”

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