‘Phenomenon of Healing’ Film Highlights Possibility for All


Healing on the spiritual path — also from incurable ailments — for many people sounds too good to be true. However, the impressive documentary film, The Phenomenon of Healing — The Worldwide Activities of the Bruno Groening Circle of Friends, shows that this is possible after all. Extraordinary healings by Bruno Groening made headlines around the world in the 1950s. When he died in 1959, many believed that this phenomenon had ended. However, even today, by following his teaching, people are experiencing many medically-inexplicable healings.

Through Bruno Groening, Grete Haeusler personally experienced healing of three ailments that were considered incurable. To Grete Haeusler’s surprise, she noticed that healings occurred even after 1959. In 1979, she founded the Bruno Groening Circle of Friends, which has become one of the largest associations in the world devoted to healing on the spiritual path. In May 2013, the Bruno Groening Circle of Friends received the Peace Pole Award from the World Peace Prayer Society, which is affiliated with the United Nations.

A growing number of doctors have become aware of these occurrences through their healed patients. In 1992, doctors and other healing practitioners founded the Medical Scientific Group within the Bruno Groening Circle of Friends. Their task is to investigate reported healings — and to verify and document them using corresponding reports from independent physicians. They present lectures all over the world, reaching out to inform colleagues and interested people about the healings.

The documentary film retraces all these important stages. For nine years, director and screenwriter Thomas Eich and his team worked on the film’s production. The film crew traveled to all continents and interviewed Bruno Groening’s friends from 35 countries. Twenty medically documented healing reports are featured in the film.

It will be presented on Saturday, April 22 from 1-7 p.m. (includes two breaks) at Carondelet Center, 1890 Randolph Ave., St. Paul. Admission is Free, donations appreciated. For more information, call 218.349.1571 and visit www.bruno-groening-film.org.


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