Man of Light: The Extraordinary Healing Life of Mauricio Panisse

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Healing With Light. A uniquely gifted healer, Mauricio Panisset was literally a man of light. When performing his phenomenal work, bright lights could be seen flashing like lightning from parts of his physical body. The lights first came to Mauricio as a nine-year-old in Brazil. The powers remained for fifty-four years until his death. Among those whom he helped with his extraordinary gift were well-known politicians and Hollywood celebrities. While Mauricio's life may seem incredible, his extraordinary journey ...
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Overview

Healing With Light. A uniquely gifted healer, Mauricio Panisset was literally a man of light. When performing his phenomenal work, bright lights could be seen flashing like lightning from parts of his physical body. The lights first came to Mauricio as a nine-year-old in Brazil. The powers remained for fifty-four years until his death. Among those whom he helped with his extraordinary gift were well-known politicians and Hollywood celebrities. While Mauricio's life may seem incredible, his extraordinary journey is told - for the first time - by the woman who worked by his side, his wife Kimberly Panisset Curcio. In this inspirational narrative, Kimberly shows how Mauricio's work helped many discover there is much more to life than suffering and struggle. Mauricio showed that God is here on earth, and He works through ordinary people like you and I. In Mauricio Panniset's wondrous story, readers will discover the light within, and by doing so, will be inspired to bring a greater light into our world.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781590790137
  • Publisher: Select Books, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 1/1/2010
  • Edition description: 1ST
  • Pages: 144
  • Product dimensions: 5.90 (w) x 8.90 (h) x 0.70 (d)

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Kimberley Panisset lives with her family in Georgia.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 28, 2003

    Man of Light, is a miraculous read!

    The Man of Light is the true story of Mauricio Panisset. Mauricio was a incredible healer, brilliant physicist and a professor in the Brazilian university system for thirty-seven years. Mauricio posessed the unique gift of light phenomena. Actual physical lights imminated from his body. He used those lights to heal the sick and raise the spiritual awarness of many people. His beautifully touching story is told through the eyes of his loving wife, Kimberly. She provides us intimate glimpses into Mauricio's life, their beautifully inspiring love story; and her own personal struggles to overcome the grief of losing the man that she cherished. The story will encourage non-believers to search deeper and perhaps, think ...again. Dr. Wayne Dyer personally met and experienced Mauricio's high energy of love and saw his phenomenal lights. He writes the foreward. Some will call this book a story about the paranormal. Some will say it is simply an autobiography. Personally, I consider it both and much more. You will be touched by the love shared by Kimberly and Mauricio. You will be inspired by the facts of this man's incrediable life. This book is for anyone that believes in the power of love and the magic of the universe* To the author..Thank you for your beautiful book, it is a gift to all that read it. Bravo!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 6, 2003

    Five Stars for A Man of Light

    Mauricio Panisset was a nuclear physicist; he taught at the University of Brasilia; he served on Brasil's national election board, and his first cousin became the President of Brazil. He was brilliant, emotionally intense, allergic to pompous people and very earthy, kind and funny. He also made light, vast torrents of light, light storms, flashes of light that lit darkened rooms and left images on one's retinas like those of a photographer's flashbulb. Once you saw Mauricio's lights, you had only two choices. You could begin to accept that the standard rules of physics and physiology had glaring exceptions pointing toward a greater reality. Or, you could deny and avoid the implications of the lights which, repeatedly, would pour from his eyes, his ears, his nose, his mouth, his hands and surround his body like an electric angel. He didn't make the lights as a parlor trick. He often tried to but could not run away from the burden the lights placed on him. He would try to return to simple life and work and would go to drink cervezha and eat pizza with his friends at his favorite pizza shop. But the pressure of the lights was unceasing, and always he would go back to using the lights to heal the sick, and to open seekers and the faithless to God's overwhelming presence. And, if you could be with the mental dissonance of his miracle lights, you were thrust into acknowledging the huge mysteries of a Universe that holds secrets of overwhelming brilliance--secrets which exist outside the bounds of accepted physics. He also was my friend, and like so many of his friends, his silly good humor and self-effacing wisdom often left me with a heart filled with both awe and a sudden distaste for my own inflated self importance. But the one who was always there for Mauricio in his last years was his wife, Kimberly. Kimberly, leading another batch of wide-eyed miracle seekers into his luminous healings. Kimberly, propping him up when he had healed too many and little drops of blood pushed through the pores of his arms. Kimberly, who was his Neika and who had found him across the years and the lifetimes--and it is now Kimberly who is left to tell his story so gracefully and to tell us of the gift of healing he left in her care for those who would follow. This is a wondrous book, and having seen Mauricio's lights with my own skeptical eyes hundreds of times, I tell you it is true. You would be well served to follow the stories and teachings of the Man of Light.

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