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Monday, December 17, 2018

Catholic nuns seek healing from Muslim

IN DAVAO. Warka Adala, a healer from Sulu, is in town for some healing sessions. Here he is shown with artist Kublai Millan. (Stella Estremera)

CATHOLIC nuns were among the first who sought healing from Muslim energy healer Warka Adala in his second time to administer healing in Davao City.

Adala has been in town for healing since June 18, conducting three-day healing and one-day break in between at the Ponce Suites in Dona Vicenta Subdivision, Bajada, Davao City.

Several have been seeking his help since he returned from his first ever healing session in the city last May 14 to 15, 2018.

Adala will be holding his last set on Tuesday, June 26 to June 28, still at Ponce Suites. His schedule is from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Healing Catholic priests and nuns are not new to Adala, who said that he sees his healing energies as a gift that transcends religion.

God's gifts do not recognize religions. A former teacher in Mindanao State University in Sulu and later employed at the Legislative Regional Assembly of the Autonomous Region of Muslim Mindanao, Adala first noticed that his hands were emitting an unexplained healing energy sometime in the early 2000 after going through personal difficulties that made him pray and meditate more.

Not sure what it was, he sought guidance from premier psychic practitioner Jaime Licauco in 2002 and has proven to Licauco that his hands do have such energy.

He has been healing since then in Zamboanga City, where he now lives, and his office at Unit 20 Rothman Hotel, Adriatico Street, Malate, Manila. (SunStar Davao)


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