Grand Master Healer Behrooz Danadoost
Grand Master Danadoost was afflicted with
leukemia in 1989. The side-effects of
chemotherapy drugs were immense.
Less than six
months after receiving chemo at UCLF, he had
grand mal seizures so violent that they caused
multiple broken vertebrae, crushed vertebrae and
broken ribs. Over the next few years he was
with bone marrow transplants and
blood transfusions and developed hepatitis B.
Then by a series of fantastic events he went to
Iran, met Master Healer Parvarandeh and was
healed of hepatitis B.
Shortly after his
miraculous meeting with Master Parvarandeh,
Master Danadoost came back to the USA totally
In 1993, two weeks after his
return to the U.S. and his short encounter with
Master Parvarandeh, Master Danadoost
compelled to study with Master Parvarandeh. He
went back to Iran and spent forty days with his
observing Ostad’s every move,
Ostad’s miraculous healing feats, the way he
carried himself, the way he walked, talked, ate
During the forty days of being with the Grand
Master Healer, Ostad Parvarandeh healed his
leukemia and hetatitus type B.
“At UCSF, the
physicians were astounded with my progress and
that there were no signs of the Hepatitus B
Finally, Ostad showed him the light.
Master Danadoost went into sudden spiritual
combustion and was able to let go
of his old
solid fixations and his three magic words.
Logic, logic, logic!
Ostad’s presence made him
realize for the first time that he was
This period marked a
profoundly transforming direction in his life.
He came back to the U.S and closed his
in downtown San Francisco, announced that he was
a healer and sat home waiting for the patients
to arrive with
no advertising at all since
Master Parvarandeh could see no reason why he
should have a business card.
he became so busy that it required him to even
October 15, 1997 marked another turning point in
Master Danadoost’s life.
Exactly as Master
Parvarandeh predicted in 1993, he crossed over.
“Ever since he crossed over, he is present in
every one of my healing sessions; guiding,
helping and reassuring.
Thank you Ostad. I am