Edited by HENRY REED, Ph.D.
March 09,   2016
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Creating a Meaningful Life

By Amy Betit

In this Atlantic University "mini-lesson," you’ll have a chance to explore what you may offer to yourself that would help you create more meaning in your life.

Inner Guidance

By John Van Auken

A leading Edgar Cayce scholar tells how to develop a relationship with inner guidance that you can trust.

Channeling Your Higher Self

By Henry Reed

Book Summary by Rachel Creager

Edgar Cayce popularized the word, "channel," to mean bringing forth, and had a unique "mega-vision" of the many ways in which we can bring forth blessings from Spirit.

Awaken Your Awareness of Intuition

By Nancy Pohle & Ellen Selover

The intuitive impressions we receive come to us in a variety of different ways.

Soul Development: Edgar Cayce’s approach for a new world

By Kevin Todeschi

Book Summary by Lorrie Kazan

To the question of "who am I?" one might rightly ask, "whom do I declare myself to be, and by what standard am I willing to live?"

Intuition

By John Van Auken

You have to express your willingness to listen to what the 'felt sense' has to say, without an agenda of your own.

Psychic Training Comics

Henry Reed, Kumiko Sakurai Foster, Miyuki Kaneko

A comic book on Edgar Cayce's vision of psychic development is under development at Atlantic University. Here you can read the first chapter.

Prayer and Psychic Experiences

By Charles Thomas Cayce

There is a close relationships between ESP, prayer, meditation, dreams, and other deeper states of consciousness.

Value Added Remote Viewing

By Henry Reed

What has to be added to remote viewing to make it a useful tool for self-actualization?

The Intelligent Heart

By Bruce & David McArthur

Book summary by Linda Brown

This book is a comprehensive examination of the Universal Laws and combines the wisdom of Edgar Cayce with the science of HeartMath.

Why Edgar Cayce Was Not a Psychic: Typological Issues and Their Social and Religious Consequences

Harmon Hartzell Bro, Ph.D.

The thesis of this paper is that using the term "psychic" as the central typological designation for Edgar Cayce misdirects serious inquiry on who he was and what he did, as well as impedes replication of his activity, by emphasizing his acquisition of data at the expense of the rich system of values which he both expounded and enacted, and in which he grounded his own self-understanding and practice.

Remote Viewing and Self-Realization

A commentary on Russell Targ's book: Limitless Mind

By Henry Reed

Edgar Cayce used remote viewing himself sometimes, like when he announced from his self-induced clairvoyant consciousness that his next client had not yet arrived at home where he was to be for his reading from Cayce, or when Cayce noted that the prescribed remedy, "oil of smoke" was hidden in the back room shelf of the pharmacist.

Will the Real Edgar Cayce Please Stand Up?

By Kevin J. Todeschi

Over the years so many individuals have contacted A.R.E. about being the reincarnation of Edgar Cayce or about being in ongoing psychic communication with the soul of Edgar Cayce that the organization has had to create form letters to respond to those numerous letters, phone calls, and in-person visits.

Edgar Cayce on Religion and Psychic Experience

By Harmon Bro.

Book Summary by Susie Pedigo

Every human soul has psychic ability. Need, opportunity and intent must be in place before psychic phenomena occurs. So psychic ability has to be more than a kit of useful tools; it must include the awareness the way things are and a desire to work with the way things are.

Gifts of Healing
By Hugh Lynn Cayce


We might say that when an individual obeys the spiritual law which he knows, he will be drawn into the very environment and opportunities which make possible his greatest spiritual growth. ... So, when the group raises the atomic vibrations that make for the positive forces which bring divine forces into action in a material plane...

 

The World According to Edgar Cayce
Ed Ida

The concept that life is a dream has been with us throughout the ages and has been confirmed by many mystics.

 

Why Edgar Cayce Was Not a Psychic: Typological Issues and Their Social and Religious Consequences
Harmon Hartzell Bro, Ph.D.

The thesis of this paper is that using the term "psychic" as the central typological designation for Edgar Cayce misdirects serious inquiry on who he was and what he did, ..

 

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