For even larger screen viewing, just click the YouTube logo. The Cayce readings say that our Creator is God to all, but He is also Father to those who love Him and desire to manifest His love in their lives. Learn how to experience God as our loving Father instead of the limited laws we Read More
Explaining Edgar Cayce Readings
Edgar Cayce is perhaps one of the best known clairvoyants of the last century. While most of his psychic readings were dedicated to healing people, his readings also covered a wide range of spiritual and metaphysical topics.
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Click for Cayce On Our classes study the Edgar Cayce Readings (ECRs) by using the textbook, A Search for God, a book of affirmations and discourses based on the readings and discusses how to practically apply loving Christian aspects such as cooperation, self-knowledge, faith, virtue and patience.
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For even larger screen viewing, just click the YouTube logo. The Spirit is the life, the Mind is the builder, and the Physical is the result. The Edgar Cayce readings repeat this phrase often, but what does it mean to humanity? Watch and see how to apply this concept to grow spiritually.
For even larger screen viewing, just click the YouTube logo. Recorded at the 2017 AZ A.R.E. Fall Retreat in Scottsdale, AZ, Steve Bobbitt presents the Human Battle for Balance. We all live in a war zone where our spiritual and physical selves spar for control of our emotional well-being. In this presentation, Steve provides a Read More
For even larger screen viewing, just click the YouTube logo. What one question would you ask God? Find out what Albert Einstein’s question would be. And then see what naturally follows if we do indeed live in a friendly universe.
How can souls be eternal beings if God created us? For even larger screen viewing, just click the YouTube logo. If everything that has a beginning also has an end, and we believe that God created us, does that mean eternal life is a myth? This video reconciles this seeming spiritual paradox.