Awakening Your Psychic Powers: Open Your Inner Mind And Control Your Psychic Intuition Today Mass Market Paperback – Jun 15 1996
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“Edgar Cayce and Henry Reed make a dynamite combination!” ―Robert L. Van de Castle, University of Virginia Medical School
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Edgar Cayce, unwitting seer and clairvoyant, touched millions of lives with his innate spiritual wisdom and his uncanny healing visions.
Born in 1877 in Hopkinsvile, Kentucky, Edgar Cayce had a seventh-grade education, yet was able to repeat complex and technical medical jargon when under a trance. In this state, he was said to heal many of the people who came seeking his counsel with his recommendations for medical treatment. Cayce soon began to talk about spiritual notions such as Atlantis, reincarnation, dreams, astrology, and more. He would also predict some of the more astounding events of the twentieth century, such as World Wars and the Great Depression.
The Washington Post wrote: "His words have inspired faith in spirituality, which for many people is more powerful than science." Called the "sleeping prophet" and "America's greatest psychic," Cayce, who died in 1945, may have been the first to usher in what is now known as the New Age Movement. More than fifty years after his death, his work continues to influence our lives in powerful new ways.
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In part one, the author explores some universal concepts that serve to explain the nature of reality and how psychic awareness is a natural part of that reality. The work of Fritjof Capra, Gary Zukav, Lawrence LeShan, Rupert Sheldrake and Carl Jung is referred to in these chapters and it makes interesting reading.
Part two discusses some of the more common psychic experiences and how to evoke them - through intuition, dreams, meditation and hypnosis. I found the chapters on dreams and dreaming the most interesting. When we dream, our vibrational pattern shifts and we tune to a different spectrum of reality. And if you want to become psychic in a graceful manner, you must allow it to grow out of the practice of meditation.
Part three probes the role of the body, mind and soul in psychic awareness. It discusses the hologram, morphogenetic fields, the conscious, subconscious, superconscious and infinite mind. It also includes a "second verse" to the children's bedtime prayer "Now I lay me down to sleep, I pray the lord my soul to keep" in these words received in trance:
"I thy child forever play, about thy knees at close of day, within thy arms I now shall creep, and learn thy wisdom while I sleep."
Part four provides some experiments for the reader that wishes to venture into this exciting realm, and discusses the ultimate purpose of psychic awareness. It includes planning, dream recording, using a pendulum, mental telepathy, open channelling and cultivating one's spirituality. The book concludes with a discussion of psychic awareness as harbinger of global changes, followed by a bibliography and index.Read more ›
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Cayce is like Newton to psychic, his books are must-read for any serious psychic practitioners. This one will be VERY GOOD INTRODUCTION for anybody who wants to learn more about... Read morePublished on May 2 2000 by hermanto
Edgar Cayce is like Newton to psychic. His books are must read for any serious psychic developers. And this book will be VERY GOOD INTRODUCTION to anybody who wants to learn more... Read morePublished on May 2 2000 by hermanto