Edgar Cayce's Holistic Living
Creating a Healthy Life—
Body, Mind, and Soul
Featuring DR. PETER SCHOEB
Experience the life-affirming health principles found
in the Edgar Cayce readings! Cayce, considered to
be the “Father of Holistic Medicine,” gave practical and
readily applicable steps toward good health. When
used in cooperation with your health care provider, these
principles will help you make informed choices and give
you practical and effective methods for maintaining good
physical, mental, and spiritual health.
Dr. Schoeb will help you:
- Understand why we get sick and what preventive
measures we can take
- Learn the practical, natural health principles found in the Edgar Cayce readings
- Understand effective ways to detoxify and keep
your body in good metabolic shape
- See how simple changes to your diet and lifestyle can
be both fun and beneficial
- Realize that health choices affect your entire life and
those around you
- Recognize some of the signs and symptoms that
reveal what’s going on in your body
- Establish inspirational ways to balance body, mind,
and spirit during life’s journey
You have everything you need to promote health
and wellbeing and deal with imbalances and disease
beneficially. The choice is yours!
Through lecture, insight, some easy stretches and
laughter, questions and answers, as well as guided
meditation, you will take home tools to promote wellness
and receive blessings from Mother Nature as revealed
through the Edgar Cayce readings. Dr. Schoeb will
bring you Cayce’s most important and practical
guidelines so you can enjoy a life filled with vibrant
health and energy!
PAST ATTENDEES SAY:
“Dr. Schoeb presents at a level that is easy
to understand and engaging to the audience.
“Strong foundation in the Cayce readings.
Great sense of humor and so knowledgeable.”
Peter Schoeb, DC, LMT
Hancock United Church of Christ
1912 Massachusetts Avenue
Lexington, MA 02421
Church parking is limited. Parking and entrance in rear; please park in designated parking lines only. If full, there is municipal parking in Lexington center. For more information on municipal parking go to http://www.lexingtonma.gov/parking/
From I-95 N or S (Route 128) take Exit 31A (Routes 4 and 225). Follow signs to Lexington and Battle Green. Pass four sets of lights. Come to a village green on the right. Look for the Minuteman statue at the end. Take an immediate sharp right, going behind the statue. Hancock United Church is ahead 2-3 buildings on the left. Go through archway connected to the church. Parking and entrance in the rear.
Via MBTA: Take Redline to Alewife Bus #62 or #76 to Lexington/Minuteman Statue, then follow as above.
From Mass Pike I-90 take exit 14 to 95N Waltham to exit 31A, then continue as above.
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Saturday, November 1, 2014 – 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. At-door registration/
book tables open at 9:00 a.m. Meal break: Noon to 1:30 p.m.
(Restaurants are within walking distance.)