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EG201631-adpage-header Astro package

Thank you for being a part of our Maintaining Good Health Using Astrology as Your Guide online learning course! Register today to take advantage of this special offer and to continue learning with Raye!

Sign-up for the remaining two courses in our Astrology Course Package and save!
Course Tuition: $136.00 ($68.00 per course)
Member Tuition: $108.80 ($54.40 per course)

*Be sure to use code ACP2016 during registration*

 
Edgar Cayce asked us to "know thyself!" Why? According to Cayce, knowing and "conquering" self was an important step in our spiritual growth.

Each four-week session will focus on a different aspect of astrology so that by the end of the third session, you will have a complete review of astrology as a guide to your health, life balance, and life cycles. At the end of the third course, you will receive a certificate of completion.
  • April 20 – Maintaining Your Health Using Astrology As Your Guide
  • August 3 – The Keys to Balancing Your Life Using Astrology As Your Guide
  • October 12 – Astrological Cycles: The Timing of Your Life

While none of our astrology courses require a prerequisite, completing all three courses will earn you a certificate of completion.

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Mentor Bio:  
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Raye Mathis, is a member of the faculty at Atlantic University where she teaches Spiritual Crisis and Symbols and Mythology courses. Her column, The Astrologer's Corner, appears in the A.R.E.'s Venture Inward magazine. Raye is an experienced teacher and workshop presenter with more than 35 years of experience. She has maintained an on-going astrological counseling practice for almost 40 years.


How Do I Participate In an Online Mentored Course?

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The day before your course starts, you will receive an e-mail from onlinelearning@edgarcayce.org detailing how to access and navigate your online classroom. You will also receive an invitation to join the workspace in PBWorks.

Once you're in the classroom, you will be able to visit your online classroom any time, day or night, 24/7, for the entire length of the course.  You may participate at your convenience from anywhere in the world. There are no specified times that you have to be in the room. You decide when and how often you wish to participate.

In the virtual classroom, you will have access to written and audio or video materials prepared for you by your mentor. Every Wednesday, your mentor will post a lesson along with exercises for you to practice during the week. Posting is very similar to sending an e-mail, except that all the messages are viewed within your virtual classroom. You may post your thoughts, questions, and experiences on the "wall" of your classroom for your mentor and fellow participants to read and respond to. In this way, everyone will benefit from one another's experiences and insights and the coaching offered by your mentor to individuals.

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Follow the Water Bearer

Follow the Water Bearer:
Jesus' Message of Oneness
for the Aquarian Age


Peter Woodbury, MSW

 On-Demand Anytime!

Follow the Water Bearer - Jesus' Message of Oneness for the
Aquarian Age
$15 Member, $45 General

Not a member?

Join us as we bring you Peter Woodbury, MSW’s presentation, Follow the Water Bearer - Jesus' Message of Oneness for the Aquarian Age, part of our 85th Anniversary Members Congress: The Living Legacy of Edgar Cayce.

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couple Online 2016Watch from the convenience and comfort of your own home via desktop computer, laptop, tablet, or even your smart phone, and enjoy this special presentation on-demand at your convenience as well.

Featuring popular Cayce teacher, psychotherapist, and hypnotherapist Peter Woodbury, MSW, this program explores one of the most important and often-emphasized concepts from the readings– Oneness. The Oneness of God, oneness of our relationships, oneness of force, oneness of time, oneness of purpose, oneness in every effort. In these challenging times, this message is more important than ever, and Peter’s deep knowledge of the Cayce readings, combined with insight and humor, will bring this key concept to life for you.


   
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Peter Woodbury, MSW is a popular presenter on key topics from the Cayce readings. He is the instructor for A.R.E.’s Past Life Regression Hypnotherapy Training Certification and co-instructor for the Master’s Level Hypnosis Certification, as well as Atlantic University’s Integrated Imagery: Regression Hypnosis program. He is also known for his leadership of A.R.E. tours and for portraying Edgar Cayce in the popular one-man show “An Evening with Edgar Cayce.”

 

 

 

A.R.E. Volunteer Services

Volunteer Guidelines

Attire

Most volunteer opportunities are in public areas, so attire should be business casual and closed toe shoes. Please follow the guidelines from your department supervisor.

Breaks and Lunch Period

There is coffee, hot water, microwaves and refrigerators available for staff and volunteers in all buildings. The mid-day break begins 12:00-12:30, when the guided meditation period begins in the Meditation Room (on the 3rd floor of the Visitor Center. The lunch period is from 12:30-1:30.

volunteer 4Confidentiality

The volunteer application that is signed prior to active participation states ‘I agree that all information obtained, as a result of service at Edgar Cayce’s A.R.E. are work product and as such considered confidential and sole property of the A.R.E., Inc.

Emergency Procedures

Each department keeps a list of Emergency Contact phone numbers. Your departmental orientation should cover the location of this document. This list is updated periodically and is helpful should an unforeseen situation arise.

Holidays

The A.R.E. recognizes the following holidays and is closed for regular business at these times:

  • New Year's Day (January 1st) Memorial Day
  • Independence Day (July 4th)
  • Labor Day (first Monday in Sept.)
  • Thanksgiving Day
  • Friday after Thanksgiving
  • Christmas Day (December 25th)

Inclement Weather

During inclement weather, call the organizations emergency line 457-7123 to hear updates of campus opening/closings.

Meditation

The Cayce readings suggest daily meditation as a collective group from 12:00 noon to 12:30 p.m. in the Meditation Room on the 3rd floor of the Visitor Center. The activity is not mandatory, but available to all volunteers to participate. During the weekday, this is staff/volunteer lead with 10 minutes of music, a prayer of protection as participants go into a deeper meditation, 15 minutes of silence, closing prayers for those requesting prayer and a closing of reading the affirmation of the month. Individuals are asked to remain for the entire period so as not to disturb others who are meditating.

Parking

Parking is usually available near all buildings. There are several parking areas on 67th and 68th street. During conferences the parking lot at the Visitor's Center is left open for the conferees. During large conferences, staff and volunteers are emailed to stay at home, especially during registration times. If you are requested to volunteer during these times, please have someone drop you off or park on the service road parallel to Atlantic Avenue.

Smoking

Smoking is permitted in designated smoking areas. Ask your supervisor for the location near you.

Telephone Usage

You may request to use the department's telephone for personal use when necessary. Cell phones are to be kept on vibrate or off while volunteering. Please conduct phone conversations outside or in a reception area during inclement weather so as not to disturb others.

Termination of Volunteers

ARE reserves the right to discharge a volunteer without prior warning. The following should not be viewed as all inclusive, but as examples of the kinds of circumstances that may lead to disciplinary action up to and including termination:

  1. Harassment or discrimination specified in the policies signed at orientation are cause for immediate dismissal.
  2. Divulgence of confidential organizational or personal information about A.R.E., it’s affiliates, staff or other volunteers to the public.
  3. False information provided for applications, correspondence or statements to supervisors.
  4. Theft of property of the A.R.E. or those who visit the campus.
  5. Misuse of computer resources, email, or the internet.
  6. Evidence of intoxication, drug abuse or distribution of illegal substances.
 

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