30th Annual Wildacres Retreat • September 15-18, 2016
Exploring Your Intuition, Your Consciousness, and Your Soul Self
Featuring: Kevin J. Todeschi,
Executive Director & CEO of A.R.E
Edgar Cayce believed that the growth of personal consciousness was the ultimate purpose of our existence on earth. In hundreds of readings over a period of many decades, Cayce expounded upon tools that would enable individuals to expand their personal consciousness and experience their soul self. Those tools included soul growth, and the exploration of personal intuition and guidance.
Intuition is an innate talent of the soul – it is something that each individual possesses. Unfortunately, many individuals may not realize how easy and how often they can avail themselves of this type of information. This program will feature the Executive Director and CEO of the Edgar Cayce work, Kevin J. Todeschi, and will give you a "hands on" experience with personal intuition, soul growth and an exploration of your soul’s consciousness, enabling you to:
Explore the ways you actively participate — or decline to participate — in creation.
- Understand what is at the core of all of the Edgar Cayce information, in terms of what is ultimately most important to you
- Take part in a "psychic game" – an experience that will provide you with a personal answer to virtually any question
- Experience a complete overview of Edgar Cayce’s approach to “soul growth” and learn the most important tools he provided to make personal soul growth a reality in your own life
In addition to the above, you will examine information on the Akashic Records and the Illusion of Time – information that suggests our concept of linear time may be a misperception and that the past, present and future may be much more connected than we have ever imagined.
Don’t miss this exciting weekend, exploring your own soul self and examining how you can apply spiritual principles in the earth, raising your consciousness in the process! This is a program you won’t want to miss!
TIME: Check-in is 4:00-5:30 p.m., Thursday, Sept. 15th. The retreat begins with the evening meal at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 15th and runs through approximately 11:00 a.m. Sunday, Sept. 18, 2016.
COST: $280 per person, includes 3-nights' lodging, one set of linens and towels, eight meals, and the planned program. There is no maid service. Please let us know if you need a handicapped accessible room or if you cannot use steps. There are no elevators.
PREREGISTRATION: A non-refundable deposit of $50 per person will reserve your place only until August 15th. At that time, the remainder of the registration fee is due or the space may be reassigned. Full refunds cannot be made after August 15th. The participant is responsible for submitting the remaining fee. No invoices or receipts will be mailed.
MEALS: Nutritious family style meals, including vegetarian, gluten-free, and diabetic options, are included in the registration fee.
ROOMS: All lodge rooms have two beds and a private bath. Two people will be assigned to a room, unless a third is requested. We will assign a roommate unless you specify one at registration. There are no televisions, clocks, coffee pots or phones in the rooms. WIFI and cellphone access is limited.
CHILDREN: Parents must arrange for the supervision of children at all times. Cribs may be supplied if requested upon registration. If you will be bringing a child, please contact Ms. Lou Umscheid for costs and additional information at firstname.lastname@example.org or 919-643-0232.
WHAT TO BRING: A special item or two for the silent auction. If you are donating services, please bring any equipment that you need, e.g. massage table. Money raised from the auction of items or services is donated to A.R.E. Headquarters. Clothes: casual, bring a sweater, jacket, comfortable shoes, and rain gear. The retreat is informal and weather is unpredictable.
BOOK SALES: We will have a selection of books related to the program for sale at the retreat. The money raised will be used to support the Southeast Region of A.R.E. (Cash, Personal Checks, and Credit Cards)
COMMON INTEREST SESSIONS: As is customary at this retreat, we will have these sessions for small groups led by volunteers. If you have a special gift, talent or interest, please consider sharing it with others during these 1 hour sessions. New this year, you need to submit a summary of your topic, and your qualifications to present it, in advance to Bob at BTrowbridge@nc.rr.com. If you have a handout for your presentation, please bring copies with you for approximately 80 people.
Any views or opinions presented in these sessions are solely those of the presenter and may not represent those of the A.R.E. Presenters are expressly required not to make defamatory statements and not to infringe or authorize any infringement of copyright or any other legal right.
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