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Category: Spiritual Growth

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Spiritual Growth
March 01, 2017

The Cayce readings introduced me to a part of spirituality I didn’t know existed. The readings explained levels of healing and the afterlife that I never before could have imagined, at just the right …

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Spiritual Growth
January 27, 2017

All of us at one time or another have been hurt by what someone said or did to us. Or, by something they did not say or do, an omission that hurt us. These hurts can also come from within ourselves as…

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Edgar Cayce Readings
December 24, 2016

In 1937 Edgar Cayce was asked to give a Christmas message to members of the first Study Group.

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Spiritual Growth
December 23, 2016

From a human perspective, the information you are about to read is perplexing. It does not fit with the evolution of matter. It does not fit with the visible universe. It does not even fit with much o…

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Holistic Health
December 02, 2016

One in five people in the world are in pain at any given time. It is the great equalizer across continents, race, religion, and gender.

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Spiritual Growth
November 04, 2016

We’re all familiar with the axiom “first things first.” Simply stated, it means that there is an orderly and necessary sequence to how things unfold.

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Spiritual Growth
October 21, 2016

I recently worked on a design project for A.R.E. Prison Outreach that offered the opportunity to read letters from prisoners who had received books from our outreach program.

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Spiritual Growth
September 16, 2016

A few months ago, I went to my shamanic practitioner, Gwendolyn Natusch, in Virginia Beach. She had been helping me to clear and release old negative patterns of self-condemnation, shame, and doubt. E…

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Spiritual Growth
July 22, 2016

In these days of so much hostility to the "other,” the stranger, the immigrant, LGBT people, etc., and in these days of incivility in much of our public life, I’m highly recommending we intentionally …

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