Then, the more important, the most important experience of this or any individual entity is to first know what is the ideal -- spiritually.

- Edgar Cayce reading 357-13 

Mr. Cayce believed that working toward understanding one’s spiritual being is paramount in one’s development.  But what does it mean, in today’s world and language, to have a “spiritual awakening?”  I’ve learned in my journey that I wake up, and then I wake up some more, and then yet more.  The journey itself becomes a part of the goal, a part of both the question and the answer.

There are many metaphors, of course, for the journey we undertake to seek, and hopefully find, ourselves to be awakened.  The metaphor that resonates most for me is the idea of a pilgrimage.  A pilgrimage is, for me, an exploration into unknown territory seeking a connection with the divine and with myself. 

The phrase “spiritual awakening” is something we often hear as we move forward along our soul’s journey. But what does this phrase really mean, and how does it apply to our own personal spiritual path?  When we are awakening to our spiritual selves, to our soul’s purposes, we experience a range of emotions – from fear to jubilation and everything in between.   Like all pilgrimages, our pilgrimage to ourselves is fraught with trepidation, challenges, and doubt – from ourselves and often from others.  How do we face these emotions and challenges and discover hidden strengths we didn’t know we have?

Upon time and space is written the thoughts, the deeds, the activities of an entity – as in relationships to its environs, its hereditary influence; as directed – or judgment drawn by or according to what the entity's ideal is. Hence, as it has been oft called, the record is God's book of remembrance; and each entity, each soul – as the activities of a single day of an entity in the material world – either makes same good or bad or indifferent, depending upon the entity's application of self …

-- Edgar Cayce Reading 1650-1


Mr. Cayce reminded us of our deep connection to all that is. Interestingly, we often find those connections in ways we might not imagine and in places we may not think to look.  As we approach liminal time and space in our pilgrimage, we find ourselves on the precipice of understanding, if we are willing to take the leap into the unknown.

This upcoming unique webinar explores what such an “awakening” really means for you, and offer insights into how the process of awakening can change your life in profound yet practical ways. Deb offers guidance that can help you along your path of exploration into your internal landscape, and guides you as you embark on a sacred journey into your own true self, including concepts from the Edgar Cayce readings.

If you would like to learn more about the pilgrimage to yourself, join us Wednesday, December 1st, 2021 for our Awaken Your Spirit: Pilgrimage to Yourself webinar. Together we will explore how our personal journey can not only benefit ourselves, but all other beings on Mother Earth as well. This program will be available LIVE and on-demand any time after the event.

Soul development should take precedence over all things.

- Edgar Cayce Reading (3357-2)