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Conscious Community Lecture: Why Do We Suffer?
A free lecture series that recurs every last Wednesday of the month
February 26, 2020
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Sponsored by the A.R.E. Bookstore & Gift Shop
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Wednesday, February 26, 2020
Virginia Beach , VA

Understanding the Purpose & Meaning of Suffering 

Suffering is a fundamental spiritual question. Can there be a God if there is so much suffering and pain in the world? Yet if we do believe in God, and a somehow just and fair creator, then suffering must have some purpose and meaning. And as much as suffering has been explored theologically, it seems to still be a largely unclear topic worthy of further exploration.

In this discussion, Peter Woodbury will explore what the Cayce readings have to say about suffering as well as look at his own experience with regressions and feedback from the Guides level of consciousness.

This will be a talk you won't want to miss!

Arrive early to save your spot!
Additional Info and Schedule
Date:
February 26, 2020
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Venue:
Virginia Beach Headquarters
Edgar Cayce's A.R.E.
215 67th Street
Virginia Beach, VA 23451
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Contact:
A.R.E. Bookstore & Gift Shop
757-457-7231
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received his undergraduate degree in psychology from Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts and his master’s degree in social work from Boston University. He trained in hypnotherapy and past-life regression techniques with Dr. Brian Weiss, Dr. Allen Chips, and Dan Brown, PhD. Peter is in private practice as a psycho-therapist and hypnotherapist in Virginia Beach, with a focus on the use of spirituality and faith as tools for personal transformation and liberation.

A student of the Cayce readings for over 20 years, he is a popular presenter on key topics from the Cayce readings both at A.R.E. Headquarters and in the field. Fluent in three languages, he is also known for his outstanding leadership of A.R.E. Tours to South America, India, and Egypt. He also finds time to play Edgar Cayce in the popular one-man show titled “An Evening with Edgar Cayce.”