4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
In this thoughtful and fun talk, M.E. Hart will share poems, stories, and insights highlighting the spiritual quest to thriving. We all face challenges just living life. Exploring Edgar Cayce's material helped reawaken Hart’s connection to spirit. Connecting to spirit, we can heal from within.
This program is part of the A.R.E.'s sponsorship of the 2018 International Conscious Connections Holistic & Spiritual Art Expo July 14 & 15.
Instead of the A.R.E. campus - our July Mind, Body & Spirit Psychic Fair will become one with the Expo and take place at Virginia Wesleyan University's Batten Center.
In addition to Hart's lecture, other A.R.E.-sponsored Expo programs and speakers include:
- July 14 at Noon - John Van Auken presents The Art of Living Spiritually in a Material World
- July 15 at 1 p.m. - J.P. Amonte presents Heal Thy Self! Edgar Cayce's Healing Remedies in the Modern Age
- July 15 at 3 p.m. - Cindy Griffith presents Ideals: Tools for Living
A limited number of discount coupons for reduced price entry to the Expo are available at the A.R.E. Bookstore & Gift Shop.
- July 14 - 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.
- July 15 - 10:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.
At the Expo, you'll find all of A.R.E. represented! Enjoy a chair massage from our spa and school therapists on site. Get a psychic reading. Browse our unique selection of books and curated crystals and gemstones, clothing items and so much spirited goodness. Consider it an A.R.E. pop-up shop experience!
M.E. Hart, JD., received his undergraduate degree in Russian Language and Law from the University of Kentucky. Hart trained in Senior Executive Leadership at Georgetown University and in Life Coaching at the Edgar Cayce A.R.E. He is certified in Social and Emotional Learning through Kornferry/Haygroup.
A student of the Cayce readings for over 20 years, Hart credits the Cayce information with being a big part of his own healing and soul development. With training, and life experience, using both cognitive and intuitive skills; Hart enjoys empowering others to find, and develop, their unique gifts.
Just call him-Hart-a spirit, a living, loving, learning, and exploring life. And, happy to share what he's learned.