Edgar Cayce predicted that the medicine of the future would be music and sound (EC 949-12). That future is now!
Join us for this special weekend and discover how the power of music, sound, and color—types of vibrational energies—can heal and transform our lives, and learn what Edgar Cayce said about how these energies can influence our spiritual path and how they affect our body and mind.
Explore both the scientific and spiritual basis of using music and sound as a healing modality, as well as what Cayce said about the power and meaning of colors and their presence in the body’s aura and the chakras. Find out how your own self-created sounds can enhance your health and wellness, and learn recent research into the power of music to heal, reduce stress, and lessen pain.
Through a series of experiential exercises and meditations, you will learn how these powerful vibrational energies can:
- energize your brain and improve your immune system
- help release and transform harmful emotions
- enhance relaxation, tune your nervous system, and align your body’s energy fields
- reduce stress and lift your consciousness
Take a look at Cayce’s unique description of Ra Ta’s healing practices in early ancient Egypt AND experience the incredible sounds generated and recorded in the Great Pyramid as you explore and apply the unique concepts of Dr. Allen’s “Acoustical Pyramid Sounds Project.”
Registration begins: Friday 5:45 p.m. Program concludes: Sunday noon
Edgar Cayce's A.R.E.
215 67th Street
Virginia Beach, VA 23451
Cindy Griffith is a psychic, spiritual teacher, conference speaker, and blogger. Author of Soul Soothers: Mini Meditations for Busy Lives and co-author of Voyage of Purpose and Grow Your Spiritual Business, she travels extensively as a guest psychic and spiritual teacher to locations around the world, including Tokyo and Australia. With clients and students worldwide, Cindy shares her psychic insights and teaches throughout the U.S., online via Zoom and LearnitLive, at Edgar Cayce’s A.R.E. in Virginia Beach, and at international conferences. Cindy recently earned her master’s degree which focused on “The Mystic’s Journey to Spiritual Maturity.” Find more about Cindy, her classes, articles, books, and psychic readings at CindyGriffith.com
Thomas G. Allen received a PhD in Psychology from Texas A&M in 1984. He has been in private practice since 1985, and is currently a consulting forensic psychologist. Between 1970-1975, he was introduced to the Seth materials as well as the Edgar Cayce information. As a seeker investigating the nature of reality and the soul, he has continued a lifelong pursuit in the development of spiritual practices that would not only benefit himself, but also be of benefit to all of humanity. A dream in 1990 led him to begin his exploration of sound as a tool to heal and deepen the spiritual connection. This sound project is now known as the Acoustical Pyramid and the number and intensity of sounds (songs) are under continual development. These sounds assist the listener in reaching ever deeper states of consciousness and stronger connections with one's Higher Self and the Universal Forces. His website is www.AcousticalPyramid.com.
Described by Leonard Bernstein as “extremely musical, a vivid personality, and a strong performer”, Kate Tamarkin has had a distinguished career of 35 years as an orchestral conductor, conducting some of the world's leading orchestras from Chicago to Shanghai. Bridging both the professional and academic worlds, Ms. Tamarkin recently retired from the University of Virginia, where she conducted the Charlottesville Symphony at the University of Virginia for 11 seasons. She holds a Doctor of Musical Arts from the Peabody Conservatory of Music. Kate has a deep interest in the use of music to promote healing. She is a Certified Music Practitioner through the Music for Healing and Transition Program, and plays the Celtic harp as a Musician in Residence at the UVa Medical Center. She is also the Program Coordinator for the Music by the Bedside program at the Hospice of the Piedmont. This program assigns trained music practitioners to play at the bedside of hospice patients at every stage of their journey. Combining a classical music background with a lifelong interest in the Cayce material, Kate has been a guest speaker at Unity of Charlottesville.
Marianne Splenda, MEd has been a student of the Cayce information for forty years and is a lecturer on the Cayce information, meditation, and how to develop one’s intuition. She has served in various positions within the A.R.E. organization, most recently as the Area Team Coordinator of Northern California and as a member of the A.R.E. Board of Trustees. Marianne recently teamed up with Thomas G. Allen, Ph.D. and his Acoustical Pyramid, Inc. project, sharing how the Edgar Cayce information supports these unique sounds as a tool for healing and as a tool for deepening our meditations as we strive for attunement.