John Van Auken was in his mid-twenties when he first read the ancient Chinese Taoist text The Secret of the Golden Flower: A Chinese Book of Life—an important spiritual work whose teachings embody principles found in the Cayce readings combined with mystical Christianity, Jungian psychology, and Taoism. Decades later, after practicing the “Golden Flower” meditation method for much of his life, John has developed a unique program based on Cayce and the Golden Flower teachings and practices.
In this insightful webinar, John will share some of what he has learned from a lifetime of study and application of the life-changing spiritual principles found in this important work, including how we may inhabit material bodies surrounded by a physical world, but we are also celestial beings only temporarily incarnating; what Cayce and ancient Chinese mystics tell us about the flow of energy through the spiritual centers of the body; and how to deepen your experience of meditation. Now is your opportunity to gain new spiritual insights with a true Cayce expert.
Moderated by Cara Blume.
Important Information: After registration, you will be taken to a webpage with a link to watch the presentation. Be sure to bookmark this link as it can be used to re-watch the event with the added bonus of being able to pause, rewind, and fast-forward!
John Van Auken is an internationally renowned speaker, a long-time A.R.E. staff member, a current director at A.R.E, and a popular leader of A.R.E.’s tours to sacred sites around the world. He is the author of numerous bestselling books including Edgar Cayce on the Spiritual Forces Within You, Angels, Fairies, Demons, & the Elementals, and is co-author of his most recent, Edgar Cayce on the Mysterious Essenes: Lessons from Our Sacred Past. His extensive knowledge of the Edgar Cayce readings, the Bible, ancient Egypt mysticism, world religions, and Christ Consciousness make him a popular and authoritative teacher.
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