As we approach the Easter season our thoughts turn naturally toward the Biblical accounts of the resurrection of Jesus, the Christ. Beyond that, we seek to better understand the meaning of this event and to fully appreciate and apply that message to enhance our spiritual understanding and our relationship with the Christ Spirit and with humankind.
Cayce expert and best-selling author John Van Auken brings the story of Easter to life as no one else can, exploring Mary and the people around Jesus at the fateful time, and the symbolism and meaning of the events leading up to Jesus’ crucifixion, the Stations of the Cross, the Last Supper, the Trinity, the Cross and Crown, his resurrection, and his subsequent appearances before his disciples.
Regardless of one’s religion or faith, the pattern of Jesus, “Our Elder Brother,” and His message of Oneness and hope can be useful for all of us to follow. Gain a greater understanding of the meaning and message of this powerful story that urges us to be a channel of blessings to others, not only during this Holy Season, but every day of the year.
Moderated by Cara Blume.
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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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