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On-Demand Webinar: Finding Your Mission in Life with Mark Thurston
An Edgar Cayce Encore Webinar Presentation
Identify your soul purpose and give yourself a path forward for applying that mission in a world deeply in need of people who can live such purpose-directed lives.
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In this pre-recorded, on-demand webinar Mark Thurston, PhD discusses Finding Your Mission in Life

We are all here on Earth at this unprecedented time for a reason. We each have an important soul purpose we are being called to fulfill—our mission in life. But how do we discover that mission? Dr. Mark Thurston, author of the best-selling Discovering Your Soul’s Purpose, 2nd edition, will help you develop a strategy for identifying your own personal “mission statement” that will help guide you to live your life to your highest potential. Drawing from the Edgar Cayce readings and other sources, and using real-life examples, Dr. Thurston will lead you through a process of self-exploration that will help you uncover your mission—a kind of personal “vision quest” – which can help you identify your soul purpose and give you a path forward for applying that mission in a world deeply in need of people who can live such purpose-directed lives. No matter what stage of life you are in, this fascinating and insightful webinar will help guide you toward living a richer, more meaningful life.

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We each have an important soul purpose we are being called to fulfill—our mission in life.
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Mark Thurston, Ph.D. is an educator, psychologist, and author of more than a dozen books about personal spirituality.  He is currently an associate professor at George Mason University in the School of Integrative Studies, and he serves as the faculty coordinator for a campus-wide undergraduate minor in well-being – including academic courses about mindfulness, resilience, and positive psychology.  Mark worked at A.R.E. and Atlantic University from 1973 to 2008, including periods in jobs such as A.R.E. Camp counselor (two full summers), youth activities coordinator, director of educational development, co-executive director, and for his final eight years in Virginia Beach as Atlantic University’s director of academic affairs.  Mark and his wife of 39 years Mary Elizabeth Lynch are co-founders of the non-profit educational organization the Personal Transformation and Courage Institute (Transformationandcourage.org), for which Mary Elizabeth serves as president.  They are parents of two adult children, and they also love their relatively new roles as grandparents.  More about his work can be found at MarkThurston.com.