As 2022 draws to a close, many of us resolve to live our lives to the fullest and to connect more deeply with our inner selves and enhance our spiritual practices.
Using the transformative power of the A Search for God study group material—considered by many to be Edgar Cayce’s greatest legacy—and other inspirational teachings, long-time Cayce students/teachers Judith Stevens; Jessica Newell, MALS; Corinne Cayce, MA; Dr. JP Amonte, DC CMT CHt; Lora Little, MA EdD; and Nicholas Theo, MEd will share unique, powerful tools for shaping your current and future life in practical, readily-applied ways.
But you don’t need to be in a study group to benefit from these soul-expanding lessons, like:
- Learning to use affirmations to shape your current and future life patterns
- Discovering how to stay spiritually and personally motivated to make positive life changes
- Finding ways to create a more peaceful world by focusing on your own personal sense of inner peace
- Using natural healing herbs and remedies from Cayce’s recommendations to nurture wellness and vitality
Experience this inspiring program online at your own pace, and even join a special “midnight meditation” that you can view at midnight to ring in the New Year—or at any time!
Special discounts are available for current A Search for God study group members, as well as scholarship funds for those who need assistance.
A.R.E. Members - $155
General - $195
Are you a life member? Register for this conference for free.
Judith Stevens has been a student of the Cayce material for over 45 years. Currently A.R.E.’s National Outreach Manager, she also founded A.R.E.’s Prison Outreach Program and was formerly manager of the Study Group Department. As a staff member for over 20 years, she is a regular long-time contributor to Venture Inward and the A.R.E. Journal. Judith has lectured extensively for A.R.E. on many topics from the Cayce readings, with a special emphasis on principles found in the A Search for God readings. She is also a poet, musician, and yoga instructor.
Corinne Cayce is an integral leadership coach and a lifelong student of the Edgar Cayce readings. She is certified as a New Ventures West Professional Coach and has a Master’s degree in leadership from Naropa University where her research focused on meditation, organizational development and authentic leadership.
Since 2015, Corinne has worked with leaders across non-profit, corporate, healthcare and entrepreneurial sectors to support them in achieving their vision of excellence. A great granddaughter of Edgar Cayce, Corinne was raised on material from the Cayce readings and has continued to study and apply the readings as the core of her spiritual path.
Corinne is a speaker and writer for the A.R.E. and serves as the A.R.E.’s family outreach programming coordinator. Corinne is thrilled to be able to offer trainings that combine cutting edge leadership development with ideas from the Cayce readings to create a rich path of learning and applied spirituality.
Jessica Newell has a master’s in archival studies from East Tennessee State University, which she pursued after a rewarding internship working with 19th century court documents at a county clerk’s office. Her position as the archivist for the Edgar Cayce Foundation combines her love of historical preservation and public history education. Her passion for the Cayce legacy is evident in her presentations.
Lora Hunter Little, EdD, is a long-time A.R.E. Study Group member and student of the Cayce readings who has traveled extensively to ancient sites throughout North and Central America, and is also a part of the A.R.E. Atlantis Research team working in Guatemala and the Bahamas with Greg Little. She is coauthor of six books including Edgar Cayce’s Atlantis. Lora and Greg are also former co-writers/editors of the A.R.E. Ancient Mysteries Newsletter.
Dr. Jean Paul (JP) Amonte DC, CMT, CHt, currently serves as Lead Instructor & Clinician of the A.R.E., maintaining clinical practice at the A.R.E. Health Center & Spa and a classroom presence at the Cayce/Reilly School of Massage. Dr. Amonte grew up in Virginia Beach, and after completing High School, he attended Wake Forest University, earning a bachelor's in Psychology and Biochemistry. Pursuing a background in Holistic Healing, JP graduated from Cayce/Reilly School of Massage, earned a Hypnotherapy certificate with Dr. Allen Chips, then moved to California and earned a Doctorate of Chiropractic at Palmer College West. Dr. JP Amonte graduated Magna Cum Laude in 2011, served as President of the Student Government and also was selected for the Virgil V. Strang Philosophy Award for his Cayce-based approach. Over the past 10 years, Dr. Amonte has been a featured speaker on Holistic Healing and Edgar Cayce's approach to health, presenting across the country and internationally. Currently, Dr. Amonte has published over a dozen YouTube videos on the A.R.E. Channel entitled “Heal Thy Self,” writes for Venture Inward magazine, and hosts a weekly Wellness Wednesday live video stream on the A.R.E. Facebook page. He is a popular lecturer at Edgar Cayce's A.R.E., and appeared in the 2017 Japanese documentary “The Readings.” He is an international speaker and published author on “Heal Thy Self,” and enjoys sharing his passion with everyone he meets.
Nicholas Theo, MEd was raised with the Edgar Cayce materials with his interests in Western spirituality and astrology starting at an early age. Over time, his interest in astrology evolved into a side vocation with a focus on research on the practical application of soul astrology. Since 1980, Nick has read charts professionally for individuals and organizations. Nick regularly lectures and also teaches students in the US, Europe, and Asia. He has written articles for Edgar Cayce's A.R.E.’s blog, wrote an astrology column (2014-18) for the Canadian Open Roads magazine, and his articles have been translated and distributed in Europe and China. Nick works in higher education and is an academic program manager for the UK based Alef Trust.