Edgar Cayce on Transforming Fear into Positive Action
featuring Corinne Cayce, MA
Sometimes the fears we face are easily recognized circumstances right before our eyes. Other times our fears live as the unexplored undercurrents that influence how we show up in our lives. Whether palpable or mysterious, the Cayce readings suggest that our fear energy can be transformed into creative, constructive motivations and actions. This session explores the Cayce material on fear, providing everyday practices and experiential exercises for shifting our relationship to our fears, freeing us to live more fully our highest vision for ourselves.
Pre-registered - $55, At Door - $65
Program lasts from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., with a lunch (nearby) break
A great granddaughter of Edgar Cayce, Corinne Cayce was raised on material from the Cayce readings and has continued to study and apply the readings as the core of her spiritual path. The sudden and unexpected death of her father, Charles Thomas Cayce, in 2016, pushed her to explore more deeply the readings related to death and loss. Corinne is a speaker and writer for the A.R.E. and a life coach who focuses on helpline clients incorporate material from Cayce readings into their daily lives. She has a Master's degree in leadership from Naropa University and lives in the Blue Ridge Mountains outside Charlottesville, Virginia with her husband and two children.