The thoughts you think and the actions you take today are creating your tomorrow. What kind of future do YOU want to create for yourself?
The Edgar Cayce readings tell us we are co-creators with God and that our “Mind is the Builder.” The readings also give us guidance and tools to put those ideas into practice.
In this fun, interactive, and transformative workshop, we will use principles from Universal Laws and the “Cayce Creation Process” to empower you to create the life you want in every aspect: your relationships, your livelihood, your finances, your spiritual and physical health, and more.
Known for his practical insights, uplifting stories, and real-world experience, popular presenter and long-time A.R.E. director Patrick Belisle will help you:
- Determine your spiritual ideal—something Cayce said is THE most important thing we can do in our lifetime— with special exercises including an art project to visually represent your Ideal in the form of a mandala.
- Experience a Cayce-based meditation attuning to your ideal plus a unique guided visualization of your future, “ideal-driven” life.
- Discover where your energy comes from and remove blockages that prevent you from letting your ultimate energy flow into your life.
- Learn to ask for what you want from life—and learn to gratefully accept what you receive.
- Create a plan to take your first steps toward the life you really want.
“For the mind is the builder, and as the soul thinketh so it is.”
-Edgar Cayce Reading 261-27
This workshop will give you real-life tools to manifest your ideal future, starting today. Whether you are at a crossroads in life, or are feeling “stuck” on your spiritual path, or just need to recharge your spiritual batteries, this one-day workshop will set you on a clarified path with an invigorated sense of purpose and mission as you manifest your own positive future. What is Mind? It is Spirit, Will, and Imagination. And your spiritual ideal is your lifelong compass, giving direction to every area of your life.
PAST ATTENDEES SAY:
“Pat did a fantastic job delivering the Cayce concepts. After 50 years I finally understand the Ideal!”
“Very engaging speaker. Entertaining and informative.” “Excellent! Great content with lots of good stories and examples.”
Registration: At-door registration/book tables open at 8:30 a.m.
Meal Break: Noon to 1:30 p.m. (Restaurants within walking distance)
Financial Assistance: A limited number of partial scholarships are available for most programs. Contact A.R.E. Customer service for details.
Please Note: Venue located BEHIND the church in the red brick building called Assembly Hall. Enter via the parking lot on Mountain Ave.
9:00 AM - 4:30 PM
140 Mountain Ave
Westfield, NJ 07090
Director of Philanthropy at A.R.E. since 2006, Patrick is a mystic, a teacher, and a spiritual world traveler. He and his wife Jane spent four years wandering North America and the world. Pat has been a spiritual seeker since the age of 14 and has been a member of Edgar Cayce’s A.R.E. since 1995. He has been an A.R.E. Camp counselor since 1996, teaching children to meditate and watch their dreams for meaning. Pat has also practiced hypnotherapy since 1999.
Raised Catholic, Pat was introduced to Jung, Freud, James, and various Eastern philosophies and religions by Benedictine monks at St. John’s University in his home state of Minnesota. Since then, he has lived with Buddhist monks in Thailand, explored the inner worlds at the Osho Commune in India where he had a mystical experience which led him to spend many years studying the Cayce material.
Pat believes strongly in the power of Love and has officiated dozens of weddings as an ordained clergyperson for the Church of Spiritual Humanism. He is on the Advisory Board for Ian Stevenson's Division of Perceptual Studies at the University of Virginia where they are world experts on researching the nature of consciousness.
Patrick is known for his ability to present complex concepts in practical terms, blending his joyful humor with deep substance to help others find meaning and inspiration. From the time he was voted “Friendliest Person” in high school until this very day, Pat makes people feel right at home and cared for, from the moment you meet.