We know that the death of our physical body is a part of our journey here on earth. We wonder, what happens when we die? How do we prepare for our own death and for the loss of our loved ones, spiritually, mentally, and physically? Are afterlife communications with our loved ones--through our dreams and other experiences--real, and if so, what do they mean?
Whether we like it or not, death is always close beside us--both through the truth of our own mortality and the inevitable loss of those we hold most dear. The Edgar Cayce readings offer profound teachings on death, and in this experiential program, you will explore the material in the Cayce readings on preparation for death, and for life after death. From the perspective of our soul's journey, you'll gain new insights into the connection between life and death.
In this experiential program, you will:
- Discover what the readings say about the first ten minutes after death and the process of the soul's awakening on the other side
- Acquire a deeper understanding of the Edgar Cayce readings on life after death and what they mean for your own soul's journey
- Gain insights on the relationship between how we choose to live and how we will experience life after we cross over
- Learn practices for preparing for death and transition and for living each day in meaningful ways
- Get tools for supporting a loved one who has or will soon pass on
- Experience meditation and dream analysis techniques that will help you stay in touch with your higher self
Corinne Cayce, MA, Edgar Cayce’s great-granddaughter brings insights that are both deeply personal and profound, with stories and examples from her own life and her lifetime studying the readings. Don't miss this rare opportunity to learn from a teacher with unique insights into the Edgar Cayce material!
“It is not all of life to live, nor all of death to die; for one is the beginning of the other...” Edgar Cayce reading 2842-2
Past attendees say of Corinne:
“Very personal and engaging. Thought provoking”
“Excellent! A well-constructed presentation of good Cayce basics combined with honest, open, sincere, meaningful, personal stories. A lecturer in the lineage of Hugh Lynn and Charles Thomas.”
“Very good-her kind soul shone through-her example was inspiring.”
Registration: At-door registration/book tables open at 8:30 a.m.
Meal Break: Noon-1:30 p.m. (Restaurants are within driving distance.)
Financial Assistance: A limited number of partial scholarships are available for most programs. Contact A.R.E. Customer service for details.
9:00 AM - 4:30 PM
15 W. 39th Street
New York , NY 10018
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 helping 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.