2:00 PM - 4:00 PM ET
A core teaching from Cayce’s readings on health and wholeness is that “all healing comes from within.” In this two-hour webinar, we’ll explore practical steps for connecting to inner resources for transforming dis-ease as we experience it physically, attitudinally, emotionally, and even spiritually.
Watch Mark Thurston's Video Above or Watch Mary Elizabeth's Video
We’ll start with a short and confidential personal assessment questionnaire – in essence, asking oneself, “Where are the places in my life where I need most to experience enhanced health and wholeness?”
Then, you will be introduced to a template from Cayce’s health readings for connecting to your Inner Healer.
- Building a new relationship with your ideals.
- Reconfiguring how to see and understand the dis-ease in your life.
- Creating an achievable self-care program that takes advantage of the inherent links between body, mind, and spirit.
You’ll leave this webinar with a personal plan of application for making a stronger connection with the forces of healing and wholeness that live within you.
This webinar is offered by the A.R.E.’s new Tarsia Center for Inner Transformation and Healing.
Registrants for this program will receive a $49 credit toward tuition for the 14-week online course “Keys to Inner Transformation and Healing” which begins in early January 2024.
GENERAL ADMISSION $49
A.R.E. MEMBER $49
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM ET
Mary Elizabeth Lynch, JD is an educator, organization leader, and conflict transformation specialist who serves as president of the non-profit Personal Transformation and Courage Institute. She is an adjunct faculty member of George Mason University where she teaches courses about mindfulness, resilience, and self-care. Mary Elizabeth is a life member of A.R.E. and has been a student of the Cayce readings for 45 years, in addition to her in-depth studies of other traditions of spirituality and healing, including Vajrayana Buddhism.
Mark Thurston, PhD is an educator, author, and longtime leader within the A.R.E., including his current position as a member of the organization’s Board of Trustees. His full-time job is associate professor at George Mason University where he teaches courses about mind-body health, consciousness, meaning. He is author of more than a dozen books about spirituality, personal transformation, and finding one’s calling in life.