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Be Your Own Psychic! Learn From the Experts at the Edgar Cayce Center
Think you have what it takes to predict the outcomes of life events? A weekend in Virginia Beach may be the key to unleashing your psychic abilities when the Association For Research and Enlightenment hosts the conference Be Your Own Psychic from February 7-10.
Are You Psychic?
It may have happened to you once or twice, a sense of foreboding punctuated by a queasy stomach or goosebumps on your skin despite the warm temperature. Maybe you were about to go somewhere or do something, but you experience a rebellion in your mind or body that advises you to change your plans. You trust your instincts and find you've averted disaster.
Call it what you will - the heebie-jeebies, a gut feeling, a hunch, intuition - but some may think on these situations and not connect them to possible psychic phenomena. Should we be surprised to discover that our own instincts are correct, that it is mere coincidence when we see a baseball player drop a potential third out, or see a toy go on sale after we purchase it, and we say to ourselves, I knew that was going to happen?
Were the psychic Edgar Cayce alive today, there is a chance he would say we shouldn't be so alarmed. Known as "the sleeping prophet" and perhaps the most documented psychic of the past century, Cayce encouraged self-discovery of natural psychic abilities through spiritual development. More than seventy-five years after the founding of his Association For Research and Enlightenment (A.R.E.), his legacy for nurturing these talents for overall self-improvement continues. February's Be Your Own Psychic is designed as a down-to-earth program presented by experts in the field of psychology, intuitive training, and other transpersonal studies.
What to Expect
Will you be able to predict Super Bowl outcomes and winning lottery numbers for fun and profit? One can never be certain. The Be Your Own Psychic program is geared more toward influencing self-improvement through keener instincts.
Author and psychic Carol Ann Liaros and Dr. Henry Reed are the scheduled guides on this exciting journey of self-awareness. Conference attendees will be given the opportunity not only to have a psychic reading done for them, but will learn how to interpret that reading and hone their own intuitive skills to "read" their own lives through dream interpretation, inspirational writing, and remote viewing. The psychic fair, accessible only by paid conference registrants, allows for the experience of meeting with experts in astrology, tarot, palmistry, psychometry (the act of predicting information by touching a specific object), and dowsing, or using pendulums to divine events.
This is an intensive program covering three and a half days of workshops, meditation, and fellowship. Whether you are a psychic enthusiast or someone in need of a gentle nudge toward making better decisions about career, relationships, and life in general, the A.R.E.'s Be Your Own Psychic conference promises to be an unforgettable, lively experience.
Be Your Own Psychic! It's the Edgar Cayce legacy will be held from Thursday, February 7 through Sunday, February 10 at the A.R.E. Visitors Center in Virginia Beach. Early attendees may schedule appointments for readings on Wednesday, February 6. Registration for this event is $515 per person, or $485 for two or more people, with discounts available to A.R.E. members and senior citizens. Registration does not include transportation or lodging for out-of-town guests.
To register for this conference or to learn more, contact the A.R.E. at 888-273-0020 or visit the A.R.E. online at EdgarCayce.org