Reincarnation Unnecessary: Edgar Cayce on Completing Your Mission on Earth
Led by Peter Woodbury
Edgar Cayce gave 18 readings where the individual was told that this could be their last walk on the earth, should they choose. In exploring these readings, certain core themes arise such as a living life with a focus on ideals, loving service and forgiveness. In this talk, we will examine these 18 readings and explore their relevance to our own lives and if indeed we are ready to complete our mission on earth.
Peter Woodbury, M.S.W., has been a student of Edgar Cayce for over 20 years. He is a graduate of Harvard University and has a Master’s Degree in Social Work from Boston University. He is a well respected and enlightening teacher of the Cayce material. He currently works for Edgar Cayce’s Association for Research and Enlightenment in Virginia Beach, Virginia, where he oversees the Visitors Center and the daily lecture program. He is a frequent speaker at A.R.E. conferences, lectures around the globe, and his articles have appeared in “Venture Inward” magazine. His deepest research is in Cayce perspective on reincarnation, soul mates, the Christ material and the Universal or Oneness Laws. He also leads tours for the A.R.E. to the sacred sites in Egypt, Israel, Peru and Mexico. He is fluent in Spanish and conversant in French. He also has a theater background and several times a year portrays Edgar Cayce in the highly acclaimed one man production, “An Evening with Edgar Cayce”. He also works part time as a psychotherapist, focusing on the power of spirituality and faith as tools for transformation. A meditation practitioner since the age of 17, Peter is perhaps best known for his warmth and friendliness, his infectious sense of humor and his ability to make complicated material accessible to almost everyone. He lives in Virginia Beach.
The Forum is hosted by and held at the Association for Reasearch and Enlightmant (A.R.E.) located at 215 67th Street, Virginia Beach, VA 23451 Toll free: 800-333-4499; 757-428-3588
from 7:30 P.M. until 9:45 P.M.