Psychic experiences are not things of the past which only saints and sages could manage; they are alive within each of us every day. And, according to Edgar Cayce, they are meant to be useful to us and those who we love and serve. Many scientists will tell you psychic experiences are not possible in this physical Universe… while others have applied scientific methods and found otherwise. If you have ever wondered about psychic experiences – your own or others’ – or wanted to learn about what they are or how they might work, you should attend this presentation. Tell your curious friends and teenagers, your skeptical colleagues and family members, and even your church members and caregivers, they should consider participating in this mind-opening, insightful, and fun presentation. You won’t learn THIS in school! At the end of the presentation, you will also be given a chance to test your own psychic abilities.
Patrick Belisle is a spiritual world traveler, having spent four years straight wandering North America and literally going around the world. Raised Catholic, he has been a spiritual seeker since age 14 when he led his church’s youth Bible study group, going on to study theology with Benedictine monks in college. Since then, Patrick has lived with Buddhist monks in Thailand, taught meditation and dreamwork as an A.R.E. Camp counselor for 15 years, and has practiced hypnotherapy since 1999. Patrick believes strongly in the power of Love and has officiated dozens of weddings and led many marriage-preparation workshops in his role as an ordained clergyperson for the Church of Spiritual Humanism. When he is not having psychic experiences or wandering the world, his day job is raising money for Edgar Cayce’s A.R.E. in Virginia Beach. Patrick blends his joyful humor with deep substance to help others find love, meaning, and inspiration.
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.
FREE and Open to the Public – Donations Accepted