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The team of Edgar Cayce s teachings and John Van Auken s writings has produced some of the best content on personal spiritual growth and mind expanding enlightenment for nearly thirty years. This latest effort adds another gem in their long list. For these two authors, meditation is as important as breathing. They take the practice very seriously and yet make it so accessi ...more
Paperback, 300 pages
Published October 26th 2007 by A R E Press (first published April 16th 2007)
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A little time each day spent in meditation can make a world of difference in your life. Just as research has found that it is necessary for a person to dream, and getting a good night's sleep is vital to performing at optimum levels, so it is with meditation. This often under-utilized tool for life and living plays an important role in your physical, mental, and spiritual being.

Even a little meditation can make a difference, and this book can help you get started or expand upon your knowledge b
The full meditation is described in the final chapter of the book (p 213-216). It is dangerous to practice the incomplete meditations as described earlier in the book. John Van Auken even notes the issues with missing a step (like failing to open the 6th and 7th chakras before raising the kundalini energy p 205, & failing to redistribute the energy from the head to the rest of the body p 216) but does not mention these steps in his earlier instructions.
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The origins of life, in the metaphysical sense, began with the creation of the celestial beings. According to Edgar Cayce’s readings of the Akashic Record, first came the Son, the Logos, or the Word -- as indicated in John’s Gospel: “In the beginning was the Word; and the Word was with God and the Word was God.” Out of the Word or this central primordial expression of life, all else was created. A ...more
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