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Edgar Cayce amazing awake or asleep!

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Edgar Cayce

Biography


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Every year, tens of thousands of people from all over the world become interested in the life work of one ordinary man. 

He was an average individual in most respects: a loving husband, a father of two children, a skilled photographer, a devoted Sunday School teacher, and an eager gardener. 

Yet, throughout his life, he also displayed one of the most remarkable psychic talents of all time. 

His name was Edgar Cayce.

 

 For forty-three years of his adult life,

Edgar Cayce demonstrated the

uncanny ability to put himself into

some kind of self-induced sleep

state by lying down on a couch,

closing his eyes,

and folding his hands

over his stomach. 

This state of relaxation and

meditation enabled him to place his

mind in contact with all time

and space. 

From this state he could respond

to questions as diverse as, 

“What are the secrets of the universe?” 

to 

“How can I remove a wart?” 

His responses to these questions

came to be called “readings”

and contain insights so valuable

that even to this day individuals

have found practical help for

everything from maintaining a

well-balanced diet and improving

human relationships to overcoming

life-threatening illnesses and

experiencing a closer walk

with God.

 Though Cayce died nearly

half a century ago,

the timeliness of the material in

the readings is evidenced by

approximately one dozen biographies 

 and more than 300 titles that discuss

various aspects of this man’s

life and work. 

These books contain a corpus of

information so valuable that even

Edgar Cayce himself might have

hesitated to predict their impact

on the latter part of the twentieth

century. 

Sixty years ago who could have

known that terms such as

“meditation,” “akashic records,”

“spiritual growth,” “auras,”

“soul mates,” and “holism”

would become household words

to hundreds of thousands? 

Further details about his life and

work are explored in such classic

works as There Is a River (1942)

by Thomas Sugrue, 

The Sleeping Prophet (1967)

by Jess Stearn, 

Many Mansions (1950)

by Gina Cerminara, and 

Edgar Cayce-An American Prophet

(2000) by Sidney Kirkpatrick.


 

            


 Daily for over forty years

of his adult life,

Cayce would lie down on a couch

with his hands folded over his

stomach and allow himself to

enter a self-induced sleep state. 


Then,

provided with the name and location

of an individual anywhere in the

world he would speak in a normal

voice and give answers to any

questions about that person that

he was asked. 


These answers, which came to be

called “readings” were written down

by a stenographer, who kept one

copy on file and sent another to the

person who had requested the

information.


Today on file at the Association

for Research and Enlightenment, Inc.

(A.R.E.), in Virginia Beach, Virginia,

are copies of more than 14,000 of

Edgar Cayce’s readings. 


These are available to the public

and have been filed along with any

follow-up reports received from

the individuals who had asked

for the readings. 


This material represents the most

massive collection of psychic

information ever obtained from

a single source. 


The organization founded by

Cayce in 1931 to document,

research and disseminate his

information has grown from a

few hundred supporters at the

time of Cayce’s death in 1945

to one which is worldwide. 


 

                    


Countless individuals have been

touched by the life work of this

man who was raised a simple

farm boy and yet became one of

the most versatile and credible

psychics the world has

ever known.


 Since 1901,

the information in the Cayce readings

has been explored by individuals

from every imaginable background

and discipline. 


In addition to individuals from all

walks and stations of life, this vast

scope of materials has come to the

attention of educators, historians,

theologians, medical professionals,

and scientists. 


No doubt, part of the attraction

has been that regardless of the

field of study,

Cayce has continually proven

himself years ahead of his time. 


Decades ago,

he was emphasizing the

importance of diet, attitudes,

emotions, exercise, and

the patient’s role – 

physically, mentally,

and spiritually –

in the treatment of illness. 


As a result, he has been called

“the father of holistic medicine”

and has been recognized for

describing the workings of the

human body and foreseeing

the direction of health care.


 In the field of psychology,

he has often been compared

to Carl Jung. 


In the realm of education,

he stands with Rudlolf Steiner.

Dr. Richard H. Drummond,

one of the world’s most renowned

theological scholars, called the

Cayce information on spirituality

“the finest devotional material

of the 20th century.”


In history,

the Cayce readings gave insights

into Judaism that were verified

a decade after his death. 


In world affairs,

he saw the collapse of communism

nearly fifty years before it happened. 


Even in the field of physics,

a professor and fellow of the

American Physical Society

theorized a connection between

the elementary-particle theory

and the way in which Edgar Cayce

received his information. 


Repeatedly,

science and history have validated

concepts and ideas explored in

Cayce’s psychic information. 


The wealth of these insights has

resulted in hundreds of books that

explore various aspects of this

man’s life and work, not to mention

foreign translations around

the globe.


 

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 As fascinating as the breadth of the material and its accuracy is the activity level of Cayce’s mind while he was in the reading state.   

It was not unusual for Edgar Cayce to be giving a reading, laying on his couch, somehow mentally in touch with another individual and his or her surroundings, activities, and relationships, providing answers to any question imaginable or any time-frame in history, and at the same time have a personal dream that Cayce could recall upon awakening. 

 

 

Occasionally, it was found that at the same time all this was going on, if an individual in the room with Cayce thought of something, he could respond to their query without even being asked! 


                  

Even a casual perusal of the Cayce information makes it quite evident that the capacity of this man’s mind was not limited to what we might call the conventional parameters of time and space.

Perhaps we can gain insights into this amazing talent from one of Edgar Cayce’s own dreams. 

In 1932, while giving a reading to another individual, Cayce had a dream in which he saw himself as a tiny dot that began to be elevated as if in a whirlwind. 

As the dot rose, the rings of the whirlwind became larger and larger, each one encompassing a greater span of space than the one that had gone before it. 

There were also spaces between each ring that the sleeping Cayce recognized as the various levels of consciousness development. 

A reading was given confirming that this experience had provided a visual representation of the very thing that transpired as Cayce entered the trance state. 

The information went on to say, “As indicated, the entity is – in the affairs of the world – a tiny speck, as it were, a mere grain of sand; 

yet when raised in the ‘During Cayce’s life, the Edgar Cayce readings were all numbered to provide confidentiality. 

The first set of numbers (e.g., “294”) refers to the individual or group for whom the reading was given. 

The second set of numbers (e.g. “131”) refers to the number in the series from which the reading is taken. 

For example, (294-131) identifies the reading as the one hundred and thirty first given to the individual assigned #294. atmosphere or realm of the spiritual forces it becomes all inclusive…” 

In other words, as he entered the readings state, he was no longer limited to the confines of space or time and was able to make available to himself higher levels of consciousness. 

 

  

It was a talent which would enable him to access insights into virtually anything imaginable.

 Once this ability was underway, Edgar Cayce stated that his information was derived from essentially two sources: 

 

           

1) the subconscious mind of the individual for whom he was giving the reading; and, 

2) an etheric source of information, called the “Akashic Records,” which is apparently some kind of universal database for every thought, word, or deed that has ever transpired in the earth. 

In the language of the readings, these sources are further described as follows:

(Q) From what source does this body Edgar Cayce derive its information?

(A) The information as given or obtained from this body is gathered from the sources from which the suggestion may derive its information. 

In this state the conscious mind becomes subjugated to the subconscious, superconscious or soul mind; and may and does communicate with like minds, and the subconscious or soul force becomes universal. 

 

         

From any subconscious mind information may be obtained, either from this plane or from the impressions as left by the individuals that have gone on before, as we see a mirror reflecting direct that which is before it…

Through the forces of the soul, through the mind of others as presented, or that have gone on before; 

through the subjugation of the physical forces in this manner, the body obtains the information. 

 In giving an interpretation of the records as we find them, it is well – especially for this entity – that there be given a premise from which the reasoning is drawn. 

Upon time and space is written the thoughts, the deeds, the activities of an entity – as in relationships to its environs, its hereditary influence; as directed – or judgment drawn by or according to what the entity’s ideal is. 

Hence, as it has been oft called, the record is God’s book of remembrance; 

and each entity, each soul – as the activities of a single day of an entity in the material world – 

either makes same good or bad or indifferent, depending upon the entity’s application of self towards that which is the ideal manner for the use of time, opportunity and the EXPRESSION of that for which each soul enters a material manifestation. 

The interpretation then as drawn here is with the desire and hope that, in opening this for the entity, the experience may be one of helpfulness and hopefulness.

 

 

 

2 Responses to “Edgar Cayce amazing awake or asleep!”

  1. Universal Consciousness is an unending group of extremely intelligent particles . Individual Particles from amongst the all pervading group occupy different bodies on the earth.

  2. Universal Consciousness is an unending group of extremely intelligent particles . Individual Particles from amongst the all pervading group occupy different bodies on the earth.
    In Hinduism we call this consciousness as lord Shiva.


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