Spiritual Healing for Personal Prosperity

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Edgar Cayce lived during a time of global uncertainty, with the world at war, as well as a time when many faced personal economic hardship due to the Great Depression. So it's not surprising that a number of individuals came to Cayce seeking relief from their personal financial problems. Of the thousands of readings Cayce gave, a full 200 address this topic of spiritual economic healing.

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Overview

Edgar Cayce lived during a time of global uncertainty, with the world at war, as well as a time when many faced personal economic hardship due to the Great Depression. So it's not surprising that a number of individuals came to Cayce seeking relief from their personal financial problems. Of the thousands of readings Cayce gave, a full 200 address this topic of spiritual economic healing.

Exploring the Cayce "Economic Healing" readings will teach you:

How to put material wealth into its proper perspective;

The importance of ideals and faith when working with financial issues;

The value of service to others;

How and why you should put to use what you already possess;

And, ultimately, how to overcome your financial challenges.

Rather than seeing financial hardships as some sort of punishment or mistakenly assuming that the experience of poverty can somehow make someone more "spiritual," the Cayce readings suggest that-seen correctly-the process of achieving economic healing can embody a worthwhile experience in personal growth.

With foreword and special message from Kevin J. Todeschi, executive director and CEO of the A.R.E.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780876046098
  • Publisher: A. R. E. Press
  • Publication date: 2/15/2011
  • Pages: 160
  • Sales rank: 605,519
  • Product dimensions: 5.40 (w) x 8.20 (h) x 0.70 (d)

Table of Contents

Foreword: Who Was Edgar Cayce? vii

Edgar Cayce on Dealing with Personal Financial Problems Kevin J. Todeschi xi

Chapter 1 Selected Individual Case Histories 1

Chapter 2 Putting Material Things into Proper Perspective 31

Chapter 3 The Importance of Ideals and Faith When Working with Financial Issues 55

Chapter 4 Being of Service and Putting to Use What You Already Possess 83

Chapter 5 Overcoming Financial Challenges 104

Chapter 6 Miscellaneous Advice from the Edgar Cayce Readings 127

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