Edgar Cayce's rare mind tuned to the Universal Mind gives us extraordinary insights into the power of our own minds.
A recognized seer, Cayce explains the origin and destiny of mind and its amazing potential as he shows us how to expand our consciousness beyond self and explains the influential mind-body connection that means so much to our health: physically, emotionally, and mentally.
In this fascinating book, Cayce illustrates how "thoughts are things," that may become "crimes or miracles" in our lives. He explains how by changing our thinking patterns, we can change our lives for the better.
He gives a unique view into our minds at sleep-describing the influences motivating our dreams and visions, and showing us how to better interpret them. He clarifies why the dreaming mind is so much more important to us than we realize.
In one special chapter Cayce explains how our minds are our builder, capable of taking us anywhere we want to go-as the old saying goes: as we think, so we become. He also addresses the need to move away from a too self-centered consciousness, opening up to a larger consciousness with powerful intuition and precognition, giving us more access to ideas and wisdom.
Lastly, Cayce takes us to the wondrous metaphysical realms of God-consciousness and cosmic consciousness. He compares our human minds with the Infinite Mind and explains how the two may know each other and work together to solve all life's problems.
|Publisher:||A. R. E. Press|
|Product dimensions:||5.50(w) x 8.20(h) x 0.50(d)|
Table of Contents
Foreword: Who was Edgar Cayce? Charles Thomas Cayce vii
Editor's Explanation of Cayce's Discourses John Van Auken ix
Chapter 1 As a Mind Thinks, So It Is! 1
Chapter 2 Thoughts Are Things! 7
Chapter 3 Body-Mind Connection 13
Chapter 4 Mind Is the Builder 50
Chapter 5 Too Conscious of Self 58
Chapter 6 Dreams and Visions 73
Chapter 7 Destiny of the Mind 92
Chapter 8 The Mind Is Symbolized in the Son 119