Search for God Group starts a New session this Tuesday at 6:30pm
In 1931, Edgar Cayce began to give a series of readings that outlined individual steps toward true spiritual growth. A group of people working on understanding these concepts, practicing them, and writing about their experiences worked hand-in-hand with Edgar Cayce to put these concepts into lessons and published them as A Search for God, Books I and II.
There are three primary focuses:
Studying and discussing the material. Rather than just reading through the text, group members discuss their understanding of the information. Cayce insisted that everything one needs lies within self. In this sense, each person becomes their own teacher, and a teacher to others in the group as they show the results in their lives.
Choosing a portion of the text, or an idea from the text and discussion, to ?try-on? as an experiment until the next meeting. Personal experiences are then discussed at the subsequent meeting. In this way, the concepts from the readings are brought into practical application. Cayce says this is where the soul growth occurs; not simply by knowing, but through applying the principles.
Meditation and prayer. Through group meditation, members seek greater attunement with the Universal Forces.
Guidelines and suggestions from the Cayce readings provide a safe framework for this activity.
Prayers for others follow the meditation time.