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A Search for God Study Group

Have you ever wondered: Is there God? And if so, what is our relationship to the Divine? Why does something exist rather than nothing at all? What is the source of the universe?

Was it created by God? And if there is a Creator, why must we Search for God? Is God hiding? Or is God an absentee landlord that created a grand cosmos and then withdrew, leaving it to run its natural course, as some philosophers have surmised?

If there is a God, why all the contradictions in the various religions? And even outright warfare at times in the name God or a religious doctrine?

In the A.R.E. Center's Search For God Study Groups, we explore these and many other questions from the perspective of Edgar Cayce. The Cayce approach to spiritual awakening and a search for God is not theoretical—it is an applied approach. The process involves both inner work and outer application. The inner work is primarily prayer and meditation. The outer application involves service to others in the midst of daily life. MONDAYS, 7-9 PM: This is the NYC Center's traditional, long-running SFG group facilitated by Norman Curtis.

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