The Edgar Cayce Primer by Herbert B. Puryear Ph.D

The Edgar Cayce Primer by Herbert B. Puryear Ph.D

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The Edgar Cayce Primer

Discovering the Path to Self- Transformation

by Herbert B. Puryear, Ph.D

The Edgar Cayce story is one of the most compelling in inspirational literature.  Over the course of forty years the Sleeping Prophet time and again closed his eyes, entered an altered state of consciousness, and spoke to the very heat and spirit of mankind on subjects such as health, healing, dreams, meditation, sexuality, and reincarnation.  His more than 14,000 readings are preserved at the Association for Research and Enlightenment.  And now, with the guidance of Edgar Cayce, we can learn how to mine our psychic strengths for happier and healthier lives. Here are the readings of The Sleeping Prophet, condensed and simplified--the wisdom to help us make the right decisions affecting all facets of our lives.  Cayce speaks out on:  The sources of psychic development, reincarnation, Karma and grace, dreams, meditation, prayer, personal health (including diet and exercises,) holistic healing, sexuality, spirituality, rejuvenation, religion, spiritual psychology, and much more.   Cayce offers us the keys to insight, enlightenment, and total fulfillment.

About the Author

Herbert Bruce Puryear, PhD, is a trained clinical psychologist who holds a BA degree from Stanford University and a PhD from the University of North Carolina. He has specialized in integrating the insight of psychical research, depth psychology, and comparative religion. He is the author of a number of articles and several books including The Edgar Cayce Primer, Reflections on the Path, Sex and the Spiritual Path, and Meditation and the Mind of Man. Dr. Puryear is president of Logos World University in Scottsdale, Arizona.


Book Condition: Used, Very Good. The book has been read but is in a good condition. Cover shows signs of wear, but there is no actual damage to the cover or pages. Natural yellowing of pages. look at the pictures for more details. 

Format: Paperback

Bantam Books, 1982, USA

ISBN: 0-553-25278-X

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