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Edgar Cayce's View on illness/disease. 

Illness or dis-ease has its origins in our spiritual disconnection from our Source. This disconnection affects the mind and has a resulting negative impact in our lives. A phrase you will hear often is that “spirit is the life, mind is the builder and the physical is the result”. 


Edgar Cayce Mind – Body –Spirit Life Coaching (CLC) is a unique approach to helping individuals make changes in their lives for the better. It is based on the work of the mystic healer, Edgar Cayce. Edgar Cayce was called the forerunner of holistic medicine by the renowned Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA). 

 

Meditation

Although meditation has long been an accepted practice in the East, it wasn’t until the 1960s that it gained acceptance in the West.Today, clinical research has proven that meditation has positive effects on an individual’s overall health, and many physicians now recommend it to their patients as a way to combat stress. Interestingly enough, Edgar Cayce was recommending meditation in the late 1920s and 1930s.


In simplest terms, meditation is the practice of quieting our physical bodies and our minds, and focusing our attention inward instead of upon the world around us. As you begin to practice meditation daily, it will become easier. You might also notice that the sense of peace inside you during meditation will begin to carry over into the different parts of your day. Although some schools of thought suggest that the mind should be blank when you are meditating, Cayce’s material suggests that the mind is a constructive force and allows for the closest attunement possible if used in the right way.


Cayce often suggested we focus our minds on a positive affirmation during meditation.You may choose to repeat a phrase in your mind, like “I am at peace,” or “God is love,”then try to hold the feeling of the phrase (peace,love,joy,contentment) in your consciousness as you sit in silence. Even beginners may experience the calming effects of a few moments of purposeful silence or positively focused thought.