2015 anniversary weekend1

Last weekend turned out to be one of the most memorable celebrations in our Center’s history! We welcomed Cayce biographers Sidney & Nancy Kirkpatrick (pictured above, center) as our special guest presenters of True Tales from the Cayce Archives, along with several of our NYC Center luminaries, including founding director Lynne Miceli (above, left) and her husband Peter who drove up from Virginia Beach to help us in “Honoring our Past, Building Our Future, Evolving Our Consciousness.” And, on Sunday, in expressing heartfelt gratitude to our Volunteers!

Thanks to all who made this Anniversary such a heart-centered, uplifting, community-healing celebration!

  • Study group facilitators Norman Curtis, Dr. Elyse Curtis, Catherine Outeiral and Paul Dorogoff who shared decades of wisdom from applying the Cayce readings.
  • Extraordinary energy healers Anton Baraschi and Peter Goldbeck for sharing their unique healing gifts with all attending, with our Center and with our entire community.
  • Staff and key volunteers who supported our efforts: Miranda Rose Gold, Helen Mawn, Anthony Perez, Nya Fleron, Michelle Smith and Katia Meirelles.
  • Board colleagues Lynne Miceli, Kev O’Kane and Catherine Outeiral who were instrumental in planning and carrying out these events. And Maureen St. Germain who provided hospitality for the Kirkpatricks.
  • And of course, we thank Sidney & Nancy, who were so generous with the time they gave to us, and for donating the cost of taxis and subways during their visit!


2015 anniversary weekend6

Sidney and Nancy shared the most interesting case studies and the astounding ways the Cayce work touched so many lives. It was the perfect presentation for the Anniversary, and the perfect time for us to rediscover Edgar Cayce—the man—and the group around him who made his life-changing work possible.

2015 anniversary weekend3Sidney talked about the hardships the Cayce family endured in remaining true to the spirit, principles and purposes of the readings and told of how their true friends and supporters rallied around them at critical times, with the highest intent,  to keep the work going.

Nancy reminded us that the Cayce readings are filled with timeless and inspirational gems of great relevance to us all… and are of crucial importance to evolving the consciousness of our world today.

More good reasons why we need to be here with a thriving Edgar Cayce Center in midtown NYC!

With our lease running out next Spring and our landlord seeking a huge rent increase, it’s time to rededicate ourselves to manifesting all the resources needed for the Cayce work to transform more and more lives. If you’re a true friend and supporter of the Cayce work… and you can donate now, we gratefully accept! If you can volunteer now, see Volunteers Needed below. Your prayers to create the most evolved version of our Center are always appreciated.

When Sidney & Nancy return to NYC next year, I feel confident that we will welcome them back to an expanded, enriched and enlivened Center!

numbers vortex treasurerMaureen St. Germain has resigned as Treasurer due to family and business concerns. She was elected at the end of April and served admirably during a difficult time of transition, with a focus on improving our conformance to non-profit accounting standards.

Now, we are seeking a candidate for Board membership who can fill the office of Treasurer for the A.R.E. of New York. Our Treasurer has the primary responsibility of overseeing the management and reporting of our organization’s finances. Duties include:

  • Attend all board meetings
  • Maintain knowledge of the organization and personal commitment to its goals and objectives
  • Understand financial accounting for nonprofit organizations
  • Manage the Board's review of and action related to its financial responsibilities
  • Ensure that appropriate financial reports are made available to the Board on a timely basis
  • Present the annual budget to the Board for approval
  • Supervise Bookkeeping functions
  • Help prepare for and review the annual audit
  • Bank account maintenance and financial transaction oversight

The Treasurer is largely influential in proper financial management and thus, greatly affects the public’s perception and trust in the organization's management. Therefore, desirable qualifications are financial literacy, attention to detail, timeliness in completing tasks, neat and accurate record keeping, and a willingness to ask questions. For a Board application or more information on Board requirements, please contact Board Secretary Kev O’Kane.

OpenDoorNewsletter Oct Dec2015The 18th Anniversary issue of The Open Door, quarterly newsletter of the A.R.E. of NY Edgar Cayce Center, is online here. You’ll want to know about:

  • 18 Years! —Celebrating our Center & Community, then and now!
  • The passionate mission of the A.R.E. NY Bioenergy Healers Group
  • “Gut Health” and Your Brain. Who knew?
  • A “Touch” from the Other Side
  • And more…

Hope you enjoy this issue. Want to contribute to The Open Door?

Read more ...

2015Oct Dec ARECalendarDownload it now and see a wealth of workshops, classes and special events to enlighten your body, mind and spirit.

We are delighted to welcome events by world-renowned mediums Hollister Rand and Mark Anthony the Psychic Lawyer®, and to welcome back Center favorites: Peter Goldbeck, Anton Baraschi, Karen Rose Slember, Melissa Stamps, Maureen St. Germain, Malcolm Smith, Saba Hocek, Karen Frances, Skydin Zeal and many more!

Printed copies are scheduled to be delivered to the Center Friday, Sept. 25th. Pick up a copy or two at our Anniversary Weekend Celebration and share one with a friend! Due to security and street closings for Pope Francis, the calendar will not be mailed until Monday. Please allow 5-10 days for delivery. We regret the delay.

Read more ...

Volunteers are the heart of our non-profit organization. Your service is vital to the well being of our Center community, to help us grow and thrive. We need Volunteers in many areas, primarily Reception and Membership Services.

Receptionists ideally commit to a regular 3-4 hour shift from 1-9 PM on weekdays and 12-5 PM on weekends. Flexibility is appreciated!

help wanted nycReception Duties include:

  • Event Registration
  • Appointment Bookings
  • Bookstore Sales
  • Setting up Classrooms
  • Answering Phones
  • Data Entry

Skills needed:

  • Basic computer skills
  • Ability to multi-task
  • Pleasant phone manner
  • Excellent customer service
  • Punctual, efficient, resourceful
Read more ...
Page 1 of 4
Back to top