2016Nov Dec ARECalendarDownload the calendar for workshops, classes, wellness services and more ways to enlighten and enliven your body, mind and spirit. Highlights include outstanding spiritual teachers and healers:

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By Joan Carra, psychic medium

edgarcayce BWI was at the new location of the Edgar Cayce Center of New York on the night of Saturday, Sept 17th when the bomb exploded on 23rd Street in midtown Manhattan—just four blocks away from our new Center on 27th Street. I had spent the afternoon volunteering my services as a psychic reader and was in “the zone” I get in when I do readings, working nonstop. My body was stiff from siting in one position, so I decided to take care of myself by going to the group healing session and Prophecy Celebration with Peter Goldbeck, a popular Center teacher known as “the Light Guy,” where he channels divine light—what he calls “joy juice.”

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The congratulations and compliments poured in last weekend as we celebrated the Grand Opening of the A.R.E. of New York Edgar Cayce Center’s new home on West 27th Street!
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The weekend’s historic opening featured fascinating presentations by consummate Cayce researchers Sidney & Nancy Kirkpatrick about the remarkable relevance of his work today as the information and insights they shared propel us into a new understanding of human consciousness and its potential to create a heaven on earth.

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sylvia chappell crp lowresSo many people in our community and beyond reached out to us after the bombing in our Chelsea neighborhood of Manhattan last Saturday night. The explosion on 23rd St. happened four blocks away from our new Center, yet an unexploded bomb was found on the same block of 27th St. between 6th & 7th Avenues as our new Center.

We feel so blessed that this one didn’t go off. We also wondered why.

On Saturday, we held the first Cayce Psychic & Healing Fair in our new Center. Many people commented on the wonderful, uplifting vibes in our new space. After the Fair, “Light Guy” Peter Goldbeck, a favorite teacher at our Center, was holding his Prophecy Celebration at the time of the explosion. During these events, he shares “The Light” of Divine Prophetic Visions and Insights… what he calls “Joy Juice.” Perhaps the energies of Light and Joy in our Center had a benevolent influence on our block.

As an Akashic Records reader and leader of this Center, I asked the Akashic Record keepers (beings of Light who hold the records of each soul’s every thought, word, action and emotion) for insights into this incident. They said that the “Light work” of our organization is powerfully supported by Ascended Masters and the Edgar Cayce soul group in the spiritual realms. They added that all NYC “Light workers” (ours and similar organizations) have a very important role in the evolution of human consciousness and the enlightenment of individual minds, hearts and bodies that makes this evolutionary leap (Ascension) possible.

Please keep our Center of enlightenment and our community of “Light workers” in your prayers.

Love & Thanks,
Sylvia Chappell
ARE-NY Board of Trustees Chair

OpenDoorNewsletter Jul Sept2016This is it! We’re making the leap to our new space! Read about it in the new issue of The Open Door, quarterly newsletter of the A.R.E. of New York Edgar Cayce Center.

This issue is packed with helpful, healthful articles! Besides the joys, challenges and spiritual growth opportunities involved in finding our new space and making our evolutionary leap, you’ll also read about:

Read about:

  • The healing power of Wild Oregano Oil—not just for Italian cooking anymore!
  • The Christ Consciousness—What is it? How do you attain it?
  • Helping your Indigo Child to thrive.
  • Chakra Frequencies and the Divine Name: The healing Power of Breath and Tone
  • And so much more!

As always, we welcome your comments and suggestions.

Would you like to write for The Open Door? Send your article ideas to me at [This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.]. We also welcome submissions of original poetry, photography and artwork.

We hope you enjoy this issue.

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