“The A.R.E. of NY Center is a place of spirit, wisdom and a safe haven for those of us who practice, teach and learn--a place that we can call home, with others of like mind, as we come together to form Community.”
Rob Murphy – Center Practitioner and Teacher
Our A.R.E. of NY Edgar Cayce Center is at a crossroads.
With rents rising dramatically in our Chelsea neighborhood and our current lease up on April 30th, we are both searching for a new, more suitable space and negotiating with our landlord for the best terms possible in our current space.
Either way, we know our expenses will increase. If we relocate, there are expenses of building out a new space and moving, as well as rent. If we stay, we will pay a higher rent, even though we’ll work out the best deal possible.
Your support is crucial to keeping our sacred space open, thriving and growing!
Your contribution of any size makes a difference. Your generous gift or pledge will do even more to keep our Light shining!
To give back to you:
- Contribute at the Benefactor level ($25 a month for a year or a $300 donation) and we’ll send you a $25 Gift Certificate, good for any purchase at the A.R.E. of NY Bookstore.
- Contribute at the Lightworker level ($50 a month for a year or a $600 donation) and receive a free half hour psychic/intuitive reading with one of our selected readers.
- Give at the Earth Angel level ($100 a month for a year or a $1200 donation) and receive a half hour psychic/intuitive reading with one of our selected readers, a $25 gift certificate good for any purchase at the A.R.E. of NY Bookstore-–and an invitation to our Golden Heart reception!
- (Donors of $1000 or more in 2015 receive invitations to our upcoming Golden Heart event [December 4th, time and location to be announced] featuring Mark Anthony the Psychic Lawyer® on Rulers, Royals, Spirit and Psychics. To receive your invitation, please contribute by December 1st, 2015.)
"As ye have received, as ye are moved, as ye apply that ye received, give to those that seek. Be patient, be kind. Speak not unkindly of anyone. Let not gossip or unkind things, either in thought or deed, be in thine experience." (262-98)