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Awakening Your Psychic Powers

Awakening Your Psychic Powers

Open Your Inner Mind And Control Your Psychic Intuition Today

Henry Reed; Foreword by Charles Thomas Cayce

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We all have psychic experiences without even realizing it. Now you can harness the power of your inborn psychic awareness.

In his lifetime, American visionary Edgar Cayce introduced thousands to the wonders of psychic awareness. Now his carefully preserved writings are illuminated by well-known psychologist Henry Reed, Ph.D. In the words and spirit of Edgar Cayce, this guide will give you the knowledge you need to build a foundation for ESP and unlock the secrets of heightened awareness, including:

-Psychic sensitivity-a natural part of perception
-Exercises to develop your psychic intuition
-Experimenting with clairvoyance, telepathic suggestion, and open channeling
-Meditation and recognizing the patterns that can change your life


Awakening Your Psychic Powers

Part I
The study from the human standpoint, of subconscious, subliminal, psychic, soul forces, is and should be...


Praise for Awakening Your Psychic Powers

“Edgar Cayce and Henry Reed make a dynamite combination!” —Robert L. Van de Castle, University of Virginia Medical School

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Henry Reed; Foreword by Charles Thomas Cayce

Edgar Cayce, unwitting seer and clairvoyant, touched millions of lives with his innate spiritual wisdom and his uncanny healing visions.

Born in 1877 in Hopkinsvile, Kentucky, Edgar Cayce had a seventh-grade education, yet was able to repeat complex and technical medical jargon when under a trance. In this state, he was said to heal many of the people who came seeking his counsel with his recommendations for medical treatment. Cayce soon began to talk about spiritual notions such as Atlantis, reincarnation, dreams, astrology, and more. He would also predict some of the more astounding events of the twentieth century, such as World Wars and the Great Depression.

The Washington Post wrote: "His words have inspired faith in spirituality, which for many people is more powerful than science." Called the "sleeping prophet" and "America's greatest psychic," Cayce, who died in 1945, may have been the first to usher in what is now known as the New Age Movement. More than fifty years after his death, his work continues to influence our lives in powerful new ways.

Henry Reed

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Charles Thomas Cayce

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