38th annual A.R.E. Retreat scheduled
The 38th annual A.R.E. (Association for Research and Enlightenment) Mid-Atlantic Region Retreat sponsored by Edgar Cayce’s non-profit A.R.E. is scheduled for the weekend of June 7 from 4 p.m. to June 9 at noon at Shepherd University in Shepherdstown.
This years topic, Edgar Cayce on Exploring the Mysteries of the Mind, will be presented by Gregg Unterberger, M.Ed., one of the A.R.E.’s most popular presenters who has shattered attendance records across the country. He is a licensed professional counselor in private practice in Austin, Tex., former board-certified clinical supervisor and instructor in Group Therapy at Texas State University, and a certified therapist in both past-life regression and Induced After-Death Communication.
Unterberger points out that while most people think psychic ability is a special “gift” that people are born with; Edgar Cayce insisted in his readings that “every entity has clairvoyant, mystic, psychic powers.” Fortunately in the past 20 years there has been a convergence of science and mysticism that has led to exciting, new spiritual technologies that can dramatically accelerate our learning.
Don’t miss this exciting weekend filled with scientific breakthroughs in spirituality, experiential exercises and original multi-media presentations that may empower spiritual sight in ways that will amaze.
Saturday evening activities from 7 to 9:30 p.m. include: Intuitive Readings, Energy Work Fair and Mini-Workshops.
Registration including program, meals and lodging or program and meals is available until May 25. Program only registration is available from May 26 to June 10.
For more information and to register on line: www.aremidatlanticregion.org or contact Sandi Roberts at firstname.lastname@example.org 301-834-7420.