Edgar Cayce And a Course in Miracles by Judith Sherbenou

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Author Judith Sherbenou takes an interesting look at the similarities and differences between the Edgar Cayce material and A Course in Miracles. Helen Shucman scribed A Course in Miracles in the late 1960s early 70s, and Edgar Cayce gave over 14,000 readings in his lifetime. Both works cover a vast spiritual and philosophical arena. This book seeks to show that while the Cayce readings and the words scribed by Helen Shucman have their differences, they support each other in wonderful ways. With chapters such as Love and Fear , Healing and the Body , and Judgment and Forgiveness , this book will speak to the reader on many levels.
 

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Published October 31, 2006 by A. R. E. Press. 55 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality.