Celebrate the New Year with Edgar Cayce




From 6:30 to 9 p.m., February 5, and the first Monday of each month, the Edgar Cayce Holistic Center will be offering expanded services. The Center houses an extensive collection of excerpts from Cayce’s more than 14,000 readings on health and metaphysical matters which is open to the public, along with a knowledgeable staff to support researchers.

       Drop in and meet people that work with this knowledge every day or register for more formal activities. In February, for example, they have a series of classes such as Food Preparation/Eating As A Spiritual Practice on February 3, Malcolm Smith, International Healer, February 6 through 8 by appointment only, Valentine’s Day—Crystals For Love, on February 14, and Solar Eclipse in Aquarius—time to create what you want, on February 17. Private appointments are also available. Practitioners and topics will rotate from month to month.  

       The bookstore has a wide range of metaphysical titles and a free lending library for A.R.E. members, plus one of the largest selections of Cayce products and remedies in the U.S. It’s open from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. every Sunday, the first Monday of each month from 6:30 to 9 p.m., and always during events and lectures.

Location: 259 E. Central Rd., Des Plaines. For more information, call 847-299-6535 or visit HolisticCenterChicago.com.

 

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