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READER-FRIENDLY EDGAR CAYCE READINGS, VOLUME 1: THE
A SEARCH FOR GOD, BOOK I READINGS

By Reitman Rhyasen

 


 

COPYRIGHT NOTICE

Edgar Cayce Readings © 1971, 1993-2007 by the Edgar Cayce Foundation

Used by Permission
, All Rights Reserved

 


 

TABLE OF CONTENTS


 

INTRODUCTION TO EDGAR CAYCE

What makes Edgar Cayce unique

INTRODUCTION TO THIS BOOK

What makes this book unique

 

THE PREMISE

CHAPTER 1: COOPERATION 1-41

Agreeing to meet as instruments of blessing is cooperation. Being a blessing is cooperation in action.

 

CHAPTER 2: SELF KNOWLEDGE 43-103

Spread the wisdom that you have won through your own struggles and trials.

 

CHAPTER 3: YOUR IDEAL IS YOUR STANDARD 104-151

You grow spiritually according to how easy or difficult it is for you to apply your ideal to your daily life.

 

CHAPTER 4: FAITH 152-188

Put to the test the faith you have in yourself. Be an example of faith. 


 

CHAPTER 5: VIRTUE AND UNDERSTANDING 189-220

Virtue and understanding involve you and your relationship to the Creative Forces.

 

CHAPTER 6: FELLOWSHIP 221-241

Treating others as you want them to treat you is the extreme test of fellowship.

 

CHAPTER 7: PATIENCE

242-299 When your patience has completely worn out, you have lost patience with yourself.

 

CHAPTER 8: THE OPEN DOOR 300-379

If you idolize yourself or gratify your appetites, the door closes.

 

CHAPTER 9: IN HIS PRESENCE 380-440

What are the fruits of God’s enduring presence? Worries pass away and joys take their place.

 

CHAPTER 10: THE CROSS AND THE CROWN 441-502

If you endure, you will bear the cross and the crown, the trials, and the reward.

 

CHAPTER 11: GOD IS ONE 503-559

Where is your own will? Is it One with His, or is it bent to fulfilling your own desires and your own selfish interests?

 

CHAPTER 12: LOVE 560-642

If you live your life so that it manifests His love, the very rocks and stones will cry out in praise, even if you keep your mouth shut.

 

APPENDIX 1

Where to find paragraphs 1-642 in the Edgar Cayce Readings. Author’s comments on text.

 

APPENDIX 2

 

The Edgar Cayce Readings numbers in sequence and the corresponding paragraph numbers.

APPENDIX 3
The author’s request to use the Readings. The Edgar Cayce Foundation’s reply.

 

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

 

Anyone who thinks he can write a successful book by himself is fooling himself. I offer my heartfelt thanks to my editor, Cathie McShane, who wouldn’t allow my prose to make a fool of me.


DEDICATION

I dedicate this book to the memory of
Julie Funke.



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