Edited by HENRY REED, Ph.D.
April 25,   2014
Welcome to Intuitive Connections

Welcome to Intuitive Connections Network

 

The Edgar Cayce Institute for Intuitive Studies provides information regarding the incorporation of intuition into various areas of life.

We have an emphasis on books published, but we also have original articles, and other materials of interest.

Check the index on the left to browse by topic.

 

Recent Additions to Our Archives

The Source of Intuitive Knowledge: Spiritual Communication in Deep Yoga by M.B. Sharan

 There are three sources of knowledge: the first is through the five senses, the second is through the intellect, and the third is through the spirit. What we get through our senses and the intellect is known as rational knowledge; and what we get through our spirit is known as intuitive knowledge.

Edgar Cayce's Everyday Health: Holistic Tips, Remedies, & Solutions. By Carol A. Baraff

Slowing the signs of aging is a worthy goal, but is it possible to go a step or two further and stop the clock, or even reverse the process? To this question the readings give an emphatic yes! Such a radical possibility goes way beyond common catch phrases such as "anti-aging."  The readings favor the term rejuvenation for the process by which entire bodies, or certain systems, are made youthful again.  Rejuvenation, according to the dictionary, creates a state of rejuvenescence, a delightful word for growing young.

 

Sex and the Intelligence of the Heart: Nature, Intimacy, and Sexual Energy. By Julie McIntyre

Nature is having sex all the time--that's one of the reasons we feel so alive when we are immersed in it. Sexuality is essential to the sensation of Nature in your own body, of connecting to the piece of Earth closest to you--your own flesh and bones. Many a couple has been overcome by passion while walking in the woods or on the beach; many a soul has found solace or epiphany in Nature. Living in accordance with Nature depends on you being your true, whole self--a sexual, sensual, erotic, fully alive human being.
 

The Art of Intuition: Cultivating Your Inner Wisdom. By Sophy Burnham

Intuition is the shudder of dislike that you feel on seeing one man standing at the doorway -- or conversely, the wave of delight at seeing another. It can be a joy so profound it brings you to your feet to greet a stranger you feel you already know. Occasionally it comes with such force that you hear an external Voice -- as did one woman I know who heard the Voice in her ear when introduced to her future husband: "Remember that name," it said. "It will be yours!"

 

The Lost Secrets of Maya Technology. By James O'Kon

It has been long been an enigma how the Maya achieved such elevated scientific and technical levels in the total isolation of a tropical rainforest. Why were the Maya so different from other ancient civilizations? They appear to be out of time and space. The Maya developed their corpus of scientific and technical knowledge in total isolation without the aid of outside cultures. The Maya optimized their native ingenium to become America?s first scientists and engineers. One of their great advantages was time. Not only did the Maya venerate time, but time was on their side.
 

The Practicing Mind: Developing Focus and Discipline in Your Life. By Thomas Sterner

As when we were throwing tennis balls into a trash can, we should observe what happens, process the information without emotion, and then move on. This is how we should deal with ourselves as we work at learning something new, or when we're changing something about ourselves that we don't like. This includes working on something more abstract, too, such as becoming more aware or conscious of what we are thinking, becoming more of an observer of ourselves. This disconnection from our thoughts and actions is a way of thinking that we have learned during our lives, and one that takes away all our real power. We must unlearn this approach to life.

Science and Psychic Phenomena: The Fall of the House of Skeptics. By Chris Carter

A factual and conscientious argument against materialism's vehement denial of psi phenomena that explores the scandalous history of parapsychology since the scientific revolution of the 17th century. It provides reproducible evidence from scientific research that telepathy, clairvoyance, precognition, and psychokinesis are real, and shows that skepticism of psi phenomena is based more on a religion of materialism than on hard science  

Everyday Meditation: 100 Daily Meditations for Health, Stress Relief, and Everyday Joy. By Tobin Blake

Meditation is the conscious act of turning around and facing the other way -- inward. For just a little while each day, you sit down, close your eyes to the outside world, and turn your attention toward the inside world, where your core self, which is a direct extension of Source, still exists. The core self is the original creative spark from which grew everything in your life as you know it. To use an analogy, it is the foundation upon which your home is built.
  New World Mindfulness. By Donald McGown & Marc S. Micozzi
The Westerner who is attracted to Zen and who would understand it deeply must have one indispensable qualification: he must understand his own culture so thoroughly that he is no longer swayed by its premises unconsciously. He must really have come to terms with the Lord God Jehovah and with his Hebrew-Christian conscience so that he can take it or leave it without fear or rebellion.
 
Living in the Light: 25th Anniversary Edition. By Shakti Gawain
Learning to trust your intuition is an art form, and like all other art forms, it takes practice to perfect. You don't learn to do it overnight. You have to be willing to make "mistakes," to try something and fail, then try something different the next time -- and sometimes, perhaps, even embarrass yourself or feel foolish. Your intuition is always correct, but it takes time to learn to hear it correctly.
 
The Heart of Higher Mind
By Henry Reed
The phrase, "when hearts are joined, no words are needed," perhaps anticipates those theorists who claim that there is but one root consciousness shared by all creation, such that a heart-directed intention to empathize with another seems sufficient to provide the desired information. What gives intentionality such seemingly magical powers? We must continue to search within ourselves for answers to such questions and share our impressions with one another.
For now, it would seem that the power of intention lies in the heart.
   

 

Books Published by the Edgar Cayce Institute for Intuitive Studies Books Published by the Edgar Cayce Institute for Intuitive Studies

Future Consciousness: A 2012 Omni Reader

Edited by Henry Reed

Is the world preparing to make a shift? Is consciousness changing? Does the Mayan calendar speak of a major global event coming on December 21, 2012? What are the other prophecies regarding the future? Are there any new ideas? 445 pages of book summaries, articles, etc. will broaden your perspective on what's coming.

The All Seeing Eye: A Remote Viewing Omni Reader

Edited by Henry Reed

How did remote viewing come into existence? What has "RV" accomplished? How does one go about doing an RV session? This 322 page anthology contains summaries of most all the books published on remote viewing, plus some never before published material on the subject.

The Intuitive Heart

By Henry Reed and Brenda English
Discover how natural your intuition already is. Learn how your breath can teach you inspiration and how gratitude can open your heart to intuitive realizations. This book is the basis of a unique program training people in how to collaborate with intuition.
Edgar Cayce Sobre Canalizando Su Yo Superior

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