Current Update as of October 18, 2006
Inspired by The Edgar Cayce Institute for Intuitive Studies
Edited by HENRY REED, Ph.D.
A Commentary on Cay Randall Mays book: The Intuitive Career: How to Succeed as a Consultant, Reader, or Healer
What can society expect from a professional intuitive? I think it is crucially important that psychics get it together to provide us with an answer. It would create the actual status of profession in the mind of society. What do psychics profess? We dont know yet, but were waiting.
know that carpenters profess the values of square and plumb, and
understand building codes and their responsibility to abide by them.
We can count on those standards being upheld. Doctors profess the
absolute value of sterility in their operations and hold themselves
accountable, skepticism aside, to the principle do no harm.
a curious fact that when you hear psychics, as a group, criticized,
it is usually concerning avoiding the fakes. As our
society does not officially endorse anything psychic, how could
someone purporting to be psychic be anything other than a fake?
find psychic readings helpful. Theres a fact. If they didnt,
they wouldnt seek out psychics for help. Edgar Cayce was himself
against giving readings, but what persuaded him to bypass the negative
attitude provided by his culture was that people found his readings
helpful. I think the fact that psychic readings can be helpful is
a place to begin. Now I didnt think this up myself.
find her book to be a great companion to Henry Bolducs book,
Your Creative Voice (see my column from Venture Inward
) because of its encouragement and practical suggestions regarding
developing our talents by sharing them with others. Both authors
are life members of A.R.E. and have produced in their books manuals
on expressing the spirit of the Cayce readings through practical
Having a sincere and well-lived spirituality, Dr. Randall-May projects the attitude that the client is also psychic, and were circumstances different, the client might be able to answer the questions herself, and should be open to having personal revelations in response to the reading. In other words, rather than seeing herself as a seeing eye dog for the blind, she sees her service as somewhat like a healing, removing the blocks to the perception and understanding of the truth. It is such insights that will help practitioners articulate what society can expect from professional intuitives.
Cay mentors intuitives into developing professional careers. Read more about her service at http://edgarcayce-intuitionschool.org/cay1.htm
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