Monthly weekend intensives, March 2/3 2024 – February 22/23 2025 (skipping July & December)
Location: Online via Zoom
Monthly Weekend Intensives will be held on Saturdays, 10 am to 5 pm and Sundays, 10 am to 3 pm.
Are you interested in discovering and developing your natural psychic skills? If so, join us from March 2024 through February 2025 for monthly “weekend immersions” into the world of the psychic.
In this year-long course, you will become an explorer of consciousness, the brain and its spiritual function as it applies to psychic states. You’ll learn many different tools and techniques used in psychic work. Above all, you will gain plenty of experience through exercises and practice readings. As the course unfolds, you’ll be surprised and amazed as you unlock your psychic potential to reach higher levels of awareness and ability.
This program is an ideal, holistic way to develop your psychic abilities and receive certification directly from the Edgar Cayce Center of NYC. It consists of ten “psychic immersion weekends”—one per month—that will afford you the opportunity to discover and unfold your inherent psychic abilities, as well as share a learning and growing experience with other like-minded students.
Each weekend will provide a wealth of information about a certain aspect or type of psychic practice, as well as an abundance of exercises that will allow students to put their newly learned skills into practice.
Skill-Building Tasks (to be completed between meetings):
- Daily Practice (a skill-building daily practice will be given with each immersion)
- Complete 3 practice readings using the information covered in the immersion class before the next meeting.
- Journal entries for readings
- Attend Q & A session
Please note: The Psychic Skills Program is an experiential course. Each weekend builds upon the last. Regular attendance is necessary to receive the full benefits of the course, and also important to enable other students to enjoy the experience of exercise pairing.
The instructor must be notified in advance if a student must miss a class. In the case of absence, the class will be recorded and the recording will be available to the student who missed the class. A student must attend eight full weekends in order to be eligible for testing.
For a full course overview.