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Life is a completely lawful experience because of the universal laws of reincarnation and karma that draw individuals together. Rather than being some type of unavoidable destiny or a fate about which we can do very little, the Edgar Cayce material instead sees karma as essentially an unconscious reservoir of information stored within the soul's memory. Although this memory may draw certain events and individuals to one another, personal free will and the way in which an individual responds to that memory determines her or his actual life experiences.

Drawing upon contemporary family relationships, as well as family relationships for individuals who received guidance from Edgar Cayce, this insightful volume examines the activities of reincarnation and karma, especially as they play out in the dynamics of family relationships. All individuals are brought together within their respective families as a means of learning specific lessons and having opportunities for personal soul growth. In addition to examining the universal laws of reincarnation and karma, this book illustrates the lawfulness of life, the exacting nature of individual responsibility, and the ever-present hopefulness of personal free will.

In the end, Edgar Cayce on Reincarnation and Family Karma makes an enormous contribution to demonstrating that life is a completely lawful experience, that individuals can overcome whatever "karmic lessons" they seem to be faced with, that free will is completely free, and that God is truly as fair and as loving as we have always wished for our Creator to be.

©2011 Kevin J Todeschi (P)2015 Kevin J Todeschi

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  • Jenn
  • 23-09-15

read this

it's full of wisdom and beautiful awarenesses you'll see the dots start to connect for tou and your loved ones

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  • Fallensavior
  • 02-02-17

What I expected

It was narrated well. It's exactly what you think it is. Story lines of past Edgar Cayce stories that revolve around karma, past lives, and reincarnation. Nothing surprising in the stories if you are already a firm believer in past lives and reincarnating within the same soul/energy groups. If you are just learning about reincarnation and karma within family soul groups, this will be interesting to you.

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  • Jillyce
  • 21-11-17

Not bad, but some of Cayce's ideas odd

The author wrote this book well. A fair portion of the content is congruent with NDE stories and the like, so I don't doubt Cayce's validity entirely. Some of Cayce's ideas/revelations just don't sit right with me. For example, why is everyone reincarnated from just a few places (Atlantis, Egypt, etc.?) Why would a child who drowned a witch in a past life decide to come back as a bed wetter?

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  • rusty
  • 24-10-16

Full of "aha" moments and relatable insights

This audiobook was both enjoyable and immediately applicable to my own spiritual growth. Highly relevant material. I hope to get my partner to listen. This audiobook has itself justified my audible membership.

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  • Norma
  • 16-05-16

More to life

The book opened my mind to the fact that there is so much more to our journey for our soul. We must continue to grow and be one with God. That is our ultimate goal. That is our purpose.

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  • Nicholas
  • 04-10-15

Great!!!

I loved this book. People have often told me about Edgar and I finally decided to check it out, I now have a sound understanding of karma and grace.

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  • Ctamazonfan
  • 15-09-15

Excellent

Worth listening to no matter what you are living through. Thank you for Audible tech.

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  • Imarim
  • 06-11-20

inspiring

the examples given will enable insight on the subject of the purpose of life experiences

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  • Maverick
  • 07-09-20

I was expecting a little more on theory of it than

I was expecting a little more on the theory of it that a book full of examples. some are interesting yes, but example after example after example got a little monotonous.

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  • lou
  • 13-07-20

well done.

however this was not what I was looking for. it related short readings from many people. I was hoping to learn more about the overall theory of karma. it was interesting tho.