• Edgar Cayce's Egyptian Energy Healing

  • By: Shelley Kaehr
  • Narrated by: Scott R. Pollak
  • Length: 6 hrs and 42 mins
  • 4.5 out of 5 stars (45 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Author Shelley Kaehr, PhD, has worked with vibrational energy medicine for two decades as well as studied Cayce's readings on the topic. She delves into the wealth of information given and brings forth Edgar Cayce's Egyptian Energy Medicine

In any form of healing, the goal is to change the current frequency (or vibration) to one that is more balanced and in rapport with optimal results. Shelley shows us that working with our consciousness to overcome our life lessons and challenges to achieve lasting happiness and peace throughout our lives is actually achievable. 

Enriching yet simple step-by-step information is given to us as tools that we can use to apply this ancient knowledge to our everyday modern lives.

©2019 Shelley Kaehr (P)2019 Shelley Kaehr

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Good info

I enjoyed it very much! I on second thought it seemed to be info I know ...!!! Already

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Remarkably insightful

Remarkably insightful and useful information, though the narration could be slightly improved upon. Great listen, willing to listen over again since you are unable to gather and practice everything in one listen.Thanks

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Insulting & disrespectful

As an Spiritual Egyptian this book is completely insulting. Why do white spiritual people refuse to acknowledge the importance of ancestral knowledge and why do white spiritual people feel so entitled to use and rewrite other peoples indigenous heritage. This book is a white mans imagination of living in ancient Egypt and another white persons interpretation of that imagined life. None of this is based in fact. The Egyptian polytheistic spiritually centers the geography, the ecology and the people of Egypt. This book does not acknowledge that because this book is for white people to feel spiritual and not actually about honoring or respecting any aspect of Egypt. This is not appreciation, this is appropriation and white entitlement.

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very interesting 👌 Speaks a little of everything

I found it interesting but there's a lot to practice in order to get to where you want your experience. Gives you understanding about your Guidance and Angels. love that.

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Very condescending

He reads as if audienre are 5 yrs old. Sometimes writer mansplains. Refers to the picture above in several ocations and didn't come with attachments. It's good if it didn't insult my intelligence.

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