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A new edition of the classic guide to using the spiritual and psychological insights of renowned mystic and psychic Edgar Cayce to find your authentic mission in life.

The medical clairvoyant Edgar Cayce (1877-1945) left the world a wealth of clairvoyant readings on everything from health and spirituality to psychology and past lives. Now the most significant teacher of Cayce's teachings, Mark Thurston, updates and revises his classic book, Discovering Your Soul's Purpose, to help you use the Cayce teachings in the 21st century to find greater purpose in your relationships, career, and overall mission in life.

©2017 Mark Thrurston (P)2017 Recorded Books

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"Cayce colored Parachute"

I am a big fan of all Edgar Cayce material. Though I felt that this book was more of a career guidance manual that felt like the industry standard "What Color is Your Parachute" sprinkled with some Edgar Cayce wisdom in between. It is a good book if that is what you're looking for. It does have some relevance to all of us, but I felt that the book missed the mark by trying to be too many things at the same time. If you do like this kind of book, I would definitely suggest a hard copy of the book so that you could go through the exercises, which is more difficult to do with an audio version.