The Rockhampton Study Group.
The Rockhampton Search for God Study Group was established in early April, 1997 after an introductory meeting at the home of Evan and Ursula Thomas.
As time went by, it came to be known as the Rockhampton Edgar Cayce Group by the local people of Rockhampton.
After studying books 1 and 2 of "A Search for God" and conducting regular monthly workshops, the group has worked its way through many Cayce topics from articles written in the magazine "Venture Inward" to the subject areas covered by a multitude of books written by a variety of authors who have based their work on the Cayce readings.
For a number of years we produced our own monthly newsletter, "The Cayce Chronicle". We have enjoyed wonderful support from Brisbane A.R.E. with Olive Bell providing valuable assistance to our fledgling group and Stan Pullen assisting us with the video library.
We have taken part in the 1999 tour of guest speaker Meredith Puryear and have really enjoyed our time with A.R.E.
At our monthly workshops, we have covered the following topics:
VISION for 2002 and BEYOND.
In the New Year, we hope to establish our group in cyberspace (with the help of the newly established Cayce website in Australia). We invite all web users to join us with your ideas and input.
We will be inviting a response to the new newsletters from A.R.E. in U.S.A. (Personal Spirituality in particular), as the topics become available each month
This would take the form of discussions and insights. Also we will be inviting insights from the stories featured in Venture Inward. If you would like to discuss any of the books that are currently available from A.R.E. bookstore or similar spiritual topics, we would welcome your response.
It is also a part of our vision for 2002 to establish a daytime Study Group to replace the current evening meetings.
Please check our section of this website in the near future for an update of our progress in establishing our cyberspace Study Group.
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