Holistic Health, Spiritual Growth, Meditation, Psychic Development

Benefits of a study group

Explore your intuition
Find your inner joy and inner peace
Practice listening “soul to soul”
Learn to love and appreciate your life
Find out how to work with Spirit
Spend time with like-minded people

There are 4 study groups in the Chicagoland area

1)  Des Plaines SFG

We read Cayce based material

Meeting every other Thursday at 7 PM at Unity Church-259 E. Central Rd.  Des Plaines, IL

Contact: Louise Habura 312-299-0069 recordsreader@sbcglobal.net


2)  Downers Grove SFG

Studying 2 books, SFG Book 1 and Edgar Cayce on Religion, Spirituality, and Psychic Experience by Harmon Bro

Meeting every Wed at 7 PM at 4040 Venard Rd. Downers Grove, IL 60515

Contact: Joyce Tumea 630-964-4269 joytumea@sbcglobal.net


3)  DeKalb/Malta SFG

Studying SFG Book 2

Meeting every Wed at 7:30 PM at 401 Van Buren Malta, IL  60150

Contact: Alice Smith 815-825-2656 afsmith7@yahoo.com


4)  Glendale Heights SFG

Studying "The Edgar Cayce Companion" B.E. Frejer

Meeting 2nd and 4th Wed 2 PM (during winter months) at

Glendale Heights Public Library 25 E. Fullerton Glendale Heights, IL 60139

Contact: Barb Pourch 630-893-8248 bspourch@wowway.com


1st Study Group 1942- 43

From his altered state, Cayce relayed to this group that the purpose of life is not to become psychic, but to become a more Spiritual and loving person. This group was the first “Study Group” that used the material from these special readings in order to change their lives for the better.

What Is A Spiritual Group Study Group?

The 20th century clairvoyant Edgar Cayce was born into a family with unusual skills – including an exceptional ability to access information to improve our personal lives. His life-long mission was to share this information with others. He left us two volumes of material intended to assist and support others in their efforts to make a better life for themselves and others. Cayce also developed a process which small groups use in studying the core principles he espoused. The groups are open to all at no charge and participants can join at any time. Meetings usually last two hours and are held in a neutral space. Together, the group also develops an assignment to work on between sessions. There are several active groups in the Chicago area. For more information contact the local A.R.E. office at 847-299-6535 or www.AREheartland.com.

The Association for Research & Enlightenment