Edgar Cayce recommended meditation as a key to awakening individuals to their higher or soul self. Meditation is such an important Cayce concept that we have an entire floor dedicated to it. Our Meditation Room is available for use at any time that the Visitor Center building is open and we invite you to join us each weekday for a noon-time meditation. You may also wish to visit on Wednesdays, when our Glad Helpers Healing Prayer group occupies this space from 9 a.m. to 12 noon. And on Sundays, we offer a guided meditation at 12:30 p.m.
The room’s stained glass windows were donated by Fredrica Fields, who received a reading from Cayce as a wedding gift that she did not open for 45 years. Fields found her reading at the age of 67, and was quite impressed with Cayce’s prediction that she would become involved in stained prisms and glass. By that time in her life, Fredrica had become a famous stained-glass artist with windows in the National Cathedral in Washington, D.C., throughout the U.S., and as far away as Saudi Arabia and India.
The large gemstones in this room were donated by James Tyberron, a professional geologist, and a speaker and author of metaphysical subject matter.
As you will notice from the diverse artwork, we are non-secular and embrace all religions of the world. The Cayce readings stated there is some truth in all religions and that the best one is the one you will practice.