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  • By Mary K. on August 29, 2014

    Excellent compilation by the authors/practitioners of the natural healing techniques from Edgar Cayce.

  • By Helen Read on December 27, 2011

    It's true what the previous reviewer said, she made alot of good points, but 2 stars is a bit too harsh. I found alot of valuable information that I didn't glean from any of my 12 teachers at massage school, despite their many years of practice and expertise. The material from Edgar Cayce, for whatever reason, was never discussed or included. It's true that the language is a bit antiquated, but it's definitely worth the slight effort involved to understand.There wasn't enough emphasis on the oils in my education, or the fact that whatever's applied gets absorbed, directly and quickly, into the bloodstream. Alot of people are chemically sensitive nowadays because their livers are toxic or overburdened, so it makes alot of sense that those substances applied should be nourishing,(barring any allergy to nuts); this book points out the healthful benefits of oils I would not have considered using otherwise, such as peanut oil for arthritis and general well-being. Many people comment that it smells like Chinese food. I really expected alot of objection, so the pleasant feedback has been surprisingly nice.The 2 points I thought were most valuable were 1) the recommendations of using food based oils, the combinations, and 2) the massage strokes down the spine in a circular motion.Since the ESG's contain nerve bundles emanating from the spinal cord, feeding and enervating every major organ in the body, (as any chiropractic chart will describe), it's a logical technique to include in any routine, and it has a very soothing effect releasing congested energy. It's surprising how many massage techniques touch on the spinal nerves, but without much conscious awareness.Consciously including this circular movement down the spine makes the massage a much more effective and beneficial treatment in general, regardless of body type.I appreciate this book for its collection of unique insights specifically regarding massage. It's helpful to have reassurance that what I'm doing has more than just good intention behind it.

  • By [email protected] on June 16, 2000

    Drawing from the information given through Edgar Cayce, America's most famous psychic, the material presented is helpful in that it provides a background to the methods which Cayce's guides, or as some think, his Higher Self, extracted from the Akashic records. The material covers the uses of oils, with notations for tracing the information back to the source readings.While the illustrations are of use, it is important to understand a key Cayce concept, that of - the coordination of the nervous systems... This may not be as clearly stated as it might, but it remains as of underlying importance as to what the readings had to offer.Throughout the Cayce material, over 9,000 of the 14,000 readings were on health issues alone, the coordination of the nervous systems was critical to the progress towards healthful conditions. Additionally, the use of the various formulated oils in combination with the massage techniques especially focusing upon the spinal areas, brings great relief for a large number of conditions.I gave this a two star because its scope is limited. Limited in that there is so much more that could have been related from the readings to make it a more valuable piece of work. Its downfall is in that it relates the material garnered from the relationship between the authors and the doctor mentioned - Reilly, rather than with Edgar Cayce. And that it has not been updated with a fresh eye to editing for the antiquated speech patterns from the earlier part of the last century.So, the efforts to extract from the readings - in computer technology terms - a bit of reverse engineering, did not go sufficiently deep.However, I can still recommend the text for its illustrations and oil formulations.


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