Without your generous help, our beautiful Center—that has served our City for 20 years—will close at the end of June.

praying hands sunlightOur Center was founded with high ideals and the hope that it would be a legacy—not only to seekers of the present but to future generations—bringing Light and healing to a City so much in need of both.

The Center has brought Light and healing and transformed many lives.

Now it will close—unless you help.

For our Center to thrive, we need about $35,000 a month.

Recently we’ve had shortfalls of about $15,000 a month. Board members have made up the difference, but that is not sustainable.

Our recent reorganization of Board and Center leadership was an effort to put the Center on a brighter path. We’ve seen signs of positive change—yet our finances haven’t improved to the level needed to sustain the Center.

Our Directors have plans for increasing income and decreasing our expenses—but the savings won’t come soon enough.

We’ve asked for monthly pledges from Community members to help sustain the Center—and some have responded generously—but not enough.

Your help now can make the difference:

  • Your generous donation would help us immediately.
  • A one-time pledge made by 6/15 (to be fulfilled by 6/29) can be made by phone or using a One Time Pledge Form.
  • Your monthly PLEDGE could help sustain the Center into the future.
  • Please join us in praying for the outcome which is for the highest and best good.

We need your support by June 15th. That’s when the final decision—to close or stay open—must be made.

If the Center is forced to close, donations given now will help to pay our staff and final bills. Monthly pledges will automatically terminate. Some ongoing courses will continue in other venues. Memberships purchased in May will be refunded.

Your gift can help to make a miracle! Please help keep the Light of the Cayce legacy shining in our City. Contributions of any size are welcome.

Thank you.

Light & Love,

Lynne Salomon Miceli, Al DeMarco, Peter Goldbeck, Lin Hunter, Kev O’Kane, Betty DeCandia, Sylvia Chappell

The A.R.E. of New York Board of Trustees.

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To Manifest the Love of God in Service to Humanity


woman hands receiving giving lightYour help is needed NOW to keep the New York Edgar Cayce Center here in our City.

Our Center has been sustained in New York City for over 20 years—by the generosity and dedication of our Members, Volunteers and Donors and by the grace of what Edgar Cayce called the Creative Forces.

The Center has been struggling for several months now. We can only stay open here in New York City with your generous help.

If the Center has been a place of learning and growth for you—

If you’ve found healing of body, mind or soul in the Center—

If experiences at our Center uplifted you, helped you recognize the Divine in yourself and others—

If you’ve found spiritual fellowship, a spiritual home at the Center…

Please help us keep the Center open in New York City for you and other seekers.

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Your tax-deductible donation, monthly pledge, or membership (we have a generous special membership offer this month!) NOW—can help keep this Center here for you and generations to come.

You can donate or pledge here.

Become a Member or Renew here.

My most profound thanks.

Please note: The Center is closed for Memorial Day weekend, May 26 – 28.

Light & Love,

Lynne Salomon Miceli
A.R.E. of NY Board Chair

janice taylorFew things in life have the ability to directly change or affect our emotional state more than music. I have memories of my mother lifting me out of a fussy or upset state when I was a toddler, by rocking me as she toned a simple chant.

As she chanted, I would feel my breathing slow and my body let go of tension. I became mesmerized by the sound of the chant, as my vibration was drawn, like a magnet, to my mother’s prayerful state. To this day, I use music to relax, to meditate, and to take myself into a higher vibratory state.

We each have our own spiritual connection with music and sound. The Source that spoke through Edgar Cayce once even stated that God IS music.

Janice Taylor, vocalist for our benefit recital says, “I choose music that provides a profound, personal resonance as a channel for a higher power.” Her audiences report having deep, spiritual responses to her singing.

Whether you’re longing for a deeper spiritual connection, or just enjoy healing and uplifting spiritual music, please join us on May 6, at 4:00 p.m., and experience the beauty of sound, and Oneness with Spirit at our Benefit Recital with vocalist, Janice Taylor and pianist, Lee Tomboulian.

We thank Janice and Lee for generously donating their performances for this event—a benefit for our non-profit New York Edgar Cayce Center.

tree heart hands volunteer with usVOLUNTEER COORDINATOR

Wanted: Warm Hearts and Bright Smiles

We are still in need of reception desk volunteers for all shifts. Do you have free time during the week or weekend that you might be able to donate to the center? If so, we can use your help. With your bright smile and caring attitude, you can help set the atmosphere at the center.

No worries, you will be trained in the use of our MindBody system and front desk procedures. You’ll make friends, meet new people, and also get a 40% bookstore discount, free classes, and other perks.

If you can help out, Managing Team member, Peter Goldbeck, is waiting to hear from you.
Call 516-949-9588

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