What is a Search for God Study Group?


In 1931, Edgar Cayce began to give a series of readings that outlined individual steps toward true spiritual growth.

A group of people working on understanding these concepts, practising them, and writing about their experiences worked with Edgar Cayce to put these concepts into lessons and published them as A Search for God, Books I and II.

To this original group of 12 individuals it brought hope, peace, a better understanding of others, and an inner joy in a greater awareness of attunement with the Creator.

These groups, known as Study Groups, continue to meet today.

The frequency of meetings can vary – weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly.


Most groups meet in private homes and generally consist of 4-10 members. The length of the meeting is about 2 hours.

Groups follow the outline given to the original Study Group. Usually, each member takes a turn at facilitating the discussion.

This unique blend of committed listening and participation from each person, praying and meditating together, coupled with the encouragement to apply the experiences and knowledge in daily life has brought about astonishing changes in the lives of group members.


Cayce Reading

Study to show thyself approved unto the ideal ye have chosen (457-11)