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My Own Experiences with the Akashic Records
I took a workshop for the First Level of Akashic Records in 2013 while living in Spain. After learning about the proper meditation, we learned how to ask the questions and write them down. We learned the prayer to open the records, read the questions and jot down the first answers that would come out. Sometimes the answers were words, doodles and sometimes a song.
After this workshop, my intuition grew significantly. I still access the records when I have to deal with specific situations when I lack all the information to make the right decision.
What Are the Akashic Records and How To Access Them
The Akashic Records are a repository of every thought, word, and deed of every living being, good, bad, and awful, throughout all of the time; past, present, and future. Furthermore, they are believed to be the repository of every living being, good, bad, and awful, throughout all the time. People familiar with the records report that there is no judgment or implied penalty in the records; they are described as a record of every soul's journey through the infinite.
The Akashic Records Have a Long and Interesting History
In her book The Secret Doctrine, Helena Blavatsky, the founder of the Theosophical movement in the late nineteenth century, made one of the earliest known references to the Akashic Records in modern times. When it comes to religion, theosophy is an esoteric belief system that draws on the philosophical tenets of eastern religions while maintaining that "there is no higher religion than Truth."
Blavatsky learned of the records from Tibetan monks, who claimed that the Truth was hidden within an etheric light body known as the Akasha, the Sanskrit word for celestial light. The fifth element of space is the fundamental fabric of reality. The concept of karma, prevalent in eastern philosophy, is an aspect of the Akashic Records.
These monks were known as the "Masters of the Ancient Wisdom," and they were responsible for teaching Blavatsky clairvoyance, psychic abilities and astral projection. She used these tools to channel information from the Akashic Records. She was able to attract many Theosophists, including some well-known figures, as a result.
The Akashic Records were also mentioned by metaphysician Rudolf Steiner, who claimed that every action, word, and thought leaves a trace in the etheric realms. Scientist Ervin Laszlo investigates concepts of Akasha from a scientific perspective, concluding that Akasha contains blueprints for human ideals such as harmony and serenity. This is reflected in his "Akasha Paradigm," which he connects to the evolution of human consciousness as a whole.
Many people believe that Akashic Record theories refer to the Book of Life, first mentioned in the Old Testament (Exodus). According to biblical scripture, a record of every life is kept in heaven. From these records, souls are judged in the afterlife.
Explorations of the Akashic is an essential part of Edgar Cayce's writings and professional work. He believed a storehouse of information on a non-physical plane of existence keeps a record of every soul's past, present, and future. Cayce's readings are among the most well-known in the world.
Akashic Records: Transform Your Life | by Kat O'Keefe .... https://kathleenkanavos.medium.com/akashic-records-transform-your-life-c1b74d23bfee
Akashic Records 101: What Are They & How to Access Them | Gaia. https://www.gaia.com/article/akashic-records-101-can-we-access-our-akashic-records
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