Part one of a series on the Akashic Records
I’m almost finished reading THE AKASHIC RECORDS: Sacred Wisdom for Transformation by Ernesto Ortiz. Before I post a review, I thought a little ground work might be in order. Here’s an article I wrote about the fundamental understanding of Akashic Records.
Do you have an unexplained phobia? Do dogs terrify you? Maybe you’ve never learned to swim because you hate the water. You may have more serious issues, like addictions or obsessions. Perhaps you have a mysterious medical condition that has confounded doctors for years. As strange as it sounds to most Western thinkers, the origins of these challenges may come from a past life connection. But how would you know?
Increasingly, curiosity seekers are making their way to Akashic Records Readers.
What are the Akashic Records? Metaphysical writings going back to ancient times refer to a spiritual library of sorts where every incarnated soul has their personal record. The Bible has many references to the Book of Life, which some believe alludes to the Akashic Records. The twentieth century seer, Edgar Cayce, brought the Akashic Records back into the limelight by referring to them as he diagnosed patients to discern the origins of their maladies.
Now in this post-New Age, people with psychic abilities are training in metaphysical schools to tap into the Akashic Records and help others solve their personal mysteries. Readers learn to tune into the Akashic Library where there are spiritual librarians, so to speak. They are the keepers and guardians of the records, able to impart knowledge, insight, and guidance.
Preparing for an Akashic Records Reading is important. The seeker must prepare a list of questions. Sample questions can be found on-line, but here are various topics:
- Life challenges
- Recurring problems
- Relationship complications
- Life purpose
- Spiritual direction
The reader will tune into the Akasha level of spirit, say a prayer, announce the name of the seeker asking information, and request that their record be opened. The seeker begins going down their list of prepared questions. The reader communicates between the seeker and the library guardians.
A hypothetical question might be, “Why am I so afraid of the ocean?”
The answer may refer to a past life as a slave being transported from Africa to the Americas. “You were sickly and thrown overboard. Death by drowning left a residue of fear of the sea in your spirit.” Interestingly, often once the source of a problem is revealed, the challenge may lessen or disappear.
Akashic Record readings can take many twists and turns. They can be merely amusing or utterly life changing. Whether you are dealing with a seemingly insurmountable challenge, a recurring annoyance, or simply want to see the bigger picture of your life, a trip to the Akashic Records may help you better understand yourself and the people around you.
Recommended Akashic Records Reader ~ Helen at Ripples of Light