Part Two of a series on the Akashic Records
Ernesto Ortiz is a name I’ve often seen referenced in metaphysical writings and so I purchased his book The Akashic Records: Sacred Wisdom for Transformation to gain a better understanding of the intriguing topic. Ortiz has been teaching Levels I, 2 & 3 for Akashic Records Certification across the globe for about twenty five years.
This is a text book for the serious metaphysical student. The first half lays down much of the spiritual sensitivities necessary to approach accessibility to the Akashic Records. He covers a lot of territory breaking down spiritual planes (physical, astral, causal, mental, etheric), mediation, chakras, auras and the like. One chapter is devoted to the history of modern day Akashic Records reading about a man named Johnny Prochaska, the founder of the current teaching methods. Prochaska’s story reminded me of the Reiki beginnings with Dr. Mikao Usui. Both men received sacred energy and information to pass onto the world in the 20th century.
The second half of the book gets into the nitty-gritty about the mechanics of connecting to the records and how to postulate questions. It involves reaching a certain state of open energy mediation and then repeating a simple prayer. Level 1 is taught in the book, which is strictly for personal connection, not accessing other people’s records.
Learning to do this is like any other accomplished skill. It begins with an innate talent, but develops with practice. From a personal perspective, I have always been an intuitive person with an attraction toward the healing arts. But, I’m not hugely talented in hearing messages, receiving visions, or transmitting energy. However, I’ve been willing to learn and put in the time to practice.
Getting in touch with the Akashic information and guidance feels like part of a natural progression.
Chapter 24 features a list of possible questions to ask once the records have been opened. The first question suggested is “What erroneous belief operates in my life that causes me to experience the world in the way I do?”
Tomorrow I will share my first experience connecting to the Akashic Records and the answer I received to that question.
If you’re a spiritual adventurer, Akashic Records: Sacred Wisdom for Transformation, is certainly a source of exploration. I purchased a paper copy, but the Kindle version is more than worth the bargain price.
Very interesting information, Dana. Thank you.