Q&A About The Akashic Records
Have you ever wondered if there was a record of everything you do, every decision you make, every action you’ve taken. Is there a weighing of it, like in the Egyptian myth of Anubis and the feather of Maat. Or is it merely hard-coded into your DNA in some unimaginably intricate pattern.
Recently I have had many moments where people have discussed the Akashic Records with me, and also google and kindle suggestions containing them — as if my phone is listening to my conversations! It’s just a coincidence though, right?
If you’re curious, that’s a good sign! Wanting to know who or what is taking toll is a great place to start when looking to discover something new… here are some Questions and Answers to get you started (but don’t stop here, there’s so very much more to find out!)
Q: So what exactly are the Akashic Records?
A: To begin, the Akashic Records, also known as the “Book of Life,” can be thought of like a universal library that contains the vibrational records of all souls and all events throughout history. Not just yours, but every soul, no matter how long or short of a lifespan that soul has had, the records are kept. This energetic library is said to exist in a higher spiritual dimension and is accessible to all who are interested in exploring their past lives and gaining insight into their lives in the present.
Q: Where do they come from?
A: Though the origins of the Akashic Records are believed to be found in ancient Vedic thought, with the concept of Akasha being a Sanskrit word meaning “sky” or “ether.” This primordial energy is believed to be the creative force behind all life, and the Akashic Records are said to contain all of its information. It is only in recent conception that these Records have become more available to all those who seek it.
Q: Who discovered them?
A: Edgar Cayce (1877-1945) is widely known as the “Father of the Akashic Records” and is credited with introducing the concept of the Akashic Records to the Western world. Cayce’s teachings about the Akashic Records have been widely accepted by many spiritual communities around the world, and many people use them to access information about their past, present, and future. Cayce believed that the Akashic Records could be used as a form of self-discovery and spiritual growth.
Q: Who can use the Akashic Records?
A: This library is said to be eternal and ever-evolving, and its contents can be accessed by those who are skilled in the practice of tapping into the frequency of the Akashic field. This can be done through meditation, prayer, or visualization. When one is in tune with the energy of the Akashic Records, they can gain access to the wisdom and knowledge contained within.
Q: Why use them?
A: The Akashic Records can provide invaluable insights into one’s past lives and the influences that shape their present life. By connecting to the Records, one can gain understanding of the patterns that have led them to where they are today, as well as gain clarity on the paths that they could take in the future. The information contained in the Akashic Records can also provide guidance and insight on one’s spiritual journey. By accessing the Records, one can gain a deeper understanding of the soul’s purpose, of the lessons it has learned through its lifetime, and their place in the world. One may also gain access to the collective wisdom of the universe.
It is easy to see that the Akashic Records are an invaluable tool that can provide us with the knowledge and understanding necessary to navigate our lives more effectively. By connecting with the Records, we can gain access to the wisdom of the ages and use it to live our best lives. If you are interested, please check out some books on the subject — but know that I am deeply curious about this and doing my own research. So feel free to come chat with me about the Akashic Records and let us see what we can discover together!