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What are the Akashic Records? 

The Akashic Records are not new; they are eternal and are a dimension of consciousness that contain a vibrational record of every soul. Commonly referred to as “the Book of Life,“ the Akashic Records include every spoken and unspoken thought and experience, in an ethereal context, serving as an infinite resource for wisdom and healing energy. 


In short, the Akashic Records can be considered an energetic library of information containing details of one’s soul and its journey, spanning through past lives, present incarnations, and future possibilities. 



What happens during an Akashic Reading? 

A very specific, intentional sacred prayer creates an energetic pathway into the Akashic Records. Each line of the prayer lifts an individual’s energy to a higher frequency, which opens the channel. 


In the process of accessing (or opening) the Akashic Records, a person’s spiritual family of Masters, Teachers, and Loved Ones come through to share understanding through a loving perspective. Each session is vastly different and specific to each person. One can ask about all aspects of life – from business, career, health, family and parenting and receive meaningful insight and guidance. 

Discover Yourself  

Everybody can access their own Akashic Records, understanding their soul’s purpose and reasons behind their decision to experience physical life. The soul continuously returns to expand and fulfill intentions, purposefully created for each soul’s growth and development. 


It is through the Akashic Records that a person can learn one’s true intention for this lifetime, along with previous lives and future potentials. 

Who uses the Akashic Records, and Why? 

The Akashic Records have been accessed throughout history by mystics, scholars, and saints. Times have changed, and humanity’s collective consciousness has matured into more spiritual independence.  Today, anyone can access the Akasha’s infinite body of knowledge to access guidance, wisdom, and insight. 


Did you Know… 

  • Many tribute the 19th century Theosophy Movement, utilizing the Sanskrit word Akasa (meaning primary substance), to have shepherded the awareness of the Akashic Records into the public domain. It was not until the mid-twentieth century when Edgar Cayce utilized the Akashic Records publicly did familiarity come to this practice.  


  • The Akashic Records are not governed or owned by any human organization or institution; therefore, they are not the exclusive domain of any religion. 


  • The Akashic Records are interpreted in different ways by different cultures, religions, and organized belief systems; however, common agreement is that the energy itself is recognized as love, light, peace, power, beauty, harmony, joy, strength, order, and balance. 

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