I’ve been reading “Same Soul, Many Bodies: Discover the Healing Power of Future Lives through Progression Therapy” by Dr Brian Weiss. I was pleasantly surprised to see him mention “the Akashic Records” in this book! The knowledge of the Akashic Records is gaining public recognition
Dr Brian Weiss is the psychiatrist who pioneered past life regression therapy. His first book “Many Lives, Many Masters” is an excellent read for those of you who want to know more about reincarnation or those of you who are suspicious about it. (The link takes you to the book review I did on Real Life Spirituality blog.)
While more and more people are learning about the Akashic Records, however, I am afraid there are some misunderstandings. The biggest one is the myth that it takes a super sage to read them. Well, I am no such thing, but I can do my work just fine . . . Thank you.
So I’d like to write a series of articles about how to access the Akashic Records. It’s not a one-on-one coaching but only a few articles to be read, so there are some limitations, but I will do my best explaining this.
Today it’s about the difference between reading your own Akashic Records and reading someone else’s Akashic Records.
Reading your own Akashic Records
It’s easy to read your own Akashic Records. It’s yours, so you own it. I think we are all supposed to know about our own Akashic Records so that we can navigate life with the wisdom. However, many of us have forgotten how to. So you can either practice reading them yourself — or you can find a proficient Akashic Record Reader.
The process is simple because you don’t need to access the Hall of Akashic Records. To know about your own Akashic Records, all it takes is to ask your spirit guides. Your spirit guides know everything about you, including your Akashic Records.
I will be writing about how to communicate with spirit guides later. Many of us already do this without thinking about it, but knowing a reliable method to communicate with your spirit guides comes very handy in our daily life.
Reading other people’s Akashic Records
In order to read someone else’s Akashic Records, you need to access the Hall of Akashic Records. The Hall of Akashic Records (also called the Library of Akashic Records) is not a physical building but an energetic database in this universe. You can access it from anywhere, anytime, but it takes a bit of . . . technique.
Okay, so what is that technique, you ask. Well, it’s not too complicated, but it takes caution to teach it. I’d rather not teach it over the internet to someone I don’t know. Reading the Akashic Records is a work that takes high level of responsibility and integrity.
Akashic Record Readers are like housekeepers. It’s possible to gather very personal information there, so the Reader shouldn’t be someone who would “open the drawer” out of mere curiosity.
Needless to say, the reader should not do the reading without the person’s permission. It’s like entering someone’s house without permission. If you come home one day and find out someone was inside, you wouldn’t like it, would you? Even if the person were a professional housekeeper and did the cleaning of your place, you would like it only when you ask her to do the work.
Also, someone who does too much work is no good even if they do it out of “good intention”. With the same analogy, this is like a housekeeper who cleans up the are she is not supposed to work on. An Akashic Record Reader needs to know exactly what they are doing, including their responsibility.
“But what happens if someone inappropriate learns how to access and read the Akashic Records? Can something like a computer virus attack happen, with someone accessing my Akashic Records when I am not aware?”
Next article answers this concern, so please stay tuned.