The Akashic Records, is a giant filing cabinet of information. Some people think of the Akashic Records as a library, or a book. Some think of it as a database, according to the Records themselves, they are another dimension called the Akasha. The Akasha is a higher dimension than the dimension we live in.
The Akashic Records are basically a record of what will happen, is happening, or has happened. Because they are a higher dimension, the rules of time don’t really apply. Time is a flat circle to the Akashic Records, so information from 2,000 years ago is as accessible as what happened to you yesterday. And what happened to you yesterday is as available as what could happen to you — if you stay on the same destiny trajectory — in 10 years. between String Theory and quantum mechanics and The Records. The Many Worlds Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics states that there are parallel universes that exist side-by-side, and for every action, we take there is an infinite number of universes that co-exist at the same time, right next to us, in which we did not make that action.
we’re always in control of our own destiny. The Records just tell us what the most likely outcome is going to be based on the trajectory that we’re already on. But at any moment, we can decide to forge a new path and redirect our possible outcomes.
Those who subscribe to Akashic record models often reference the biblical “Book of Life” first mentioned in the old testament (Exodus). Scripture asserts that a record of every life is kept in heaven, and it is from these records that souls are judged.
Those who access the records report that seekers may experience meeting guides, angels, and behind-the-scenes players. It seems that the galactic library is well staffed. Some say that accessing the records is a type of “channeling” — others say they receive information in dreams.
those claiming to have accessed the records report any number of experiences: images of guides, temple environments, or auditory messages or instructions — some report “movies” of past lives. After sifting through different accounts of the Akashic Record reports it becomes obvious that everyone has experiences unique to them. Some access the records on first attempts, others persist for weeks or months before achieving success, so approaching the effort in the spirit of “play,” free of expectation, may be the best approach. Many say that persistence in the form of repeated sessions over time brings the best results. There are as many methods.
Have a specific question Try spending a little time clarifying intention, perhaps by writing your thoughts with the understanding that there are no “wrong” questions or intentions — you can ask what you like, but you may not alway get an answer.’
When you’re ready, clearly state your intention and request that any guides, whether you know them or not, assist you.
Use whatever meditation practice you prefer to enter a relaxed, open state — give yourself time to let your energy settle and center. Ask to be allowed to access the records in regard to your question — now stay in an open, receptive state, allowing information to enter your awareness. It could be visual or auditory, or come in the form of a guide or angel.
If you connect with another being, ask their name and clarify that you’re looking for access to the records in regard to a question.
When you’re ready, end your session and take the time to record the experience. Did you get access? If not, it’s ok — for many, it takes more than one attempt to tune in. Even if you believe nothing happened, write down any impressions or thoughts — hindsight may reveal more than expected.