Posted in Weird & Woo-Woo Stuff on 15. May, 2009
By Anna Sayce
Eighteen months ago I learned how to access the Hall of Akashic Records and read soul records there.
The Hall of Akashic Records are an etheric ‘place’ which holds all the memories of our souls. Many psychics see the akashic records as a library of records, where you can go etherically, and look up someone’s ‘soul record’, using their full name, date of birth and place of birth.
Their soul record within the Hall of Akashic Records is like a book or a database that contains information about the person in this lifetime, in all their previous lifetimes, between lifetimes and even future lifetimes. All the events, words and thoughts that have even occurred in the history and future of your life, as a soul, will be recorded in the Akashic Record. But it doesn’t just contain information about souls. It also contains information about places, animal souls, and events too.
As you can imagine, being able to access the Akashic Record allows you to provide some pretty cool information about a soul’s past, present and future. Most often, people ask me about their past lives.
So, how do you get information from the Akashic Record? And how do you tune in? Do you go into a trance or something?
To go into the Akashic Record, the process is similar to the way psychics tune into someone’s Spirit Guides or Higher Self. The main component of the ‘tuning in’ process is a visualization which takes you to the Hall of Akashic Records. However, once you get there, you need Akashic record Spirit Guides to find the relevant information for you, as the Hall of Akashic records is a vast place. Once you are in, you give your Guides the relevant birth information and they find the right Akashic Record ‘file’ for you. Then, to read the person’s ‘file’ or soul record, you need to understand which information to look for, and you need a system of retrieving it.
I’m not in a trance while I do it, the state that I’m in is the same state a psychic is in when they’re doing a phone reading for you, live. I am always in a quiet place, with no distractions when I’m reading the Akashic Record and I prefer to prepare all my readings rather than do them live, as it’s much easier. (Edit 8/5/2010: Although I’m still doing readings, I no longer prepare my readings anymore – you can find out more about why in this post.)
Can anyone enter the Akashic Record?
To read the Akashic record, you need to have Akashic Records Spirit Guides assigned to you, which happens via your intention – my teacher did it for me through an attunement. It can also happen spontaneously. A well-known psychic wrote to me saying that she’d been assigned an Akashic Record Guide spontaneously, and this can happen if you’re ready to access the Hall of Akashic Records on behalf of other people, but you’d need some psychic ability already to have that happen.
If you want to be able to look up information in the Akashic Record with some level of reliability and accuracy, I’d recommend you get trained to do it, as you need to know which questions to ask and how to interpret the answers. If you’re not sure what information you can access in the Akashic record, you won’t know what to ask.
Can you look up any information that you want in the Akashic Record?
It’s true that the Akashic Record is full of any information you would want to know about yourself or others. However, you can’t just look up someone’s soul record without permission. If I do a reading for someone, I need permission. You are allowed to look up the Akashic Record of anyone close to you, such as your family members, significant other and close friends. You are not allowed to look up information about someone in the Hall of Akashic Records just out of curiosity.
So, what kind of questions do you ask in the Akashic Record?
It depends on what kind of reading I’m doing. For example, if I’m doing a reading for someone who wants to know about their soul purpose for this lifetime, their career and what kind of work would suit them, I look up information on their soul’s intended gifts and purpose for this lifetime. If someone was looking for healing, I would read their soul record and energy body to find the negative ‘stuff’ which is affecting them. I know what kinds of blocks can occur and because of this, I recognize them when I find them, and I have a system for finding out how they’re affecting my client. With the client’s permission, you can also affect the Akasha energy (the energy of someone’s Akashic Records) to create healing for them. For example, if a client is affected by a past-life vow of poverty, there are ways to erase that energy of scarcity and poverty from their energy and from their soul record.
Is the soul record open to interpretation depending on who reads it?
Readers who have been trained to enter and read your soul records do get the same findings. For example, a client once got a reading from me about his soul’s purpose and past, but was sceptical and so ordered the same reading from the woman who taught me to read the Akashic Record to get some proof. He wrote to me to say that we both gave him exactly the same information.
If someone has been trained to read your soul records using a different method, they could see things a little differently but the overall message of the reading should be the same. I have had clients who had readings with other Akashic record readers who trained in a different system to the one I use, and they remark to me that we have told them the same information about past lives.
How did you learn to access peoples’ soul records?
I learned through a program called Soul Realignment. I recommend this program on my website because it was the program that got me started with intuitive readings and I found it really helpful. I think Soul Realignment taught me in one year what experience and doing it myself would have taught me in ten years, and even then I’d still be lagging behind.
Why do you need someone’s date of birth, name and place of birth to read the Akashic Record?
You need this information to confirm that you are reading for the right person. For example, if I go into the Akashic Record and tell my guides I want to read for Charles Smith, they may be unclear on who I mean. I need the other details to make sure there is no confusion about who I’m referring to.
I hope that satisfies your curiosity to those who’ve been asking me questions about this. Do leave a comment if you’ve got any other questions about the Akashic Record in general. Or alternatively leave a comment if you know of any other resources to learn how to read the Akashic Record.