How to Read the Akashic Records

How to Read the Akashic Records

Accessing the Archive of the Soul and Its Journey

eBook - 2009
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The universe is alive-and it has a memory just like you. Known as the Akashic Records, this energetic archive of soul information stands ready to lovingly guide you. Once accessible to rare spiritual masters, now the Records are available to anyone-anytime, anywhere. After a lifelong search for truth, master teacher and healer Linda Howe has developed an infallible method for accessing this reservoir of information, the Pathway Prayer Process. By lifting you to a divine level of consciousness, this sacred prayer opens the doors of the Records, where your "soul blueprint"-everything you need to know about your soul's destiny-awaits you. There you will work with your Masters, Teachers, and Loved Ones to cultivate a rich relationship with the Records, and ultimately learn to unleash your highest potential. Grounded with the success stories of dozens of people whose lives have been touched by the Records, this comprehensive guidebook will help you confidently read the Records for yourself-or another-and find inspiration for your own spiritual path.
Publisher: [United States] : Sounds True : Made available through hoopla, 2009
ISBN: 9781591798866
Branch Call Number: Hoopla eBook
Characteristics: 1 online resource
Additional Contributors: Looye, Juliette
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💎 The Akashic records, for those not in the know about New Age mythology, are an alleged compendium of all knowledge, existing in the non-physical plane—yes, a spirit library, and you can access it for a paltry fee or through special prayers; various theosophy writers claim to have read it all with amusingly contradictory results.


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