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The Akashic Records and Channeling

The information in the Akashic Records is not stored in any one place. It is stored everywhere, in each person’s memories and in the memories of their higher selves. Anyone in conscious contact with her higher self can access the Records. The information in the Records, just like the information on the Internet, may or may not be useful to you. 

The Akashic Records are a cosmic library of everything everyone has ever known or done, in every lifetime. For that reason, some people call them the “karmic records.” The Records are also called the collective consciousness (or unconsciousness). The easiest way to understand the Records is to imagine the Internet and the World Wide Web. 

The information on the ‘Web is not stored in any one computer, file or data base. It is spread across the world. Anyone with a computer and the proper software can access it. Finding the information might require patience and search engines, or may be simple and take just a few clicks. Whether the information is relevant is up to you. Since the information is not static, what you access today might not be what you access tomorrow, so your search may never truly end. 

The information in the Akashic Records is not stored in any one place. It is stored everywhere, in each person’s memories and in the memories of their higher selves. Anyone in conscious contact with her higher self can access the Records. The information in the Records, just like the information on the Internet, may or may not be useful to you. 

Edgar Cayce is probably the most famous person who accessed the Records. When he went into his trance, he simply searched for the cause and cure of the illness he was presented with.

What Cayce did is commonly known as “channeling,” and nearly anyone can do it. We all have a “higher self” (some believe the higher self is the soul) who is in direct contact with God/dess or Source. Many of us are not in conscious contact with this higher self. Through meditation, we can connect with our higher selves, and ask that information be retrieved from the Records for our examination.

By writing or speaking the knowledge we access, we become “channels” through which this information flows. That is the meaning of “channeling.” The old name for a channel was a “medium.” Medium is the singular of “media” which is a word which means intermediary or go-between. The difference between a medium and a channel is that mediums often manifested physical phenomena (ectoplasm, ghostly figures, weird noises) and channels simply offer spoken or written words. A hundred years ago, the manifestations were necessary to gain attention. Once manifestation began to gain only negative attention for the mediums, it was no longer used. Now the extra energy once used for manifestation is used to connect longer and more clearly to one’s higher self.

Practitioners of Huna (a form of Hawaiian religious magic) believe that each of us is connected to every other person we’ve ever come in contact with (in this life or a previous one) by a long sticky cord called an “aka cord.” This aka cord allows for telepathy, distance healing and remote viewing. It is probably the vehicle for channeling as well. The articles on Thoughtforms contain more information on the aka cord.

My ebook, Gevera's Guide to Channeling, is coming soon.


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