Mistakenly believed too complex to be accessible except by spiritual masters, instead:
The Akashic Records may be accessed by anyone.
As a Spiritual Guide in the Akashic Records, I am very aware that, in a historical sense, I should not be doing what I do. I am not a spiritual master. I am not male. Since I am not accepting of the stereotypes and misconceptions of the Akashic Records, perhaps it would be advisable to yield, to be quiet.
Instead, I perceive that I am holding a light on a new possibility, a new path. If I can explore and learn from this path, others can, too. When it comes to the Akashic Records, the only difference between you and me is that I have experience and am further down the road. We are all capable of extraordinary experience – the roadblock is trusting yourself to move beyond the erroneous notions of yesterday.
Historically, within many religious traditions, lies the argument over who has the wisdom and authority to perceive and receive sacred truth. Generally, this is a debate which creates opposition between religious authorities and the individual. The priest is perceived to have a level of mastery the individual does not possess. In contrast, many believe they do not need someone to transmit or interpret on their behalf – access with the divine is through personal experience.
If a source of information is perceived to be accessible only by an expert or master, then the search for the right answer can only be found at the doorway of an expert or master. Limited access and complexity can elevate both the information and the expert as beyond ordinary. Raised above the everyday, those who are not enough cannot enter. Information is filtered and becomes more valuable because of the limited access. This then reinforces the necessity of scrambling for the right answer and the easy steps from the experts because their access to the limited is seen to prove the validity of what they offer. At the same time, this reinforces the uselessness of the individual who is not capable or wise enough to be an expert and thus cannot access the Akashic Records.
Access to the Akashic Records is not limited to experts. However, access requires integrity, intention, flexibility, and the ability to maintain present moment awareness. These requirements are supported when connection with the Akashic Records is clearly defined and agreed to with self and with the Akashic Records.
Spiritual connection requires clarity of thought and an openness beyond personal expectations and limiting belief. The mistake is believing your knowing and understanding is limited to the linear and the physical. Instead, the most beneficial stance is to approach the Akashic Records within the power of I am here to learn. Learning is the approach which supports deepest connection with the Akashic Records.
In the openness to learn, personal knowing comes through more than just the five physical senses. Knowing expands beyond what is defined as linear and opens to the perspective beyond the limits of physical time and space. This openness is available to all.
This perspective creates the opportunity to connect with the depth and breadth of the Akashic Records beyond limiting self-belief and social convention. Relieved from having to “figure it out,” you can now accept a way to learn to connect with the transcendent awareness of the Akashic Records.
Limits are self-perceived. The Akashic Records exist beyond the limits of human knowing. With trust of self and a willingness to move beyond ego’s arrogance, anyone has the potential to connect with the Akashic Records if they so choose.
This is an excerpt from one of my newest books, 10+ Secrets of the Akashic Records.