I willingly accept responsibility for clearly closing an Akashic Record Reading for Other.
The Closing Dialogue is what you say and do to end an Akashic Record Reading.
Sometimes this is easier said than done.
When you begin with clear intention of the length of the Reading, it is much easier to close the Reading.
And while it might seem that this is a topic best covered in the Opening Dialogue, your opening and closing are the bookends to a complete process.
An Akashic Record Reading is definitely a process where you begin with the end in mind.
If you have set a time limit, that needs to be clear from the beginning.
If there are any other parameters, be clear from the beginning.
This way it is clear when the Reading is concluded.
Your Closing Dialogue acknowledges these parameters, acknowledges that the time has come to an end.
Usually, you begin the Closing Dialogue within the last five minutes — giving time to attend to anything not yet addressed.
Again my best advice: Keep it simple.
Also know that like the Opening Dialogue, the refinement of your Closing Dialogue is an on-going process.
The Akashic Records Masterclass, pages 449-452
This is also Open the Akashic Records for Other, Lesson 21
To create your Closing Dialogue, take these steps:
In your Akashic Records, ask this question:
How do I close the space of the Reading for Other?
Set up a Reading Exchange. In the Akashic Record Reading you receive, ask the following questions:
1. How do I close the space of the Reading for Other?
2. What stuff of mine am I inadvertently bringing to the sacred space of reading the Akashic Records for Other?
3. As a witness in the Akashic Records for Other, what can I do or release to expand my ability to be more fully attentive to Other?
Based on the responses in section A above, ask 1 or 2 questions of your own to create your closing dialogue.
To assemble your Closing Dialogue, take these steps:
Review your Opening Dialogue.
Review the responses you received in both practices about closing.
Think through what you have received and what you feel is the best way for you to close a Reading.
Make a list of these items and arrange them in order of what needs to be said first to last.
From this list, create your Closing Dialogue. Adjust as needed.
Write down what you will say and do.
Begin using your Closing Dialogue in Readings you provide.
As you use your Dialogue, adjust until you feel in balance with its use.