What is an Akashic Record Reading?

In early monastic traditions, the lectio divina was the reverential reading aloud of scripture or holy text where the reader listened with body and mind, heart and soul, allowing the words and their vibrations of spirit to open awareness to the presence of divinity within and without.

The act of uttering sacred words with deeply meditative intention inspires connection with God, with divine source, with All That Is.

In the same spirit, an Akashic Record Reading is a spiritually-inspired, audible expression of an individual soul’s divine source, of the soul’s flow from the unknown and the unknowable.

An Akashic Record Reading begins in the asking for a Reading.  The person opening is the Reader who will open for someone else only when asked.

In the asking, the music of the Reading emerges from within the divine, sacred space offered by the Reader within the Akashic Records and from within the person’s energetic soul flow.

In a Reading, both individuals come together at the point of soul potential to give form to the sacred within, releasing the binding limits of previous experience and whatever no longer serves.

The perspective of the Akashic Record Reading is to offer a different point of view, a view of life from the soul’s perspective, and to offer space and support to release whatever no longer serves.

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Cheryl Marlene, the world’s authority on the Akashic Records, is a mystic who is unafraid of the tough, the raw, and the real aspects of doing deep work. She conducts Akashic Record Readings and teaches students to access the Akashic Records through her signature Akashic Records Master Course. In the field of consciousness, she is known as a futurist, innovator, and master teacher who delivers life-changing lessons with warmth and humor. Her exploration takes her to the cutting edge: bringing the future to you today, to help prepare you for what you will need tomorrow.