Some say that God does not exist, yet we see evidence of a higher power. We speak of God as eternal, king of kings, heavenly Father, jealous, sustainer, merciful, and many more descriptions.
MODERN HISTORY OF THE AKASHIC RECORDS II
Carl Gustav Jung ( July 26,1875 – June 6,1961) “Who has fully realized that history is not contained in thick books but lives in our very blood?”
The collective unconscious is an universal datum, that is, every human being is endowed with this psychic archetype-layer since his/her birth. One can not acquire this strata by education or other conscious effort because it is innate. We may also describe it as a universal library of human knowledge, or the “sage” in man, the very transcendental wisdom that guides mankind.
Jung stated that the religious experience must be linked with the experience of the archetypes of the collective unconscious. Thus, God himself is lived like a psychic experience of the path that leads one to the realization of his/her psychic wholeness.
Edgar Cayce (March 18, 1877 – January 3, 1945) was an American psychic who lived before the emergence of the New Age Movement, yet many consider him to be the true founder and a principle source of its most characteristic beliefs. The Akashic Records are referred to by Edgar Cayce, when he stated that each person is held to account after life and 'confronted' with their “personal akashic record” of what they have or have not done in life in a karmic sense. The idea is comparable to the biblical Book of Life which is consulted to see whether or not the dead are admitted to heaven.
Albert Einstein ( March 14, 1879 – April 18, 1955) Einstein tried to find a scientific explanation for the Akashic Records. He made the discovery that a space exists between the smallest existing particles. He never finished his research but said: "I just want to know God’s thoughts. The rest are details." Today, scientists know that this space is not empty. It is an interconnecting field of information that interweaves every atom, particle, cell, organism, and thought. It exists everywhere. It is one field of information that connects everything, called the Akashic Field. This field is the memory of the universe and continuously interacts with matter at all levels.
RECENT EXPLORERS OF THE AKASHIC RECORDS I
Ervin Laszlo (born 1932) Drawing on anomalies and advances in cosmology, quantum physics, biology, and consciousness studies, systems theorist, philosopher and author, Ervin Laszlo shows how the discovery in physics of the zero point energy field (ZPE), is also the discovery of a universal information field. In Laszlo's recent books' he conveys the theories of the latest new science of the Akashic-Field and its function as the source of all manifestation and interconnectedness.
Ervin Laszlo equates the Vacuum field or zero-point energy with the akasha—cosmic mind, universal consciousness, and the field that unifies all things. Mr. Laszlo also says, “Although it appears solid, in the last count, matter is energy bound in quantized wave-packets and these packets are further bound together to create the vast and harmonious architecture that makes up the world. However, these wave packets, also called the A-Field, don’t only store information occurring in the present moment, they contain all information, every thought every deed, every development that has ever happened since this universe’s existence.”
László's 2004 book, Science and the Akashic Field: An Integral Theory of Everything and ( 2003 )The Connectivity Hypothesis: Foundations of an Integral Science of Quantum, Cosmos, Life, and Consciousness.
Gregg Braden (born June 28, 1954) The scientist, Gregg Braden, says in his new book, Awakening the power of a modern God, following about this field that permeates all of creation;;“Between 1993 and 2000 scientists documented evidence of a field of energy, which is described in 3 ways: 1) The field is everywhere all of the time. 2) The field exists from the very beginning, what we call the big bang in the theories of physics. 3) The field has an intelligence, it responds to very specific qualities of human emotions.This field is now recognized as a conduit. It is this field that carries everything we hold within into the world beyond our bodies.”New York Times best-selling author Gregg Braden is internationally renowned as a pioneer in bridging science, spirituality, and the real world. Following a successful career as a computer geologist for Phillips Petroleum during the 1970s energy crisis, he worked as a senior computer systems designer with Martin Marietta Defense Systems during the final years of the Cold War. In 1991, he became the first technical operations manager for Cisco Systems.
Jane Roberts (May 8, 1929 – September 5, 1984) in the Seth books describes a different version of a similar idea when Seth asserts that the fundamental stuff of the universe is ideas and consciousness, and that an idea once conceived exists forever. Seth argued that all ideas and knowledge are in principle accessible by "direct cognition". Direct cognition shares semantic congruency with intuition and allows for the possibility of direct knowing without time elapsing and without knowledge needing to be transferred e.g. in speech or text. This is similar to what Robert Monroe refers to as rotes in his Out-of-body book trilogy.Includes contributions by, Edgar Mitchell, , Manly P. Hall, William Lilly, Dion Fortune, George Hunt Williamson, Samual Aun Weor, Max Heindel, Jiddu Krisnamurti, Brandt, Katharina; Hammer, Olav (2013).
Stanislav Grof M.D. (born July 1, 1931 - present) is a psychiatrist, one of the founders of the field of transpersonal psychology and a pioneering researcher into the use of non-ordinary states of consciousness for purposes of exploring, healing, and obtaining growth and insights into the human psyche. Grof received the VISION 97 award granted by the Foundation of Dagmar and Václav Havel in Prague on October 5, 2007. In his paper “Evidence for the Akashic Field from Modern Consciousness Research”. Dr.Grof details cases in his field of study of what he terms “an important subcategory of non-ordinary states of consciousness”. The observations from his research of holotropic states suggest that “the individual human psyche has – at least potentially – the capacity of accessing all the information stored in the akashic field. It can do it not only in the role of an uninvolved observer, but also as a protagonist, identifying experientially with all the people, animals, plants, and even inorganic objects and processes that are part of this field.” His studies have lead him to suggest that – in some yet unexplained way – the archetypal world is either an integral part of the akashic field or the akashic field mediates experiential access to it.
Stanley Krippner (born October 4, 1932) is an American psychologist, and an executive faculty member and Professor of Psychology at Saybrook University in San Francisco. Formerly, Krippner was director of the Kent State University Child Study Center (of Kent, Ohio), and director of the Maimonides Medical Center Dream Research Laboratory (of Brooklyn, New York). In Stanley Krippner’s “Geomagnetic Field Effects in Anomalous Dreams and the Akashic Field” He states that “The Akashic Records have been written about over the millennia and were the topic of oral mythology even earlier. In ancient India, the Sanskrit word "akashic" or "cosmic sky" resembled the contemporary concept of "space." But the term refered not only to intergalactic space but also to space (and time) in the loftier dimensions of life, the source from which creation flowed, the divine domain. Therefore, this ancient term signified a space-time continuum that is all pervasive. Krippner is an internationally known humanistic psychologist, having written extensively on dreams, altered states of consciousness, hypnosis, shamanism, dissociation, and para-psychological subjects.
“Every creature is a word of God and is a book about God.”
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