Over the years, I have had many questions about God.
My interest in knowing God became more pronounced with time. I started to look for books about God. I wanted to know the answers to my questions: Who is God? What is the image of God? Where is God? Is God male or female? Why is it important to pray? These are a few of the questions that I decided to ask The Akashic Records. In accessing The Akashic Records other questions came to mind: Is there such a place called hell? Where is hell?
As I meditated, it became more evident to me that the answers that I was receiving were coming from a higher force. I recorded these answers and wrote them on paper. In continuing to access The Akashic Records, I was told that I would write a book. This was surprising to me because I had never given a thought to writing a book. As I contemplated on the responses that I received, I knew that I wanted to share these answers with others who are seeking the truth about God.
RECENT EXPLORERS OF THE AKASHIC RECORDS II
Robert Cheney, in his 1996 book, Akashic Records, suggested that "Perhaps the vibrational threads of a single life permeates the entire universe, interacting with other vibrational energies.... Just as the words and music of a song are preserved on audio tape, or a compact disc, so is the story of your life saved in the Akashic Records" (p. 6).
In the Old Testament, the book of Daniel cites the Archangel Michael as saying that all people will be delivered if their names "shall be found written in the book." The book of Malachi speaks of a "book of remembrance," and St. Paul's Second Epistle to the Corinthians describes a book "written not with ink, but with the Spirit of the living God." Hence, the…notion of a "universal record" is not limited to Hindu traditions. In addition, the Islamic Holy Quran refers to such a "universal record" in terms that Cheney suggests are reminiscent of modern computer files. Cheney suggests that the Akashic Records "are the imprint of the Self on the eternal, universal, electromagnetic atmosphere of primary substance" and that this "substance is everywhere" (p. 9). He continues to conjecture that each single event is entered in its own "electromagnetic field" (p. 11). These concepts are similar to those discussed in parapsychology, the scientific study of anomalous interactions.
Masami Saionji (Born in Tokyo on June 1, 1941) Masami Saionji is descended from the Royal Ryuku Family of Okinawa. In the book “THE AKASHIC EXPERIENCE SCIENCE AND THE COSMIC MEMORY FIELD” edited by Ervin Laszlo, Masami Saionji, Chairperson of the Goi Peace Foundation, delivers a fine essay called ‘Shaping Creative Fields’. She tells of her own near death experience while in her teens and her subsequent entering into the Akashic Field, guided by ancestral spirits. She then explains her understanding of creative energy fields. As we draw power and inspiration from the Akashic Field, a sphere of power and influence radiates from our physical bodies, thus meeting and joining with other people’s energy fields. Complementary energies feed and nourish each other, helping us visualize the saying ‘like attracts like’. Much like the Law of Attraction, giving attention to creating and maintaining positive creative fields naturally draws you to the outcomes you envision.
Robert L. DeMelo(contemporary) in his theoretical physics ebook: The General Principles of Reality A, takes yet another different approach deducing through implicit logical the potential existence of an infinite knowing universal consciousness of which we are all apart of essentially contributing to its own existence. His logical deduction compares the common properties between space and time and applies them to consciousness. He concludes in his ebook by referring to this infinite consciousness as God.
Alex Grey (born November 29, 1953) is an American artist specializing in spiritual and psychedelic art (or visionary art) that is sometimes associated with the New Age movement. Grey is a Vajrayana practitioner. Grey relays that his first encounter with the Akashic Field took place while on LSD in the 1970’s. With his wife along for the ride, they both explored the same realm of super-consciousness and knowledge without ever leaving their New York apartment. Grey goes on to explains that he drew inspiration from the immense concentration of energy and information that is outside the realm of our reality, and since that time he attempts to interpret this through his art.
Rupert Sheldrake (Born June 28, 1942), agrees that the concept of Akashic Records, a Vedic term, which represents the library of all experiences and memories of human minds(souls) throughout their physical lifetimes, can be related to “morphic fields”, since one’s past (an akashic record) is a mental form, consisting of thoughts as simpler mental forms (all processed by the same brain), and a group of similar or related mental forms also have their associated (collective) “morphic field”. (Sheldrake’s view on memory-traces is that they are non-local, and not located in the brain.)
Jnana Yoga (The Vedanta Philosophy)
All the Vedantists agree on three points. They believe in God, in the Vedas as revealed, and in cycles. We have already considered the Vedas. The belief about cycles is as follows: All matter throughout the universe is the outcome of one primal matter called Akasha; and all force, whether gravitation, attraction or repulsion, or life, is the outcome of one primal force called Prana. Prana acting on Akasha is creating or projecting the universe. At the beginning of a cycle, Akasha is motionless, unmanifested. Then Prana begins to act, more and more, creating grosser and grosser forms out of Akasha--plants, animals, men, stars, and so on. After an incalculable time this evolution ceases and involution begins, everything being resolved back through finer and finer forms into the original Akasha and Prana, when a new cycle follows. Now there is something beyond Akasha and Prana. Both can be resolved into a third thing called Mahat--the Cosmic Mind. This Cosmic Mind does not create Akasha and Prana, but changes itself into them.
“The eye through which I see God is the same eye through which God sees me; my eye and God's eye are one eye, one seeing, one knowing, one love.”
― Meister Eckhart
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