MY SEARCH FOR GOD THROUGH THE AKASHIC RECORDS
BY LEE FISHER
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QUOTES ON THE AKASHAIC RECORDS III
“Upon time and space is written the thoughts, the deeds, the activities of an entity – as in relationships to its environs, its hereditary influence; as is directed – or judgement drawn by or according to what the entity’s ideal is.
Hence, as it has been oft called, the record is God’s book of remembrance, and each entity, each soul – as the activities of a single day of an entity in the material world – either makes same good or bad or indifferent, depending upon the entity’s application of self towards that which is the ideal manner for the use of time, opportunity and the Expression of that for which each soul enters material manifestation.
The interpretation then as drawn here is with the desire and hope that, in opening this for the entity, the experience may be one of helpfulness and hopefulness.”— Edgar Cayce, Reading 1650-1
DR. ERVIN LASZLO
The most exhaustive research to date has been set forth by Ervin Laszlo, Sorbonne Doctorate, Nobel Prize nominee and 2001 winner of the Japan Peace Prize.
In his exciting work on the innate nature of cosmic consciousness, Dr Lazslo describes an energy field, like the electromagnetic and gravitational fields, which records and transmits all information generated by any event, organism or object. If not for this field, evolution would be random and the highly narrow combination of conditions which support life on Planet Earth would be beyond the possibility of coincidence. The universe is far too efficient to be operating without creative intelligence. He calls this force the Akashic Field, pointing out that the ancient Vedas exactly describe the qualities and abilities he has observed firsthand.
In his book Science and the Akashic Field, he states: “In the Sanskrit and Indian cultures, Akasha is an all-encompassing medium that underlies all things and becomes all things. It is real, but so subtle that it cannot be perceived until it becomes the many things that populate the manifest world. Our bodily senses do not register Akasha, but we can reach it through spiritual practice. The ancient Rishis reached it through a disciplined, spiritual way of life, and through yoga. They described their experiences and made Akasha an essential element of the philosophy and mythology of India.”
THE UNIVERSAL IN-FORMATION FIELD by Bojan Gorjanc June 21, 2009
Source: Science And The Akashic Field: An Integral Theory Of Everything.
In his previous books LASZLO( Ervin Laszlo) named the universal in-formation field the Akashic Field, or A-field for short.
What is the reason for this name?
In the Sanskrit and Indian cultures, Akasha is an all-encompassing medium that underlies all things and becomes all things. It is real, but so subtle that it cannot be perceived until it becomes the many things that populate the manifest world.
Our bodily senses do not register Akasha, but we can reach it through spiritual practice.
The ancient Rishis reached it through a disciplined, spiritual way of life, and through yoga. They described their experience, and made Akasha an essential element of the philosophy and mythology of India. The Akashic vision of a cyclic universe - of a Metaverse that creates universe after universe - is essentially the vision we now get from cosmology.
In the new physics the unified, physically real vacuum is the equivalent of Akasha. It is the original field out of which emerged particles and atoms, stars and planets, human and animal bodies, and all the things that can be seen and touched. It is a dynamic, energy-filled medium in ceaseless fluctuation. The vacuum is Akasha and Prana rolled into one - the womb of all the “matter” and all the “force” in the universe.
Sufi Master Hazarat Inayat Khan
Excerpted from "The Way of Illumination"
"Akasha means accommodation; not necessarily what man calls the sky, although the sky is an accommodation. On the model of the Akasha the whole creation has been based...all that exists is contained in an accommodation in the Akasha, and by being in Akasha the nature of all things is revealed.
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