Akashic Record Readings

The Akashic Records are a dimension of consciousness containing all instances of every soul. Past (including past lives), present, & all possible futures are accessible when we access the records. However, we will only access what will serve our soul’s highest good.

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Together we will access your records through a string of words (vibrations) that shift us into the appropriate dimension of consciousness to perceive the information that we are meant to know. Many times, we will work in the records together communicating with your guides and your oversoul, pulling the wisdom that you/your soul is seeking.

Because the Akashic Records contains every possible instance of YOU (including your thoughts, actions, beliefs, outcomes, and lives), we work with them to gain clarity on any number of potential topics, to include:

  • Past lives
  • Present situations
  • Potential future outcomes
  • Your soul purpose
  • Your lifework
  • Relationships
  • Trauma
  • Ancestral connection and healing
  • Earthly and soul-level healing
  • Connection with higher self
  • Connection to our guides, angels, and loved ones
  • Acceptance
  • And so much more
I began working with the records to seek confirmation for my life purpose. What I found was so much more. Perhaps the most profound discovery was the ability to heal and experience peace. When we access the Akashic Records, we glimpse our highest selves and we experience unconditional love and acceptance from within. 

You’ll want to come up with a list of 5-10 questions, really honing in on the area of your life/soul where you are seeking guidance. Bonus points if you sit with your questions in advance and meditate – seeking guidance from your intuition. This may deepen your questioning, which may lead to even deeper insights when we access your records together.

When it comes to an Akashic Records reading, the information to be channeled is vast. Without a purpose/intended outcome for your reading, it may or may not feel productive as the information received may or may not feel relevant. For this reason, It’s best to come prepared with a set of questions to fall back on. Additionally, if you are reading for yourself, be prepared with something to write with/on. Typically things flow quickly, and do not always make sense immediately. It’s great to take notes to remember everything and revisit as needed.

Other than this – as far as I’ve experienced and read, anything goes.

If you aren’t sure where to start, I’ve added a list of questions for you here. 

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