You may have heard of the Akashic Records in connection witb the famous clairvoyant, Edgar Cayce. He was said to have drawn on the Akashic Records when making remarkably accurate predictions for the future. He also used them to cure disease, by entering into a trance and describing the condition of the sick person, as if he could see right into their body.
Angels are involved in the Akashic Records on two levels. Our personal guardian angel records our thoughts and deeds, keeping our personal Akashic Record updated. And the angels that oversee the Akashic Records are called the Lords of Karma. We’ve all heard of karma. Essentially, it means: “As ye sow, so shall ye reap”.
Many people believe there exists a store of all the information accumulated by mankind, since their creation. This is because energy cannot be destroyed — but simply transformed into a different form. Many scientists, includling Carl Jung believed it is possible to connect with this vast storehouse of thoughts and knowledge and this forms the source of all inspiration.
Many creative people, such as Mozart and Shakespeare, are said to have been able to tap directly into this source. That would explain why Shakespeare, a writer from a rural backwater, seemed to know so much detail about kings and the way of their courts. The writer, Coleridge was hard at work writing his amazing work “Kublah Khan”, when a knock at his cottage door somehow broke the connection and the rest of his creation was lost. And Thomas Alva Edison, inventor of the light bulb and the gramophone, also spoke of ideas coming out of thin air.
It is also believed every thought and deed that every human has ever had is recorded on what they call the Book Of Life or the Akashic Records. Think of this as a giant database of human life — far larger than the database in the biggest supercomputer in the world.
The word “Akasha” is Sanskrit for “boundless space”, but the concept of such a record existing embraces many cultures and religions. Mention of them appears in both testaments of the Bible, as well as in the folklore of the Arabs, the Assyrians, The Babylonians, the Hebrews and the Phoenicians.
Source by Gaynor Peck