Akashic Records. These are permanent records for every person who has ever lived. These records include all of the lifetimes of every person and everything they did and learned during each lifetime.
These records are stored in a huge room and grouped by the individual soul they belong too. Guardians stand at the entrance of the room and direct visitors to their records. These records are stored out on the astral in a place called the Cathedral of Souls.
The akashic records. Sanskrit word meaning sky, space. A theosophical term referring to a universal filing system which records every occurring thought, word, and action of every one. The records are impressed on a subtle substance called akasha. Akasha means the basis and essence of all things in the material world.
A library of knowledge encoded in a non-physical plane of existence. These records are described to contain all knowledge of human experience and the history of the cosmos. The records are constantly updated and they can be accessed through meditation, visualization, astral projection and during sleep by astral travel.
All of us have an akashic record keeper who updates our records so that our records our current. We also get visits from the record keepers when unexpected major changes or shifts happen in our lives. They also come and update us when we change something about us as exchanging our old astral body for a new one.
The Akashic Records reside in an area in the Cathedral of Souls which is out on the astral plane. When we visit this Cathedral we make our way through this huge building to the records area. Outside of the entrance of the area are Guardians. We go up to one of them and ask them to show us where our records are and they take us to them. Our information is located all in one part of the records area and it represents every lifetime and everything we’ve learned since we as a soul began to take a body to learn and grow.
For me the records show themselves stored in tall white columns. Quite similar to the columns on porches or entry ways of very old houses. The more columns you have the older you are. The more lifetimes you’ve had.