Akashic Records

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Have you guys ever heard of the Akashic Records?

I came across when couple of days ago and found "them" interesting, I guess. Though, all the sites I came across speak of it saying that each person-their soul thoughts, perceptions, etc are kept in this record and we need to have some sort of vibrational energy to access and read (read?) the records. I read some on this site "Akashic Records: What are they? How do I access them? How do I read the Akashic Records?" by DestinationDeluxe (Don't know if/when new members can post links).

Another weird definition included:

The Akashic records are a compendium of all human knowledge that can be accessed on the astral plane. According to Theosophist philosophy, the Akashic records don't pass judgement or label actions as good or bad; rather, they simply state what has been. Knowledge of this "Book of Life" can influence our views of reality and serve as a tool of self-development.

Have you heard of such a thing before?
If you have (and believe in this) what is your take on it?
 

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I do recall finding references to these in my early spiritual reading. I think Blavatsky, Steiner, and Cayce all believed in them. In my experience, the records seem to have been largely disregarded by present generations.

I was never a believer in them and never gave them serious thought.
 

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Have you heard of such a thing before?
If you have (and believe in this) what is your take on it?

@Nicholas Weeks might have something to say about the Akashic Records?

(On a less than serious side, I recall @wil told us here in this forum that, at one point during a medical procedure when he was passing out, he had a vision of a wall fulll of exotic writing. We were joking at the time that it was just like him to take a peek at the Akashic Records and then find out he couldn't read the script :) )
 
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The sephiroth of the Tree of Life compose a unity and create a five-dimensional continuum: the three dimensions of the physical world, plus time, plus the spiritual realm. As do the Akashic Records, they serve as a permanent record of everything that has ever taken place and ever will take place.

Jung likened the Akashic Records to the Collective Unconscious which is a form of the unconscious mind (that part of the mind containing memories and impulses of which the individual is not aware) common to mankind as a whole and originating in the inherited structure of the brain.
 

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They been threatening me with "this will go on your permanent record" for my entire life.

Elementary school, scouts, employment, medical records... I believe this is the same thing...

I believe it is the unread writing on the walls...there is no permanent record...and...our lives are the permanent record. Whether you call it what comes around goes around or karma or whatever our current life is the record of a lifetime of decisions...
 

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Collective Unconscious seems more reasonable to me ... and as ever our habit of projecting it onto the world ... someone once explained the 'seeing my whole life flash before me' process as the mental faculty playing all its stored data on fast forward trying to come up with a solution to its current situation ...

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Said this before: In my forties, I went with neighbours to a comedy gig at a venue in Camden. It used to be a music venue, but they've altered it. This was about the third time then. During the intermission I was at the back, leaning on a rail, and my neighbour said, "Of course, in our day, the stage was there, and the bar was there... "

So I pictured the reorientation ... and it was as if a cupboard opened everything tumbled out. Literally before my very eyes. It was staggering, I remembered standing watching... of talking to someone there, of ordering a sneaking shot at the bar, the Greek chic (OMG, yes, I was a bit like that) with her dubious brothers watching from over there ('I'd like to, but it's never going to work,' she said. 'Have you met my brothers?') The gang of us from college who'd meet up and make a bottle of red last most of the night. The two girls coming out of the ladies as I walk into the gents: 'If you get off with anyone, I'll see you Monday.' Falling in love with the silhouette of a waitress in a cheesecloth shirt as she leant across the table between me and a candle.

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The security services have interrogators who reckon they can build a near-complete picture from just a fragment of memory. No coercion necessary. It's just they start with that one bit and walk you through it again and again and every time more comes back. We record so much, we remember so little.
 

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So I pictured the reorientation ... and it was as if a cupboard opened everything tumbled out. Literally before my very eyes. It was staggering, I remembered standing watching... of talking to someone there, of ordering a sneaking shot at the bar, the Greek chic (OMG, yes, I was a bit like that) with her dubious brothers watching from over there ('I'd like to, but it's never going to work,' she said. 'Have you met my brothers?') The gang of us from college who'd meet up and make a bottle of red last most of the night. The two girls coming out of the ladies as I walk into the gents: 'If you get off with anyone, I'll see you Monday.' Falling in love with the silhouette of a waitress in a cheesecloth shirt as she leant across the table between me and a candle.
I enjoy doing this sort of thing quite often. I love nostalgic conversations with others who were there. Nonetheless, differences crop up all the time. I guess this is why history is one of the humanities and not a science.
 
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