Love it! It is a very important information on how to access the these Records and it also teaches you the importance of having good soul, for working with these records.
Similar to other Edgar Cayce material. If you've read others, it is a bit redundant, however still as inspirational as all the rest. The last chapters include guided meditations.
yes, i went to listen the 2nd time
how it relates to everyday people and situations
perfect match, his voice was perfect
so many, i think the one that stands the most its how to love every person that comes your way
highly recommend this reading
I am familiar with Edgar Cayce's work...The Akashic Records interest me, I still don't know if it's true...But a lot of people do, I may go over this one again.
The content is fascinating and applicable to bettering my life now.
I had so many ah ha moments. I couldn't stop listening, it only took two days to finish.
You should also read "Why Jesus Taught Reincarnation" by Dr. Herbert Puryear, the single best book on Christianity and reincarnation I have ever read. Much of his understanding of the Bible first came from the Akashic Records.
I listened to this book on 2x speed. I wanted to get through it quick because one story was enough for me to understand that Edgar Cayce could see (I finish everything I start.) And that the narrator did not spice it up a bit. The narration was bland.
No. Those that believe will not need another story. Those that do not believe will not be convinced by this book.
More spice. I felt that it was monotone and bland.
There are enough good ghost, good spirit movies on the market that this one would not be different. It would be if the director made it realistic.
Yes, it gave me deeper understanding and insight as to what karma is and how we can overcome it.
Very easy to listen to.
The Truth about Karma
Best source (and best listening) of information regarding Cayce and the Akashic Records. I did not expect anything to come of the exercises, but was pleasantly surprised with my experience.
Enlightening as the early books of Jess Stern.
There were no "characters"' but the readings are phenomenal.
That each of us has, and contains our own history, called the Akashic Records, which we can reach if we want to.
Looking for more of this kind, put out by the A.R.E.