The best-selling Edgar Cayce on the Akashic Records is read in its entirety by voice-talent David Hartley Margolin. The Akashic Records, also known as the Book of Life, are the storehouse of all information for every individual who has ever lived upon the earth, containing every word, deed, feeling, thought, and intent that ever occurred. Learn how you can tap into your records - your past lives, your present experiences, and your future - to create the life you desire now.
©2010 Kevin J. Todeschi (P)2010 A.R.E. Press
Just another human like all the rest ;)
Yes, but they must be prepared for a book of knowledge and not of entertainment.
If you find this as fascinating as I did, I highly reccommend the Seth Speaks books by Jane Roberts
This book is an excellent weaving of Edgar Cayce readings that culminates into an educational journey about our souls and the afterlife backed by hard evidence and personal testimonies.
The narrator was fine. The book was really interesting until the last couple of chapters that went into details of two case studies seemingly with no payoff in terms of significance. The guided meditation wasn't the best I've ever experienced, or the worst. The only thing I didn't like was the constant quoting of Biblical verses which seems at odds with the idea that these teachings are universal. Words like "reverie" and phrases like "keep sweet" belong to certain churches and ideologies and definitely aren't universal. I found that distracting, but maybe people who are more familiar with Cayce's work would not.
I have always been curious to know more about the Akashic records.
That there are purposes behind everything and that nothing is done without a plan.
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
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