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
Yes, it gave me deeper understanding and insight as to what karma is and how we can overcome it.
Very easy to listen to.
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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.
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.
no one. This is just a listing of boring case histories. It doesn't really provide instructional info. I can't stand to listen to this. This has got to be just about the worst audiobook I've ever bought. I love Edgar Cayce, but this is just a monotonous regurgitation of readings. I want my money back.
very nice voice
send me credit or give me a refund!
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