Akashic Record

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Alright.

There is a chance I MAY lose some readers here, psychologically as well as physically.  Some of you may feel as if I’ve gone too far off the deep end.  A few weeks ago while grocery shopping I ran into an old friend of mine who has been reading Wisdom and Life for sometime.  We spent about twenty minutes in one of the grocery aisles catching up and talking about all things spiritual.  All three of my blogs took a hiatus over the Christmas/New Year period and Cynthia mentioned how much she missed them.

 

That’s always so gratifying to hear because without that feedback I never know who is reading what I write unless someone comments at any number of places I post my content.  Somehow we arrived at the topic of inspiration and how we receive it.  As you all know, I feel I am simply a conduit for Wisdom and Life.  Cynthia mentioned a book (and now of course, do you think I recall the title?  Of course not!) that discussed The Akashic Records.  This is where I may lose some of you…

 

…Esoteric theory has it that The Akashic Record is an ethereal hall that houses all knowledge, spiritual, physical and otherwise.  (To show how connected everything truly is, that same afternoon when returning home, I flipped on the television and watched a program that spoke about The Akashic Record.  If not for the fact that I’m centered in this paradigm, I would probably be shocked, surprised, stunned that the VERY thing Cynthia and I discussed now appeared again in my purview.)

 

Is it possible that what we are tapping into when we say we are in the flow, when we say The Divine is guiding us, when use words such as intuition, inspiration, clairvoyance, what we are REALLY tapping into is the Akashic Record?  Some of you who have been following Wisdom and Life as a result of finding me through Spiritual and Religious means my find this particular column a bit uncomfortable, may find it somewhat outside your comfort zone. may think I’ve forsaken my spirituality for something more esoteric.  That couldn’t be further from the truth.

 

Why can’t there be a Divinity that created The Akashic Record?  Why does anything with an extraterrestrial nature have to be shunned by the Religious and Spiritual?  I believe Science and Religion can indeed be cooperative; in fact I’d go so far as to say they MUST be cooperative.  I feel that God did create EVERYTHING we see and have in this world.  I also feel God needed help in creating what we have.

 

Something out of nothing?

Sure!

There MUST have been some spark to create something out of nothing and that’s where Science enters.  Whether as some believe humanity was seeded from deep space, whether God created humanity in HIS image, HE MUST have had help.

 

What of the race that exists on the other side of this Universe?
–Do you believe they are grappling with the same challenges we are here?
–Do you believe they think they are alone?
–Do you believe they are wondering about their nature?  Where they arrived from?

 

Why can’t there be a Divinity who created something out of nothing and also created many worlds out of nothing?  I’ve said it before:
I think ANYONE who believes humanity is alone in the vast universe and believes humanity is at the top of the food chain is VASTLY egotistical.

 

I’m not saying I believe The Akashic Record exists.

What I am saying is:
Be open to EVERYTHING.

 

Would you want to be the person who denied the existence of something so steadfastly then one day find how wrong you truly were?  All I’m saying is:
Be open.
Take off those spiritual blinders you are always wearing.

 

You may just find something that has been at the periphery of your vision your entire life.

 

Be Happy!  Be Well!  Be Positive!
Blessings to you.

Chris

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