Akashic Records

The Akashic Records are an energetic library of information that contain the details of your soul and its journey. They span through past lives, present incarnations, and future possibilities.

The Akashic Records can be a source of great wisdom, healing, and even spiritual connection.

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More than just a compilation of stored information. Instead, these records can be viewed as a guidance tool that can influence our thoughts, feelings, and views of reality. 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.

 

The Akashic records help identify the unchanging core of our own individual selves and help us understand and eventually confront the fears, phobias and other energetic blocks and patterns we carry through from childhood and even past lifetimes. They help us understand and identify patterns that no longer suit us or the reasons we continue to attract certain types of situations/ people in our lives over and over again. Based on this deep understanding, we can initiate changes to start afresh making new and better choices, which are more aligned to our true nature. 

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An Akashic Reading with Terri Young

Terri Young offers Akashic Records readings via Zoom.

 

1. Preparation

 

Terri will send you a guide that outlines the appropriate questions to ask during your session. Steer clear, for example, of questions that are designed to get a "yes/no" answer. A good way to phrase questions: "What may I know about... or What is the highest and best for me to know about." Prepare many questions about the past, the present and  possible futures. Predictive questions will not, however, be answered.

2. Getting started

Once your Zoom call has been initiated, Terri will answer any initial questions you may have and will review the questions you have prepared at the start of your session. Please do not send her your questions ahead of time.  She will explain the protocol to you and ask you to sit comfortably on a chair with your feet flat on the ground and your arms uncrossed.

Then, she will say a sacred prayer and and say: "Your Records are now open."

3. Engaging with the Record Keepers

The Record keepers will make opening remarks in a very loving way. You may find some of your questions are already answered.  

When they have finished, they say: "We are ready for your questions."

Then you state your questions and provide some background information. Sometimes, the Record Keepers will ask you to provide more specific information or will ask questions. Terri delivers the answers to your questions. Bad news is delivered gently and lovingly. Some questions may not be answered. You can bring up as many questions as time permits during your 50-minute session.

4. Closing

Once you have reached the end of the time, Terri thanks the Record Keepers and announces that your records are now closed. 

She records the session and will send it to you. She doesn't keep a copy unless she asks your permission during the session. 

 

Should you want a follow-up session, Terri recommends that you wait at least one month before secheduling another appointment.