Understanding the Akashic Records Part 2: The Records

The Records

So we’re back now here for Part 2 of this 3 part series on the Akashic Records.

In Part 1, we talked about the akasha being expansive, etheric and limitless space. In this blog, we’ll dive into the second aspect, “the records.”

Yogi Bhajan, a master of Kundalini Yoga who brought the tradition to the West in the late 60’s, talks some about the Akashic Records in his teachings. Most importantly, he talks about the power of our word. He says that through our word, we have the power to elevate all And that through the power of own word, we can help people.

The Power of Word

He says, “The power of the word creates the Akashic Record. What you say, good or bad, never goes away. That decides your destiny and your fate. Speak affirmatively and create a good record. What you are saying, how you are saying it and what intentions or frequency you are saying it, doesn’t matter. Follow your conscious lead as that is the way to ecstasy.”

So everything we did, have done, or said, gets recorded in the Akashic Records. Some people like to think of the records as a database of our soul. And within this database are all the details of each of our lifetimes that our soul incarnated. Since can have had many past lives, the records are a rich resource for us to tap into to understand our soul’s journey more comprehensively.

Why are the records important?

Our records are important for a few reasons. First, they can allow us to connect to our soul, and see past life issues that might be prohibiting our soul’s full expression in this lifetime. They also offer valuable insights into what our soul may be up to in this lifetime. (We’ll get into how this information comes through in our next post.) And second, the records vibrate at the frequency of love, so when we work in the records, we not only get soul-level wisdom, we also receive a healthy dose of love energy. It’s double the soul-level goodness!

There are a variety of ways that we can connect to soul but perhaps the records are one the best ways as there’s deep levels of information available to us. In the part 3, we’ll pull this all together to get a more comprehensive view of the records.


DEV DARSHAN HAEG