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who or where are the "Akashic Records"?

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  1. The Akashic records (Akasha is a Sanskrit word meaning “sky”, “space” or “aether”) is a term from theosophy denoting a collection of mystical knowledge encoded in a non-physical plane of existence. The Records are supposed to contain all knowledge, including all human experience, held in the Universe. The Akashic Records are metaphorically described as a library and are also likened to a universal computer or the ‘Mind of God’. The records are supposed to be constantly updated. The concept originated in the theosophical movements of the 19th Century, and remains prevalent in New Age discourse.

  2. They are supposed to be a complete history of the world from start to finish, including all future events.
    Since they don’t exist, they’re not anywhere. However, people who support the idea that they exist believe that they don’t exist in space and time, but can be accessed through the subconscious mind.

  3. The “records” are in the supra-causal realm, which can be accessed through meditation. Of course, once you’ve got there consciously, it won’t make much difference to you.

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