The Akashic Records


Energy healer Mona Wind described the kind of information that is found in the Akashic Records, and how she uses it to help individual clients. The Akashic Records take their name from the Sanskrit word akasha, which means the primordial substance from which everything comes from, she explained, adding that the Records represent the soul's journey. An Akashic Records reader "basically looks at your whole journey and helps you understand at this point in time what you're about," and what your specific gifts are, she continued, noting that the Records contain the histories of a person's past, present, and future incarnations. Interestingly, only certain past lives affect a person at any given time, she said.

Wind pointed out that there are Akashic Records for everything not just people, including animals and houses (she does readings for John DeSalvo, who sends pictures of objects to her as part of his investigations). People can peer into their own Akashic Records via a meditative state, and be reminded of their personal destiny, Wind noted. Looking into George's Records, she determined that he has only three more lives to go, and in dreams he sends data to another galaxy in a kind of teaching project. Wind also detailed how she works with clients to help clear them from past karmic situations that can impact their financial and personal relationships, and performed a live entity cleansing for a caller. 

Biography:

Mona Wind is an accomplished energy healer, teacher and Akashic record reader with many happy clients and students. She is known by her clients as the accelerator because of her unique gift to see the core issue almost immediately. She is trained as a Reiki Master, EFT Practitioner, Hypnotist, Certified Practitioner of the Akashic Records, Tibetan energy healing and Raw foods teacher. She has a Masters in Human Resource Management. Her hobbies are traveling (34 countries so far), hiking, biking, studying different energy modalities and growing orchids. 

Wikipedia
The akashic records (akasha is a Sanskrit word meaning "sky", "space" or "aether") is a term used in theosophy (and anthroposophy) to describe a compendium of mystical knowledge supposedly encoded in a non-physical plane of existence.

Background

The akashic records are described as containing all knowledge of human experience and the history of the cosmos. They are metaphorically described as a library; other analogies commonly found in discourse on the subject include a "universal supercomputer" and the "Mind of God". People who describe the records assert that they are constantly updated automatically and that they can be accessed through astral projection[1] or under deep hypnosis. The concept was popularized in the theosophical movements of the 19th century and is derived from Hindu philosophy of Samkhya. It is promulgated in the Samkhya philosophy that the Akashic records are automatically recorded in the elements of akasha one of the five types of elements visualized as existing in the elemental theory of Ancient India, called Mahabhuta. In the Mahabharata mention is made of Chitragupta (lit. "hidden picture"). He is the son of Brahma and a minister of Dharma and his duty is to examine a list of the good and evil actions of men (the Agrasamdhani) after their death. "Nothing is lost of either piety or sin that is committed by creatures. On days of the full moon and the new moon, those acts are conveyed to the Sun where they rest. When a mortal goes into the region of the dead, the deity of the Sun bears witness to all his acts. He that is righteous acquires the fruits of his righteousness there." (Mahabharata, Anusasana Parva, Section 130, Ganguli trans.) The term akashic records is frequently used in New Age discourse.

Accounts of purported akashic access

C.W. Leadbeater, who claimed to be clairvoyant, conducted research into the akashic records. He said he inspected them at the Theosophical Society headquarters in Adyar (Tamil Nadu), India in 1910 and recorded the results in his book Man: How, Whence, and Whither? The book reputes to record the history of Atlantis and other civilizations as well as the future society of Earth in the 28th century.[