The Akashic Records Mapping Your Soul’s Journey

What are the Akashic Records? The imprint of every soul that holds each and every thought, emotion and deed that has ever occurred in your lifetimes. Have you ever experienced a moment of Deja Vu, that distinct feeling that you have done this, seen this or remember an event exactly? Just a moment from the files of your Akashic Records.

You can use these to find your purpose, expand your talents and find greater success and joy in this life.  Do you have what others might call a “knack” for something? Have you ever undertaken a project that involved something you’ve never had any experience with and you just “knew” what to do with minimal instruction?  All part of your Akashic Records. Your past lives in excruciating detail.

It doesn’t matter if you’re an old soul or a young soul, the Akashic Record holds all of your thoughts and actions and deeds from each of your lifetimes and when you are able to access this treasure trove of information you will be able to steer your present life on a truer course.  You can release negative energy patterns that have bound you to certain patterns that can cause emotional distress and even financial hardship.  By knowing what those patterns are and learning to release them you can live a happier more fulfilled life and clear negative karma.

Learn how to stop the cycle. Learn how to set your life on a truer path without the pitfalls you’ve come to think of as inevitable. You must first learn to meditate and ask for a messenger, helping to guide your way.

This might not come in the form of a person but could be anything that holds meaning for you and has a purpose. Open your mind and ask questions and see what turns up and record your experiences. You are speaking to your soul and higher self.

There are many different places on the Internet that can supply you with much better information than I am able to on how to go about reading your own Akashic Records but if you’ve read this far then you’ve made the first step and what’s clicking a link or two in the grand scheme of things and the enlightenment that awaits you?

You can schedule readings if you don’t have the time or inclination to put towards the end result but these aren’t cheap and I don’t believe as rewarding in the end.  After all, who will truly recognize what it is you’re seeking and why?

Here are a few links to get you started if you would like to know more about the Akashic Records and how to access them.

AKASHIC RECORDS—THE BOOK OF LIFE (Edgar Cayce)

 

Akashic Records Soul Readings

 

ACCESSING AKASHIC RECORDS – WHAT THEY ARE AND HOW TO ACCESS THEM

 

Accessing Your Akashic Records

 

Ask the Akasha

Let us know where your journey takes you.  We’d love to hear!

Sugar Skull Art and The Day of the Dead

Day of the Dead (Dia de Los Muertos) is a Mexican holiday, celebrated on the 1st and 2nd of November in connection with the Catholic holidays of All Saint’s Day and All Hollow’s Eve. The festivities start at midnight on the 31st of October. Sugar skulls are often used to decorate the gravestones of the deceased as it’s believed that the gates of heaven are opened at midnight on October 31, and the spirits of all deceased children (angelitos) are allowed to reunite with their families for 24 hours. On November 2, the spirits of the adults come down to enjoy the festivities that are prepared for them. Following are some excellent examples of Sugar Skull art.

“El Dia De Los Muertos Skeleton Lovers”  by Monika Suska

“Sugar Skull Art” by Brian Pulido

“Sugar Skull Owl” Canvas Print / Canvas Art by Niklas Bates

“Boy and Girl Sugar Skulls” by Lil Mrs. Frankenstein

“Music Lover” Tattoo Design

“Sugar Skull Art” by João Mendes

“Candied Skull” by Arise Chicken

“Burning Desire” by Daniel Esparza 

“Two of Hearts” by Melody Smith
“Bottoms Up” by Day of the Dead Artist David Lozeau

This last piece isn’t what most would typically think of as “Sugar Skull Art” but I think it’s one of the most beautiful examples of ANY skull art I’ve ever seen.

‘Strange Charm(Swans)’ by Tino Rodriguez

 

The Tarot Card Artistry Of Bonifacio Bembo

As some may believe, Tarot cards are not the result of new age mysticism and their usage can be traced back as far as the 1400s.  Their vibrant images of the Royal, Minor and Major Arcana are what a lot of people may recognize if not interested in them for spiritual reasons.  While these images, which come in many different themes with a multitude of renderings, may be colorful and intriguing, there may be none as beautiful as the ones pictured here. While today’s cards feature the 4 suits of Wands, Cups, Pentacles, and Swords, they were first titled as Coins, Cups, Sticks, and Swords.

Bonifacio Bembo (1420-1480), was a painter and miniaturist who was born in Brescia and was so delighted by the Tarot’s esoteric symbolism that he created his own version for Filippo Maria Visconti, Duke of Milan, between 1442 and 1444.

Today’s decks are made up of 78 cards. Bembo’s deck consisting of 48 cards measuring approximately 7 1/2 inches by 3 1/2 inches are illustrated on gold and silver backgrounds. They are now part of the Pinacoteca di Brera collection.

Pictured below are some of the most beautiful and mysterious cards created by the early-Renaissance artist.

On the left, “Faith”; on the right, “Maid of Sticks”

On the left, “Horsewoman of Coins”; on the right, “Horsewoman of Sticks”


On the left, “Maid of Coins”; on the right, “Maid of Cups”


On the left, “The World”; on the right, “Horseman of Sticks”

On the left, “Knave of Swords”; on the right, “Knave of Coins”

On the left, “The Emperor”; on the right, “Time”


On the left, “King of Cups”; on the right, “Horseman of Swords”


On the left, “Death”; on the right, “The Magician”


On the left, “Doomsday”; on the right, “The Wheel of Fortune”


On the left, “Six of Coins”; on the right, “Two of Cups”


On the left, “Four of Cups”; on the right, “Six of Swords”


Whether or not you believe that someone can divine your future with a layout from a Tarot deck, I’m sure we can all agree that these cards are absolutely beautiful.

Photos via:
Isabetta
Atlante Dell Art