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The Akashic Record

I had heard the term “Akashic Record” before, but I really didn’t know what it meant. The websites that I perused said that the Akashic records contained all knowledge of human experience and all knowledge of the cosmos. It was also described as a “library” or a “universal supercomputer” or the “mind of God.”   Akasha was a Sanskrit word that mean sky, space, or ether.  The Wikipedia article I read said that the records are updated constantly, automatically, and that they can be accessed through astral projection or when someone is placed under deep hypnosis.

I was very interested in the various web articles that I read, because they seemed to confirm that the experiences I had were not just a daydream or hallucination. It was something that many people had experienced.  One article said that the Akashic Record was like a photographic film that registered all desires and earthly experiences. Those who have seen it are witness to the life experiences of every human being since time began on earth, as well as the experiences of the entire animal kingdom. In addition, the article said that imagined experiences as well as actual experiences were both stored and that only a person with occult knowledge could tell the difference.

As I searched various references to the Akashic Record, I came across a book titled, “Science and the Akashic Field – An Integral Theory of Everything,” written by Ervin Laszlo. Laszlo was a Ph.D. scientist who had been nominated several times for a Nobel Prize on the subject of the vacuum physics and the zero-point field that underlies space itself.  I ordered a copy of Laszlo’s book and I read it a few days before my trip […]

By |December 22nd, 2013|Akashic Record, Fields|Comments Off on The Akashic Record

What is a Field?

Bob shared the following article about the nature of fields after one of our discussions about the nature of physical reality.

Within our current physics models Fields cause measurable/observable physical effects at a distance.

How can this be?  How can a “cause” at a space-time “point” create the “effect” at another space-time point?  Within our current physics models  we assume there is some medium for “propagation”, but we don’t know what it is—even within a vacuum.  Is there a better way to understand the nature and limitations of field equations?

Yes, but to do so we need to start with different assumptions about how reality works to create any kind of “change” in our measurable/observable physical world.

The first thing we must realize is that “time” and “space” are attributes of what we observe as the “changes” take place in our measurable/observable physical world.  In particular, we only get a sense of time because something like the hands of a clock or the atomic state of some atom has changed.  Space appears as an inescapable attribute within the manifestation of our objective physical world as a result of the relationships (including separation) that essentially define our objects.   Relationships between anything we can describe within or outside of space-time are independent of space-time attributes.

Our models that evolved by observing change assume that the cause of the change must be explainable within the model—even though there is growing evidence that this is not so within current physics.  It has become clear that time and space are not fundamental “dimensions”, but rather a historically developed bookkeeping framework we use within our current physics models, for characterizing attributes of change.   In so doing, we infer elaborate, but contrived, ways to relate the […]

By |December 21st, 2013|Fields|Comments Off on What is a Field?