Akashik Records

Discussion in 'Eastern Philosophy' started by Guru, Aug 28, 2003.

  1. Guru Registered Senior Member

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    Hi everyone!

    I used to read a book about a Buddhist Monk ( Rompsang Lampa) who could astral travel. He mentioned something about Akashik Records where all the earthly events are kept past as well as future. I believe it is very difficult to get to them in the first place and once you do access those it is very difficult to find out whether the record you are seeing is from past or future..

    I would appreciate any links or information regarding Akashik Records...

    P.S.: I would also like to thank everyone on this Forum for keeping it clean without mud slinging ...very commendable...
     
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  3. kmguru Staff Member

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    Akash: Sanskrit, Sky, Ether, Space

    Akashic: Of Akash

    The terminilogy "Akashic Records" dates back to the Veda days meaning the information itself imprinted in space. Technically one can collect such information if one can develop a quantum device - a view screen that allows one to peer happenings in time and space.

    The latest speculation of the mind is that sometimes mind acts as a quantum device for a millisecond. If that is possible, may be the enlighted Buddha did have access to the Akasic Records....
     
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  5. Watcher Just another old creaker Registered Senior Member

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    Best source for info about Akashik Records

    Actually the best modern source for information about the Akashic records is Edgar Cayce - "the sleeping prophet", a twentieth century clairvoyant.

    http://www.edgarcayce.org/about_ec/cayce_on/akashic/
     
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  7. Imago Registered Member

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    Akasa, Karma and Buddhi

    I am afraid, all talks about akashik records or Chronicles (as the title of the Steiner's book reads) are pure mental constructions and have the same indological value as the mahatmas of the theosophical society. Mere esoteric imagination without whatsoever textual evidence.

    Akasa is just a mahabhuta (great element) like the other four. According to the most ancient Indian philosophical tradition, it is even considered atomic, possessing subatomic particles (tanmatra) charged with different kind of energy. It is not the akasa that is the information matrix of all karmic residua (karma asaya). The functio of cosmological reservoir of all future destiny represented in the arabdha and sancita-karma, is Buddhi, the Intellect of the Great Beginning (Mahat), rather than subtle or gross forms of akasa which are later cosmological evolutes in the development of matter. More about this, here.

    As for the modern scientific speculation, explore here:
    http://www.orientalia.org/books-Anthropic.html
     
  8. Watcher Just another old creaker Registered Senior Member

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    Imago

    Thanks for clearing that up for us.
     
  9. exsto_human Transitional Registered Senior Member

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    Re: Akasa, Karma and Buddhi

    This statement I found to be comical, ''The scientists haven't seen it so it doesn't exist''.

    Why I say this is because I like to prove such things for myself. If I say that I have astraly projected, you will tell me it's my immagination, if I say I have been able to meet people in the astral and have confirmed it later you will tell me it's coincidence.
    Yes, a year ago in this situtation I would have said the exact same thing as you if it had been you stating these things.

    However I will not admit that it's illogical that a plane or another dimention like the astral might exist (including the Akashic records), if they do (as I personaly know that they do), the reason why 'scientists' say it's impossible is because these planes opperate at a much deeper level of logic than the human ego could ever comprehend. To say that man knows all, or even basicaly all (we just have to iron out the details) is incredibly ignorant.
     
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  11. cosmictraveler Be kind to yourself always. Valued Senior Member

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    Are my tax records kept there, if so please burn them, thank you.

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  12. mnc Registered Member

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    Newton and Einstein

    (1) I think some of the deliberately ignorant folks on this forum ignore that Newton was an astrologer and debated astrology against other scientists plainly by saying " I have studied astrology you have not" (Haley).

    (2) His 3rd law of motion (Action/Reaction) is essentially law of karma.

    (3) Science is too young to understand all these things and only way is to keep eyes ane ears open and not close them to possibility of "META"Physics.

    Remember, laws of physics exist only in Gravity. Without Gravity there is no Physics!!

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    The Earth and the life and the zodiac haven't happened by chance!

    BTW, how do you prove the Gravity ????
     
  13. lightgigantic Banned Banned

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    Actually it dates back to victorian parlour games and theosophy inspired by eastern studies.
    There is no credible reference to "akashic records" in the vedas.
     
  14. kmguru Staff Member

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    Actually there are hundreds if not thousands of reading materials besides Vedas. It is like saying nothing exists except what is in the original bible....

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  15. lightgigantic Banned Banned

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    sure - so why mention the vedas?

    argue whatever way you want to say that exists, but when you use the word "akashik record" you are not talking about the vedas - you are talking circa late 19th century america/europe
     
  16. kmguru Staff Member

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    I said Veda days....not in the Vedas....that is a big difference

    The words (Akashic Jnana) were extensively used in the Eastern part of India during 50s from people who did not know English. That must be a miracle...Wi-Fi....???
     
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  17. lightgigantic Banned Banned

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    If one can talk about veda without referencing the vedas that is certainly quite an accomplishment for theosophy
     
  18. nietzschefan Thread Killer Valued Senior Member

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    I often wondered if something similar to this will be developed one day ( or has been developed and was the way to view the past/present/future like the Vedas).

    Basically combine faster than light travel(whatever flavor you like), with super powerful telescopes. Telescopes (or whatever they would be called) that are able to view right down the the personal level...from light years away.

    So you travel many light years away, at faster than light speed, then look back at "earth"(or wherever) and peer at what is going on many years ago.

    For instance, Sirius is 8 1/2 light years away. If we get there in one year somehow and then turn around and look back we are looking at light images from 7 1/2 years ago. Obviously this is hard for me to explain as a host of other technology involving different angles/resolution , and relativistic effects are hard to predict.

    Anyway would make pulling off a crime, difficult if we could set up google earth/sidewalk level/ -7(or whatever) years.
     
  19. kmguru Staff Member

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    Actually the disk storage maker EMC, a few years ago proposed to move a few petabytes of information circling the globe so that the receivers could snatch up what they need on the fly. Perhaps, you could send data on a light carrier to one light day and back. That could hold a lot of data.....
     
  20. Carcano Valued Senior Member

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    I dont believe the phrase 'akashic records' appears anywhere in any Hindu scripture...it was probably just made up by flaky westerners.
     
  21. kmguru Staff Member

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    Not the english phrase... silly...it's Sanskrit equivalent that I no longer remember....
     
  22. TheVisitor The Journey is the Reward Registered Senior Member

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    Facts verified "clinically" and people with Ph.D.'s have been shown to need a little "updating" on a regular basis.
    They have a short shelf life.
    Then a new study comes out.

    Better to know first hand by experience, than to leave something of such importance to the "experts".

    Even if this one man is a fake, that has no relevance on the issue of whether these records exist or not...
     
  23. Carcano Valued Senior Member

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    Thats what I mean...there is no Sanskrit equivalent.
     

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