An Akashic Record Reading is a healing tool that helps us access past life experiences, shed any stuck energy from those past experiences, and live happier and healthier in this lifetime. “When entering your Akashic Records, you can access information to help you instantly heal, shift, align and manifest your truest desires.” An Akashic Reading might be good for you if there’s something happening in your life you just can’t figure out, or if you’re simply interested in learning more about your past and current state.
Recently Mol and I learned about Akashic Records through local Katie Garber
As Katie puts it, “your individual Akashic Records contain your unique soul’s Divine Blueprint to help you understand your journey, challenges, and gifts.”
An Akashic Record Reading is a healing tool that helps us access past life experiences, shed any stuck energy from those past experiences, and live happier and healthier in this lifetime. The word Akasha is Sanskrit, the language of ancient India, and it means primary or primordial substance out of which everything is formed. The Akashic Records are believed to be the repository of every thought, word and deed of every living being, good, bad and awful, in all times; past, present, future.
Katie told us, “when entering your Akashic Records, you can access information to help you instantly heal, shift, align and manifest your truest desires.” Essentially, Akashic Record Readings can help with any areas where you feel stuck by bringing awareness and shifting or releasing.
Katie came to my house and did abbreviated readings for both me and Molly
We both met with her separately in my upstairs home office. My session started with a grounding meditation and then right off the bat Katie asked if I had recently been in an accident of some sort. I said yes, and wondered internally if she’d seen me post about my car accident on Instagram. No. I remembered, Katie didn’t follow us on Instagram until just a few days prior, and by then my Instagram car accident stories would have been long gone. She then asked if it was a car accident. I said yes again. She said, “It was bad and you’re upset about it. Abnormally upset.” I nodded. I’m actually terrified of cars and I hate driving. I’ve never really known why. The recent car accident I got in where my car was totaled only exasperated that fear.
Katie went on to tell me that in a recent past life I was a man in my early 30’s when I died
And, I died saving a family with young children from getting hit by a car. Katie told me that’s why I’m scared of cars and triggered by accidents. Honestly, I had legit goosebumps when she was telling me that. Additionally, Katie indicated this is why I’m also drawn to helping professions like mental health. I want to save people. Katie then led me through a meditation and clearing process to shift the fearful energy I was holding on to around cars and accidents. She told me that in this life I am not meant to die in a car accident so I need to let go of that fear. I’m an optimistic skeptic when it comes to work like this. But I don’t know how to explain the calmness I felt after working with Katie. I definitely felt some sort of shift, and I’m going to get another reading.
What To Expect
I recommend an Akashic Reading if there’s something happening in your life you just can’t figure out, or if you’re simply interested in learning more about your past and current state. While Katie came to my house so we could also interview her, Katie does the majority of her readings over Skype or Zoom. You can shoot her an email with questions first to see if this would be good for you right now. To learn more about Katie and her work visit her website here.
Meriden McGraw is the co-founder of Quidwell where she works to optimize the health of women. Outside of Quidwell, Meriden combines her master’s level education in mental and public health with her training in mind-body modalities to teach individuals and groups techniques for optimal wellbeing. Meriden holds various certifications in pranayama (breath techniques), positive psychology, mindfulness, and yoga. On an average day, Meriden can be found practicing yoga, drinking kombucha, dragging her husband to strength training workouts, and taking her pup for a walk.