Monday, November 16, 2015

Edgar Cayce on the Akashic Records (audio)

Kevin J. Todeschi, Dr. Rita (; Seth Auberon, CC Liu, Wisdom Quarterly
(Disclosure Discovery) NRG Daily interview with expert Kevin Todeschi and Dr. Rita Louise.
This interview describes the Akashic Records, the source from which America's Sleeping Psychic Edgar Cayce received many of his remarkable insights.

Also known as the "Book of Life," the Akashic Records is a collective storehouse of all information -- every word, intent and deed (karma), feeling, and thought -- for every individual who has ever lived on earth. (Akasha is a Sanskrit word that means "space, sky, celestial, etheric, or heavenly").

Kevin J. Todeschi explains how each of us can access our own "Book of Life" [the agreements and general outline of the life we took rebirth to have] to learn about our past, present, and future.

Todeschi is the international spokesperson for A.R.E., the Association for Research and Enlightenment, Inc., an organization established to support and promote Cayce's teachings on health and spirituality. Todeschi has been a student and teacher of the Edgar Cayce information for more than 20 years.

He is a prolific writer, and his published works include Edgar Cayce on Reincarnation and Family Karma, The Best Dream Book Ever, and Edgar Cayce's Twelve Lessons in Personal Spirituality. The latter, which presents an overview of Cayce's material on spiritual growth, received a "highly recommended" rating from the Library Journal.

A prolific writer, Todeschi is the author of more than 20 books, including Edgar Cayce on Vibrations, Edgar Cayce on Auras and Colors (co-author), Contemporary Cayce (co-author), and the best-selling Edgar Cayce on the Akashic Records.
Now reborn as David Wilcock, Edgar Cayce
A nationally recognized resource on the interpretation of dreams, he is the author of Dream Images and Symbols, and The Best Dream Book Ever.

In addition to his non-fiction books, Todeschi is also the author of several fiction novels, including The Rest of the Noah Story and A Persian Tale.

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