Akashic Records

  • by Lois J. Wetzel
  • Narrated by Sara Morsey
  • 12 hrs and 26 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

This book contains a collection of Akashic Records readings from a variety of subjects who came to Lois Wetzel over the years for "past life readings". The lifetimes viewed are narrated by Lois, and at the end of each client's session is a discussion between Lois and the client about the lives narrated. Also noted are the results in the client's life from knowing about these lifetimes...weeks/months/or years later. One chapter includes a series of past life readings for one client over a period of about a year and a half. All client names, descriptions and identifying information have been changed to protect the client's privacy.
Lois explains how she came to have this ability, and how and when she stumbled into doing her first reading. It is noted that past lives can be seen simultaneously with another person. Some past lives were seen during energy medicine sessions. And there is information about children who spontaneously recall their own past lives.
This book is called "case studies" because data was collected in the same fashion as cultural anthropologists use: via researcher observation and utilizing the self-reports of the subjects.


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A Myriad of Lifetimes to Explore

If you could sum up Akashic Records in three words, what would they be?

Fascinating, enlightening and mesmerizing! As soon as I began listening to the book, I was hooked. It is a deeply descriptive narrative of various clients lifetimes with Lois' insightful analysis of each along with helpful guidance to the client as relayed through spirit guides.

What was one of the most memorable moments of Akashic Records?

I found the references to the Lemurian lifetimes most memorable. The descriptions of the culture and social structure resonated with me. Perhaps I have had past life experiences in that time period! I definitely will be doing more research on this subject of Akashic Readings and past lives.

What about Sara Morsey’s performance did you like?

Sara Morsey provided and excellent reading of the book. Her voice is animated and expressive and easy to listen to. This was my first time in trying out an audible book, and I was pleasantly surprised with the experience. Thank you Sara!

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

Some lifetimes are wrought with difficulty and challenge. One such life was a young woman who was abducted and taken prisoner by a neighboring tribe. Her role as mother to the new tribes' children, and being wife to many men, was particularly moving. It was her love for her children that gave her the resolve to live that life. This was a compelling story of courage and compassion.

Any additional comments?

Lois Wetzel is an excellent author, presenting the subject of Akashic Record readings in a comprehensive and entertaining format. Her descriptive style brings the stories to life and her insightful analysis and guidance to the client are informative and interesting to the reader. There is much for the reader to glean from this book about their own soul's journey. I have had insights concerning some of my own issues and am grateful to Lois for providing the catalyst through her book.

Thank you for your wonderful book, Lois! And thank you for your narration, Sara! I enjoyed it and will be re-listening to it soon and exploring your other work.

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- Laura J Mullen

Includes clues for the "nuts & bolts" researchers

There's a lot packed into this audio book. At the very least, it's a collection of very interesting short stories. If you are a person who learns from your own or other's mistakes, there's a wealth of schooling available in this audio book.

People who are the "nuts and bolts" types in ufology or scientists researching various effects - and probably the least likely to listen to this book - would miss out on some valuable tidbits on technology that is new or unknown that are mentioned throughout this audio book - such as the use of sound (as in Jericho - and a totally different and more detailed description than in the Biblical version) or the use of color frequencies (for healing or population control via sound/light/color broadcast) - and of course tech for weaponry, flight, underwater transport, and there is mention of new materials that are not yet considered or used at this time. For a Seeker in Tech there may be just the right hint in here to spark a search in a direction not yet considered.

Otherwise, included in a multitude of "memories" are the usual human experiences of loyalty, betrayal, imbalance of work to joy, lack of freedom, abuse, torture, war, abandonment, success, creativity, talent, fame, infamy, leadership, and shamanistic or healing skills. Lessons learned the hard way lifetime after lifetime, or maybe the easier way if someone were to listen to the stories and take note from someone else's experience.

After listening a set of books that were action/adventure types, often narrated by gravelly voiced men, it took a while to readjust to the gentle, slightly quavering voice of an older woman narrator, but it was the perfect voice for this book.

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- Diana "Practicing Idealist, Dabbling Realist ;)"

Book Details

  • Release Date: 08-15-2016
  • Publisher: Hot Pink Lotus