My Akashic Reading

Today I did something I’ve wanted to do for a really long time.  I had an Akashic reading.


For those of you who don’t know what that is, an Akashic reading is a reading based on information contained in your Akashic Scrolls.  In the Bible this is known as The Book of Life.  (Psalm 69:28, Philippians 4:3, Revelation 3:5, 13:8, 17:8, 20:12, 20:15 and Revelation 21:27)  The record of your every thought and deed here on Earth as recorded by God and the angels.


And in some belief systems is also believed to contain information on your previous lifetimes.


As a paranormal author, this concept has always been fascinating to me.  The possibilities for stories arising from such a library for each person who has ever lived on Earth are unlimited and fun to explore!


So after a friend had her own reading and told me about her amazing experience, she introduced me to Simone Gers  and the rest fell into place easily.


If you’ve never had a reading there are dozens of great websites on the subject, including Simone’s above in the link.  The reading is entirely based on questions that you ask, and your guides and teachers communicate with the “reader” to answer your questions.  This isn’t a psychic reading, per se, as it doesn’t tell you your future, but helps you put what you want to be in perspective based on your past and present.  It can help you to understand why you end up repeating a certain pattern in your life – perhaps you always choose emotionally unavailable partners or continue to always be broke and sick…whatever your current challenges are, this is a great chance to gain perspective into yourself as well as finding out why those patterns may be repeating.


I found it extremely insightful and accurate.  And the book ideas for how to use this experience to make a great paranormal story are already perking inside my head!


Simone was a great guide for this process.  She sent me some tips for how to phrase questions for the best responses before our session.  Once the session began she explained how everything would work and talked me through at each stage making sure I didn’t have any questions on the answers I had received or about the process of the information exchange.


I came away from the experience energized, feeling light and ready to go to work to break through the roadblocks I’ve been struggling with.


There are many different fees out there for such readings (and there are also other types of related readings, check Simone’s web page for the ones she does).  Simone is very reasonable compared with a lot of the sites I saw, but everyone needs to choose someone they are going to be comfortable with.  Like I said, I really loved the experience and would highly recommend Simone from personal experience!  If you have or have had a reading, I’d love to hear your take on the experience.  I won’t ask you for the specific reading details because very personal information is reveled and discussed, but I’d love to hear others’ experiences with this type of reading.


Off to noodle my idea for a book based off of this…



3 responses to “My Akashic Reading

  1. I had a reading with Simone several months ago. I found it was a wonderful tool to help me put my life into perspective in that it showed me my life events as part of a bigger picture. I have been meditating for months on what my bigger picture could possibly look like but after a couple of hours with Simone, it was all very clear.
    You’re right about this not being a psychic reading per se. I think the information was better than any fortune teller could provide. For me, it was a wonderful way of adding some clarity to my own life plans and how I can best approach them.
    I highly recommend it for anyone who is open to such things.

  2. I use the “book of life” theme in all my Miss Havana books — as well as in my Sci-Fi trilogy. In the comedy series, the books have evolved into “Purgatory Data Accumulators” (PDAs), and in the Sci-Fi books, they are managed by huge computers that others can access. The concept is rife with opportunity for authors of all ilks.

  3. James. I’m definitely going to have to check out your books – both to know what’s you there and so I can make sure I’m noodling a fresh twist on the idea 🙂 Thanks!!

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