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Firsthand testimonies by 20 leaders in culture and science of their interactions with the Akashic field • Provides important evidence for the authenticity of nonmaterial contact that human beings have with each other and with the cosmos • Demonstrates that the increasing frequency and intensity of these experiences is evidence of a widespread spiritual resurgence • Incl Firsthand testimonies by 20 leaders in culture and science of their interactions with the Akashic field • Provides important evidence for the authenticity of nonmaterial contact that human beings have with each other and with the cosmos • Demonstrates that the increasing frequency and intensity of these experiences is evidence of a widespread spiritual resurgence • Includes contributions by Alex Grey, Stanislav Grof, Stanley Krippner, Swami Kriyananda, Edgar Mitchell, and others Knowing or feeling that we are all connected to each other and to the cosmos by more than our eyes and ears is not a new notion but one as old as humanity. Traditional indigenous societies were fully aware of nonmaterial connections and incorporated them into their daily life. The modern world, however, continues to dismiss and even deny these intangible links--taking as real only that which is physically manifest or proved “scientifically.” Consequently our mainstream culture is spiritually impoverished, and the world we live in has become disenchanted. In The Akashic Experience, 20 leading authorities in fields such as psychiatry, physics, philosophy, anthropology, natural healing, near death experience, and spirituality offer firsthand accounts of interactions with a cosmic memory field that can transmit information to people without having to go through the senses. Their experiences with the Akashic field are now validated and supported by evidence from cutting-edge sciences that shows that there is a cosmic memory field that contains all information--past, present, and future. The increasing frequency and intensity of these Akashic experiences are an integral part of a large-scale spiritual resurgence and evolution of human consciousness that is under way today.


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Firsthand testimonies by 20 leaders in culture and science of their interactions with the Akashic field • Provides important evidence for the authenticity of nonmaterial contact that human beings have with each other and with the cosmos • Demonstrates that the increasing frequency and intensity of these experiences is evidence of a widespread spiritual resurgence • Incl Firsthand testimonies by 20 leaders in culture and science of their interactions with the Akashic field • Provides important evidence for the authenticity of nonmaterial contact that human beings have with each other and with the cosmos • Demonstrates that the increasing frequency and intensity of these experiences is evidence of a widespread spiritual resurgence • Includes contributions by Alex Grey, Stanislav Grof, Stanley Krippner, Swami Kriyananda, Edgar Mitchell, and others Knowing or feeling that we are all connected to each other and to the cosmos by more than our eyes and ears is not a new notion but one as old as humanity. Traditional indigenous societies were fully aware of nonmaterial connections and incorporated them into their daily life. The modern world, however, continues to dismiss and even deny these intangible links--taking as real only that which is physically manifest or proved “scientifically.” Consequently our mainstream culture is spiritually impoverished, and the world we live in has become disenchanted. In The Akashic Experience, 20 leading authorities in fields such as psychiatry, physics, philosophy, anthropology, natural healing, near death experience, and spirituality offer firsthand accounts of interactions with a cosmic memory field that can transmit information to people without having to go through the senses. Their experiences with the Akashic field are now validated and supported by evidence from cutting-edge sciences that shows that there is a cosmic memory field that contains all information--past, present, and future. The increasing frequency and intensity of these Akashic experiences are an integral part of a large-scale spiritual resurgence and evolution of human consciousness that is under way today.

30 review for The Akashic Experience: Science and the Cosmic Memory Field

  1. 5 out of 5

    Ard

    I was familiar with the concept of the Akasha Record (or Akashic field, as the author refers to it) when I started this book, although I never read any other work by Ervin Laszlo. This book is a collection of essays by Laszlo and many others and is supposed to paint a picture of how Akasha experiences can affect people's lives. There definitely were some interesting contributions (I mostly enjoyed the essays of Alex Grey, Stanislav Grof and Swami Kriyananda), a lot of others were much less so. T I was familiar with the concept of the Akasha Record (or Akashic field, as the author refers to it) when I started this book, although I never read any other work by Ervin Laszlo. This book is a collection of essays by Laszlo and many others and is supposed to paint a picture of how Akasha experiences can affect people's lives. There definitely were some interesting contributions (I mostly enjoyed the essays of Alex Grey, Stanislav Grof and Swami Kriyananda), a lot of others were much less so. The aim of this book, and possibly of Laszlo's other work, is to present the Akasha field as a solution to many various sorts of paranormal experiences such as past-life recall, clairvoyance, remote viewing and contact with the dead. Personally I think the idea of Akasha is very interesting and has its merits, but I don't think that all experiences put forth in this book can be explained like that. For instance, I don't see how the Akashic field would be the medium through which a man can communicate with his recently deceased brother and get answers to his questions, some of which have to do with how he is doing in the afterlife. The one thing I hoped to find in this book was whether the Akasha theory would be an alternative explanation for cases of past-life recall. What if there's no such thing as reincarnation, and every instance when people thing they remember 'their' past life is actually someone else's life that they identify with at that moment? I didn't find any answers here, but possibly they are addressed in some of Laszlo's other works. All in all, this book was just okay for me.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Kenneth Bachmann

    This book by Ervin Laszlo was a huge disappointment. While the dozens of individual experiences recounted by individual authors within the book were interesting, collecting them under one cover does not make them any more convincing than an infomercial with dozens of testimonials. It appears that Laszlo assumed that readers would be so well acquainted with his account of the Akashik field by the time they got to this book, that he would not have to make much effort in putting the field in a soli This book by Ervin Laszlo was a huge disappointment. While the dozens of individual experiences recounted by individual authors within the book were interesting, collecting them under one cover does not make them any more convincing than an infomercial with dozens of testimonials. It appears that Laszlo assumed that readers would be so well acquainted with his account of the Akashik field by the time they got to this book, that he would not have to make much effort in putting the field in a solid scientific framework...and he didn't. This book doesn't come close to the Re-enchantment of the Cosmos in either its readability or its effort.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Thomas Lambrecht

    Wat is een Akasha-ervaring? Het verwijst naar het Akasha-veld of de akasha-kronieken, of het nulpuntenergieveld, of het collectieve onderbewustzijn, of God, of het Absolute, ... De bron waaruit alles is ontstaan, bestaat en wordt gecreëerd. Aan de hand van tal van anekdotes door personen van divers allooi wordt uit de doeken gedaan wat het Akasha veld is, wat het doet, hoe er toegang toe te krijgen, hoe het van invloed is geweest en nog steeds is op hun levens. Het laatste hoofdstuk van het boek Wat is een Akasha-ervaring? Het verwijst naar het Akasha-veld of de akasha-kronieken, of het nulpuntenergieveld, of het collectieve onderbewustzijn, of God, of het Absolute, ... De bron waaruit alles is ontstaan, bestaat en wordt gecreëerd. Aan de hand van tal van anekdotes door personen van divers allooi wordt uit de doeken gedaan wat het Akasha veld is, wat het doet, hoe er toegang toe te krijgen, hoe het van invloed is geweest en nog steeds is op hun levens. Het laatste hoofdstuk van het boek verklaard het Akasha veld op wetenschappelijke wijze door verwijzingen naar de kwantumfysica. "de hersenen zijn fysiologisch in staat ervaringen te realiseren die gebaseerd zijn op uit de externe wereld afkomstige informatie - ook indien deze informatie niet via fysieke zintuigen is verworven." "Het Akasha veld is 'non-lokaal'. Het verenigd veld is de oergrond van alle velden, krachten en energieën van het universum." "De Akasha-ervaring is een waarachtige buitenzintuiglijke of niet-zintuiglijke ervaring; een herontdekking en nieuwe validatie van de spontane inzichten en ingevingen die in alle millenia van onze bestaansgeschiedenis zijn opgetreden en de menselijke cultuur hebben geïnspireerd."

  4. 4 out of 5

    Anthony

    - Pg 171: “These noetic forms of the Akashic experience have several essential qualities: They need to be directly experienced, for it’s often the case that they aren’t easily communicated to others.” - Pg 196: “In many instances, my clients experienced episodes from the lives of their ancestors and even animal ancestors. The only conceivable material substrate for experiences from times that precede our conception would have to be contained in the nucleus of a single cell – the sperm or the ovum - Pg 171: “These noetic forms of the Akashic experience have several essential qualities: They need to be directly experienced, for it’s often the case that they aren’t easily communicated to others.” - Pg 196: “In many instances, my clients experienced episodes from the lives of their ancestors and even animal ancestors. The only conceivable material substrate for experiences from times that precede our conception would have to be contained in the nucleus of a single cell – the sperm or the ovum – or, more specifically, in the DNA.” - Pg 270 “17. W.B. Jonas and C.C. Crawford, Healing, Intention and Energy Medicine, 2003” - Pg 271: “V.S. Sierpina, Taking a spiritual history? Four Models, available at: http://atc.utmb.edu/altmed.spirit-cas..., accessed March 7, 2005; H.G. Koenig, Taking a Spiritual History, available at: http://jama.ama-assn.org/cgi/content/..., accessed March 2005.

  5. 4 out of 5

    John

    Having had a number of different Akashic experiences myself, I was eagerly looking forward to reading this book, which includes articles written by a number of different people. I was a little disappointed because many of the experiences identified seemed somewhat unconvincing or insignificant compared to other accounts I have read in the past. I suppose the real value is that the persons who had these experiences were mostly well-known and professional people, thereby giving these experiences s Having had a number of different Akashic experiences myself, I was eagerly looking forward to reading this book, which includes articles written by a number of different people. I was a little disappointed because many of the experiences identified seemed somewhat unconvincing or insignificant compared to other accounts I have read in the past. I suppose the real value is that the persons who had these experiences were mostly well-known and professional people, thereby giving these experiences some credibility. There were also some sincere attempts to explain or explore these experiences in as scientific a fashion as possible, especially considering their non-physical nature. A few of the accounts were real gems of inspiration, shining far above other accounts. I particularly enjoyed the account by Christopher Bache, entitled "The Living Classroom". I'm tempted to pursue and read some of his books.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Clivemichael

    Uneven compilation of experience and conjecture, mostly lucid, much food for thought.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Tara

    The book was fairly interesting. It isn't a literary experience. It is a collection of people discussing their Akashic experiences and so it is uneven. Some people are more interesting than others, in my opinion. Because I have read books or pieces about this kind of thing in the past, I wasn't as thrilled with some of it. It was familiar though and that is reassuring. I was most interested in the descriptions of the Akashic library and how some view that. Also, near the end the book went into de The book was fairly interesting. It isn't a literary experience. It is a collection of people discussing their Akashic experiences and so it is uneven. Some people are more interesting than others, in my opinion. Because I have read books or pieces about this kind of thing in the past, I wasn't as thrilled with some of it. It was familiar though and that is reassuring. I was most interested in the descriptions of the Akashic library and how some view that. Also, near the end the book went into detail about some of the physics. It seemed to make sense, although I didn't understand it as much as I would prefer. I will probably reread that part a few times.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Chris

    the Akashic experience is a great book, finding the edge of Science and spirituality and how the edge is blurring more and more the more we learn. Each chapter is a stories from a different experts about their personal experiences with the Akashic field. The Akashic is a field of knowledge what Jung would call the universal or collective unconscious. The stories relate to encounters with the field in many different ways. Twice nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize, Ervin Laszlo brings a book that w the Akashic experience is a great book, finding the edge of Science and spirituality and how the edge is blurring more and more the more we learn. Each chapter is a stories from a different experts about their personal experiences with the Akashic field. The Akashic is a field of knowledge what Jung would call the universal or collective unconscious. The stories relate to encounters with the field in many different ways. Twice nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize, Ervin Laszlo brings a book that will expand your thinking about the world and how we know it.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Sarah Rae

    Told in a series of essays by a wide range of people, I enjoyed most of it. Some of the scientist (naturally) have extremely dry and technical essays, but overall thought provoking.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Marie

    I read about half of the essays and decided I got the message. I could relate to some experiences, but I read enough to confirm what I already know.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Bradley

    Filled with lots of interesting stories from lightworkers. Interesting but still not what I am seeking. =)

  12. 5 out of 5

    Michael

    Gives wide ranging experiences of the akashic field in many peoples lives. Mostly professionals and scientists. Very cool stuff, shows how much this effects so many people in so many fields.

  13. 5 out of 5

    John

    Fascinating compilation with contributory chapters from Edgar Mitchell, Christopher Bache, Stanislav Grof and others. These names along with the author, Ervin Laszlo really got my attention.

  14. 4 out of 5

    A'lynn

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