189 episodes

Before you can read an Akashic Record for others it's helpful to know what the Akashics is, how to navigate through it, and how to read your own. Each episode will explore an aspect of the Akashics ranging from general information on how to access it, discussions of beings who reside there and how to interact with them, tours of unusual or lesser known areas of the Akashics, healing practices, Akashic meditations, and of course discussions about the Akashic Library and your soul book. These discussions are focused on how to help you use the wisdom you gain in the Akashics to create the life you desire and deserve.

The Akashic Reading Podcast Teri Uktena

    • Spirituality
    • 4.9, 184 Ratings

Before you can read an Akashic Record for others it's helpful to know what the Akashics is, how to navigate through it, and how to read your own. Each episode will explore an aspect of the Akashics ranging from general information on how to access it, discussions of beings who reside there and how to interact with them, tours of unusual or lesser known areas of the Akashics, healing practices, Akashic meditations, and of course discussions about the Akashic Library and your soul book. These discussions are focused on how to help you use the wisdom you gain in the Akashics to create the life you desire and deserve.

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
184 Ratings

184 Ratings

SMT 22 ,

Brilliant

Teri explains esoteric concepts touching our day-to-day lives and minds in a clear, no-nonsense and useful way. Thank you!

MEO333 ,

Clear and intelligent

I love the way Teri explains things—great analogies, no dumbing down, everything sounds reasonable and sensible. I’m learning a lot.

Matt Keister ,

Interesting, am a little confused

I do enjoy this topic and this podcast provides a lot of interesting food for thought. My reluctance to rate it higher is due to a few things: 1. Teri makes a lot of claims about the Akashic records, some in great detail. But, we never hear what she bases this information on. I understand she has extensive experience working with the records but it would be nice to hear her back up some of these claims. I don’t have a problem with this information being pretty out there and I don’t dispute the basis for much of it, but she is regularly stating these things as fact without establishing a foundation. 2. This content IS OUT THERE, compared to mainstream thought. Again, I have no problem with that. She talks about these things as if they were as commonplace as anything else though - she speaks casually about them and takes for granted that if what she were saying was even 10% accurate that current science, culture, and everything else would be turned on its head. What she’s saying is, if true, beyond extraordinary and revolutionary. Yet she speaks about it as if it’s as ordinary as something you’d see on page 5 of your daily paper. I’d like this podcast a lot more if the tone she was speaking in was actually proportionate to the implied significance of the content.

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