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akasha

(ă-ka′shă) [Sanskrit ākāśa, ether]
In Ayurvedic medicine, a stimulant of the ear.

akasha (äˑ·kä·shä),

n in Ayurveda, space, which is one of the mahabhutas. See also mahabhutas.
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Synopsis: Compiled and edited by Ivan Srsen, "Zagreb Noirt" continues the outstanding Akashic Books series of original noir anthologies that was initially launched in 2004 with the publication of "Brooklyn Noir".
Her comments about God as "an emergent phenomenon" resonated strongly for me as an Akashic Records practitioner and teacher.
8221; Short stories in Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine, Conclave, journal of character, the British literary magazine Wasafiri and in the compilation Brussels Noir in the renowned Noir-series of Akashic books.
He claims that Lovecraft's Necronomicon, for example, is in fact a real non-fiction work originating from another plane of existence, accessible only through the world of dreaming: "It is not unlikely that Blatavsky, Mathers, Crowley, Lovecraft and others are reading from the same akashic grimoire" (Grant, Outside 167).
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See also Lazlo, Science and the Akashic Field: An Integral Theory of Everything, 2nd ed.
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2007); Dewar MacLeod, Kids of the Blzu:k Hole: Punk Rock in Postsuburban California (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 2010); Htirchalla, Going Underground; Mark Andersen and Mark Jenkins, Dance of Days: Two Decades of Punk in the Nation's Capital (New York: Soft Skull, 2001; Akashic Books, 2003; 4th ed.
In Laszlo's mesmerizing book, Science and the Akashic Field: An Integral Theory of Everything (2007), he proposes that the quantum vacuum of space percolates with a sea of fluctuating light energy fields from which all things arise: atoms and galaxies, stars and planets, living beings, and even human consciousness.
Many synonyms exist for this idea of dynamic interdependence; this field of mind enmeshed within body as the causal agent in an unseen reality we have direct access to and indeed are the shapers of: The Implicate Order; Self-Organizing Systems; Auamo Kuleana; Coherence; Non-seperability; Fundamental character of reality; De-pendent Co-arising; Akashic Field; Paticca Samuppada; Interdependence; Systems Theory; Mutual Causality; Holographic Epistemology; Complimentarity; The Divine Milieu; Entanglement; Makawalu; Milestone of human thought; Whakapapa; Indra's Net; The Blanket; Undivided Wholeness; Universal Intelligence; Indigenous Epistemology.
Footprint Those of the past, their footprint did lay, For ever on the earth, making to stay, From that of kings to the pauper's door, That of humans, animals, the given all, All a part of the earth's chain, Only she in the end, us to gather and claim, We make our stamp whereever we roam, Whether near or far fromhome, Then what is home but a humble shack, That the elements of earth, any time may attack, We only have our memories with us to stay, Those, we of self, take them away, The akashic records they are called, Belonging to the infinite, we call Lord, But the earth will regenerate again and again, We are just a part of her with our given name, So be careful of your footprint today, Thoughts of them, only you take away.
Book one of the "Honest-to-God" series, A Time of Change: Akashic Guidance for Spiritual Transformation is author Aingeal Rose O'Grady's testimony concerning the limitless field wisdom surrounding all humanity.