Akashic Records Certification Series
Beginning January 26, Angel Light Center for the Healing Arts, in Elm Grove, will offer a certification class series on the Akashic Records—believed to be a collection of mystical knowledge encompassing all thoughts, events and emotions of all life experiences on our planet.
Taught by certified Akashic Record reader and teacher Pilar Gonzales, this series offers an interactive experience for students to learn about the history of the records and how to access and read them. According to Gonzalez, “Life, it’s full of obstacles, challenges and repeated patterns of not-so-flattering behaviors and mistakes. It’s how we deal with them or not that defines us.”
Also known as the “Book Of Life,” the Akashic Records are said to contain every thought, idea, feeling, action and word uttered in all lifetimes—past, present and future. Learning how to access these records is claimed to help students make better sense of their lives, define their purpose and heal themselves.
Location: 13300 Watertown Plank Rd., Elm Grove. For more information, call 262-787-3001 or visit AngelLightLLC.com.
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