Can Anyone “Hack” Your Akashic Records?

Akashic Records hacks

Can Anyone “Hack” Your Akashic Records?

I was recently asked whether it’s possible for anyone to insert false information, or even destroy data held within our Akashic Records.

Akashic Records hacksIn other words, how “safe” are our Records from being hacked?

I have good news and bad news, and more good news.

There’s only one person who can insert false information or destroy data in our Akashic Records.

That person is us!

That’s the first bit of good news.

The bad news is that we do this all the time.

Whenever we make a choice against our own Divine nature, we are actually adding false information into our Records.  Essentially, we are “recording” that we are being who we are NOT.  That is the essence of a negative choice – we add information into our Akashic Records that negates our true Being, the energetic blueprint that we were at our origination from Divine Source.

From that point forward, we are actually living and attracting based on mis-information that we ourselves inserted into our Records, through choice.

We are THAT powerful.

Thankfully – and this is the next bit of good news – the Akashic Records are a “write-only” sort of an energetic database.  We can add information, but it can never truly be deleted.

Even the deletion of information – such as when we choose to muck about in our Soul-level memory system – is recorded, and so everything is visible and recoverable.

The back-up system that is within the Akashic Records is pretty much infallible.  There’s always the opportunity to recover the Truth of our Divine nature.  The information is still there.

Once we have the information, it is our responsibility to bring our very real-life choices back into alignment to our Divine nature … or choose not to do so.  The Records don’t judge, they simply record, based on our choices.

There is no outside force – no negative influences, no people – that can mess with our Akashic Records.  That’s why they are such an incredibly valuable intuitive access point.

To your infinite wisdom,
Andrrea Hess