One part of the Akashics is the Temple of Life.  The Temple can appear as a grand open space full of light or it can appear as an intimate room appointed for personal contemplation and prayer.  In reality it is both and more.  It is a spiritual place for seekers to reconnect with the All That Is.  To do so it is a welcoming place of warm stone that is open in the center, but with colonnades down the sides creating individual areas for study.  Each person, as they enter the Temple, are guided by a combination of factors including mind set, personal need, perception skills and personal relationship with the Temple to enter it in such a way as to have the most advantageous experience.  Therefore your first few trips to the Temple may lead you to an intimate experience or you may be lead to walk down its middle experiencing its grandeur and expansiveness without focusing on any one detail.  Each of these experiences is magnificent and wonderful in its own way and something to be explored as you become more familiar and comfortable with the Temple.  For example, each area or niche has carvings, wall paintings, glyphs, and symbols depicting a portion of the Universe.  The floors may have mosaics, bas relief carvings, or inlay depicting the main theme of the niche or how these items interrelate.  The ceiling maintains ancient inscriptions of the beginnings of all things which in themselves are sentient and move from writing to pictures to subtle shades of light in their own rhythm.

There are niches depicting the life of stars, the beginnings of our galaxy, the energetic patternings of our planet Earth, and the songs of comets.  There are individual niches that speak to each type of life form on this planet we know and those that we don’t.  There are niches for those life forms that are no longer with us and which can point us to those which have stepped in to take their place in the cycle of life.  There are niches that speak about us in all of our cultures and geographies and uniqueness, from all that we get right to all that we get wrong and everything in between. In fact, everything you can imagine which can be called life is represented there.  A thousand lifetimes would not be enough to see and understand it all, but I’m told that after one thousand lifetimes of study or person may be able to understand its master plan and achieve wisdom.  Not having done it myself, I’ll assume that this is so leaving this task for someone else to undertake.  I’m still working on New Year’s resolutions.