Akashic Records FAQs

Q: What are the Akashic Records?

A: The most helpful description of the Akashic Records is to think of it as a library.

For example, imagine there is a Danielle Library. The books inside the library contain every thought, action, and feeling that I have ever had in every life. This library is my Akashic Records.

There is a library just like this for you as well. These are your Akashic Records. Your Akashic Records (your library) is guarded by several spirit guides and loved ones who are intent on helping you in this life. They have read every book and know everything about you and your lives.

In an Akashic consultation, you ask the guides questions and they answer based on all the info in your records. I am simply the translator in this process.

Important Note: There is not a question that your guides do not know the answer to; however, they will only tell you what you are ready to know right now. This means that, once in a while, you will ask a question and they won’t really answer it completely…or at all. This is ok! At some point, you will have grown spiritually and then you can ask the question again.


Q: What can I expect during an Akashic consult?

A: An Akashic consult begins by reviewing the questions you have thought to ask. I will help you refine the wording so that we can receive the optimal response. Then, I will ask you to close your eyes and center yourself while I open your records. 

After the records are open, you will ask your questions one-by-one and I will translate the responses. You are able to ask follow-up questions if the responses are not clear or if the response prompts another thought. I recommend that you take notes so that you can go back and review later.

At the end of a session, I will close your records. I will not remember the session so you do not need to feel awkward about me walking around with your info. (That would be awkward for me as well!)


Q: What types of questions can I ask during an Akashic consult?

A: You can ask questions about any aspect of your life: parenting, career, everyday experiences/challenges, emotional wounds, relationships. Here are examples of questions that are often asked:

  • What are my strengths? How can I use them for the highest good?
  • What are my obstacles? Explain how I might remove them.
  • How can I deepen my relationship with _____?
  • What do you suggest I do about this issue: ___________?

It is best to stay AWAY from questions that require a "yes/no" answer (nothing is that definite!), a time statement (again...nothing is definite especially the timing of events), or questions that use the word "should".




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