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How to Read The Akashic Records with Laura Ramnarace

What are the Akashic Records?

Akasha is a Sanskrit word for “Primary substance,” that out of which all things are formed. The
Akashic Records is the “library” outside of space and time that contains every detail of your
soul’s journey, and that of every entity, life form, or place. Other traditions have other terms
for this same concept.

Why do people want to read the Akashic Records?

People often use the Akashic Records to find out their purpose in this life, how to better access
their abilities and talents, and to gain insight into health, relationships, and money issues.
Many people report feeling a greater sense of alignment to their deeper self and a greater
feeling of peace in their lives regardless of the specific information received.

How to Read the Akashic Records will use a small amount of lecture and a lot of practice
so that the participants will leave the class able to access the Akashic Records themselves. It
will end with a Q & A session. Any students who want to continue practicing with other
Akashic Records students will be invited to join the practice group that is held every
Wednesday, free of charge.

About Laura and Akashic Records readings

Laura Ramnarace began her education in reading the Akashic Records with training provided
by the teacher Laura Coe. She provides readings for the general public and continues to
develop her skills by also practicing with Akashic Records students.

How to Read The Akashic Records
with Laura Ramnarace
Sunday, April 14 2:00 pm – 6:00 pm
at Lotus Center
Cost: $30

TLC (“The Lotus Center”) in the Community . . .
Yoga in Public Schools (“YIPS”) is a community service project of Lotus Center, which
began during the 2017/18 school year. Our mission for YIPS is to bring non-religious yoga
classes, as part of their Physical Education curriculum, to public schools in Grant County,
New Mexico. Thus far, Lotus instructors have taught yoga to students at Bayard
Elementary, San Lorenzo Elementary, La Plata Middle, Guadalupe Elementary, Cliff, Silver
High, Snell Middle, and Jose Barrios Elementary schools. YIPS is part of Lotus Center’s
community service program, and is provided at no cost to the schools or the students.

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