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March 5, 2021 30 min

In episode #13, we talk with Julia Wesley, who is a teacher, an Akashic Records reader, and a Soul Blueprint Healer about The Akashic Records and what she has learned so far. What you will learn:



  • ?What? we need to know about the akashic records
  • ?The difference between accessing the records and having them read for you
  • How? an Akashic Records Reading and a mediumship reading? are different
  • How it is common to work in the Akashic Records without knowing it
  • The need to ask for? “protection” from my guides/ guardian angels
  • How the records and lives between lives? regression therapy are similar/aligned
  • Why it? is important to identify and disconnect from parallel lives
  • Why we don’t need Karma and how to clear it?
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    ?For more info: ?www.divinerealignment.com

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