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Akasha (Sanskritआकाश ākāśa, from kash "to shine, radiate, shine, be visible") means, according to the ancient Indian view, as much as heaven, ether or space. Especially according to the Indian elemental theory of Vaisheshika, Akasha is equated with the ether and thus corresponds to the quintessence of Aristotle. Strictly speaking, the Akasha substance is the subtle primordial substance from which everything is formed and in which thought can directly express itself. As such, it also forms the basis for the world memory, the so-called Akasha chronicle, in which the spiritual researcher can read the events of the most distant past - not, however, as they occurred directly on the outside, but from the side of the inner soul experience.

Pages in category "Akasha"

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