The purpose of this meditation is to bring yourself to the point where you are able to access the Akashic directly. However, working within the Akashic requires practice and discipline. In order to achieve this level of practice, it is best to make use of the following meditation in order to familiarize yourself with the methods of obtaining information. For most people, the following "Library" meditation is sufficient to answer all the questions you might have.
However, if your Higher Self (HS) agrees that you would benefit from accessing the Akashic directly, after you have practiced with this meditation sufficietly, your HS will open a door at the far end of the library through which lies the Akashic. Please note that this door will not appear until such time as your HS considers you are ready, and able, to deal with the experience.
Begin with the "Chakra Balancing" meditation and ensure that there are no other "beings" trying to influence you. Once you have completed the full sequence of the meditation, bring your point of concentration back to just above the top of your head.
You are in a garden. It does not matter what type of garden it is: it can be formal, it can be wild, or it can be woodland. It is your garden and can be constructed exactly the way you want it to be. You can spend as much time as you like in your garden but, at some point, allow yourself to focus on the house that is part of this landscape. This house needs to be huge, like a palace or a stately home, and make your way slowly to the front door of this house. Once you have climbed up to the front door of the house, just push the front door open.
As the door opens, you can see a grand hallway. At the far left end of the hallway - walk down the hall and open this new door.
In front of you is the library. This is why your house needs to be as large as you can imagine it because you could not fit this library into a house that was any smaller. The library is filled with books. The walls are lined with books from floor to ceiling and there are bookshelves sub-dividing the room which are also filled from floor to ceiling. The room always has enough light to be able to read any book no matter where you stand or sit within the library.
There are three ways to use this library.
First, you can ask the library a specific question, it does not matter what kind of question it is, the library will present you with a book from which you can read the answer.
Secondly, you can ask the library if it could present you with something which will be of interest to you at this time. Again, the library will present you with a book from which you can read.
Thirdly, you can wander around the shelves and pick out books which catch your attention and you can read what your chosen book has to say.
There are probably many other ways in which the library can be used. These three are suggested in order to get you started on your search for answers. You can access the library for just about any information of any kind - just use as you choose. There is only one warning - it can be very tempting to spend a great deal of time in the library and the time outside will pass very quickly, so it is better if you set youself a time limit before you enter it. Your mind will remember and bring you out of the library at the right time.
As the library begins to fade, bring your point of concentration back to above the top of your head with the knowledge that you will remember the information you gained at this particular visit.
Consentrate on you body and your chakras for a moment feeling that they are fully energized and balanced. Then open your eyes and slowly return to your room and the present time.