9 interesting facts about the akashic record and nadi reading.
1. The Akashic record is written in old Tamil on a palm leaf (also called nadi leaves) 10 to 12 inches in length and 1 1/2 inches in width.
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India, Bangalore: Gunjur Sachidananda
India Kanchipuram: Mr. Balasubramaniam
The palm leaf library of Kanchipuram (located 70 km southwest of Chennai) in India is probably one of the oldest of its kind and very traditionally. The future Nadi readers live and work as family members in the house of the master, and be taught for several decades in the art of nadi reading. One of the nadi readers reported that he has been living with Mr. Balasubramaniam for more than a dozen years. For eight years he practiced reading the palm leaves itself, initially in the presence and under the guidance of the master, he now works independently. Nevertheless, the interpretation of ancient texts is a constant learning process, not only for the person concerned, who shall get information about his fate, but also for the nadi readers to improve their skills of reading constantly.
In Kanchipuram a total of 16 nadi readings is possible. At the first reading, the client receives an overall view about his past and future lives up to the time of death. The following "chapters" expand to individual lives - such as on education, occupation, career or love, relationships and family as well as the mental and spiritual development.
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