It seems that we forget almost everything that we think. If we could remember everything that we perceive, conceive and realize––we would be far less fallible than we are. But alas––human memory cannot compete with RAM. My laptop, for example, though inferior to my brain on the whole, far outperforms my ability to remember what it learns; whereas I can only retain some of what I learn, anything my computer learns cannot be forgotten, unless I trash bin its knowledge, of course, but still, such is the disparity between machine and man; even in this primitive epoch of early robotica, amoebas of future AIs are already outperforming us in numerous ways. So––can you imagine a world wherein nothing is ever forgotten? Wherein all consciousness manifests in preservation, and all ideas may last forever? That is the purpose of the Akashic Field.
The Akashic Field is a divine machine that records all of our perceptions, conceptions, thoughts, ideas, beliefs, fears, dreams, doubts, convictions, emotions and––every iota of the conscious mind. All of this, for every person, both in Heaven and on Earth, is stored in the Akashic Field. Essentially, in the Akashic Field, all human minds on Earth are recorded and stored in individual files called Akashic Records. Every soul that God has ever made has an Akashic Record. In one’s Akashic Record, one may reference the sum of one’s existence in all lifetimes spent on Earth, and all stays in Heaven, as well. When one returns to Heaven from the Earth, one may visit the Akashic Field to find out everything which one has done. Lifetimes from thousands of years ago, for example, are preserved in complete detail; previous judgments by God are stored, too; every moment of one’s existence is preserved in one’s permanent file.
It is possible, though unknowable, that in Heaven, the minds of all Heavenite vessels access the Akashic Field; in this way, the Akashic Field may act as a communal organ of the Heavenite mind; if so, in Heaven one’s knowledge of one’s self therefore may be the complete picture of one’s full existence. Why the Akashic Field exists is a domain of speculation, although probable uses for the machine appear palpable, even in lieu of insight. For example, should we believe that God judges us after death, the Akashic Field may qualify God’s perspective and validate his gavel; he thus may know everything we’ve ever done.
The Akashic Field is not accessible to Earthlings, but in Heaven the Akashic Field is like a public library––its records are accessible to all digital entities who dwell therein, as a sacred right of existence. The Akashic Field is located in the Astral Plane, which is the first plane of the 7 planes of Heaven––the first plane that we all ascend to once we die.