The spirit. It is the fifth element which embraces the other four. See the pentagram/Pentacle Page for more info.
The fifth element; the power of the Universe.
The underlying energetic medium, the ether, that permeates all dimensions.
One of the panchamahabhutas-the five eternal substances responsible for the creation of all material substances in this universe.
Means, “space.” Inner, omnipresent space in particular. When used in samyama, akasha reveals the body to be one and the same as inner space, allowing it to be effortlessly transported anywhere.
(Sanskrit) A substance and dimension in which all that transpires in an individual's world is recorded. Akasha is ethereal substance that fills the whole of space. It is “etheric” energy vibrating at a certain frequency so as to absorb, or record, all of the impressions of life. These records can be read by adepts or those whose soul (psychic) faculties are developed.
The fifth element, the omnipresent spiritual power that permeates the universe. It is the energy out of which the Elements formed.
The first of the five material elements that constitute the universe; often translated as 'Space' or 'Ether'. The four other elements are: Vayu - air; Agni - fire; Aap - water; and Prithvi - earth.
(1) Sanskrit root "kas"—to radiate or shine. Higher correspondence of ether and relates to the substance which is Buddhi. (2) Vitalized matter, or substance animated by latent heat. The akasha is everywhere, in it we live and move and have our being.
Sanskrit for ether.
accommodation, possibility of free space
the fifth element, spirit.
The mystical fifth element, or quintessence. The cosmic spiritual essence that pervades and underpins the material elements, Fire, Air, Earth and Water. Meaning "shining" it is also known as the Astral Light, or collective unconscious.
In Hinduism and Buddhism, the all-pervasive life principle or space of the universe, a universal med
the spiritual ether (or Aether); the omnipresent fifth occult element which embraces the other four earth, air, fire, and water; and from which they stem. This is the realm of "pattern" or causality, from which the realm the normally thought of "five senses manifests. Some define it is the "other" of the "two worlds" that the witch or magician walks between.
The plastic recording medium of man's thoughts words and deeds related to the Lords of Karma (Lipika or Kumaras). The source of the Great Elements of Earth, Air, Fire and Water. The fluid matter of mulaprakriti in Pisces known also as Pradhana or Svabhava, the emanatory Sea from which the Monads emerge. The Akashic Records are the Book mentioned in Revelation.
The spiritual 'ether', the fifth element which embraces the other four, earth, air, fire, and water. Usually envisaged as violet in colour.
It is the free space or void; also related to the property of sound and is one of the aggregate elemental processes.
which embraces the other four- earth, air, fire, and water; and from which they stem. This is the realm of pattern" or causality, from which the realm the normally thought of "five senses manifests. Some define it is the "other" of the "two worlds" that the witch or magician walks between.- the spiritual ether (or Aether); the omnipresent fifth occult element
Akasha is the Sanskrit word meaning space or sky. In Hinduism it is one of the five elements (panchamahabhoota), the others being prthivi 'earth', apa 'water', agni 'fire' and vayu 'air'. In paganism and wicca, it is the unifying energy that is inherent in every living creature on the planet, and in all of the 4 elements (earth, air, water, and fire) that make up the natural world as we know it. On the pentagram, akasha is assigned to the fifth top point, and the "other" element.