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Reviewed by Jamie Michele for Readers' Favorite
In his book Akashic Records Reading with Tao Chang, Ricardo Serrano explores the transformative potential of the Tao Source and Akashic repository of every thought, word, and deed of every living being—past, present, and future—for healing. He covers areas such as soul placement, Tao Chang Fields, quantum science, and positive information on vibrational fields, describing practices like Tao calligraphy and the Three Hearts meditation. Serrano speaks of the importance of the Hara, Three Dantiens, and Qigong for well-being, incorporating Daoist principles like the Three Treasures—Jing, Qi, and Shen. He explores quantum entanglement, Torus geometry, and transforming the physical into a light body. Serrano discusses distance healing, the cyclical resurgence of vibrational medicine, and the role of sound healing. He integrates various spiritual practices, emphasizing the holistic approach to self-realization and union with the Tao, advocating for the refinement of sexual essence and the importance of personal faith and devotion.
I have something of a head start with most other readers in the fact that I grew up in a matriarchal East Asian household, and so for me, the foundation with regard to traditional Chinese medicine, herb tonics, and the philosophy of Qigong was already there. Why this is important to state is that even with this background, I still learned a great deal from Akashic Records Reading with Tao Chang by Ricardo Serrano. This is a testament to the quality and scope of his work, as well as the accessibility of his teachings to everyone. The writing is intelligent and insightful, but easy to understand and comprehend. The most interesting to me was the common principles in sonic transformational practices, particularly its variety of Hindu mantras, shamanic chanting, and insights from the Hathors, all identified as sharing principles. I didn't know that this universality across some incredibly diverse cultural and spiritual traditions existed as a common thread in the understanding of sound's transformative power. Serrano's work is exhaustively researched and passionately conveyed, and I have no doubt it will touch all who read it.