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65: Exploring Our Akashic Records with Judith Costa

What if you were able to tap into a repository of knowledge that contained every detail of your past, present, and potential future? Imagine the questions you ask, the transformation you could experience. I’ve always been curious about exploring my own Akashic Records and was thrilled when my next guest offered to walk me through it.

Judith Costa is an unconditional love coach, self-Love expert, seminar leader, writer, and speaker, with a Master’s Degree in Analytical Psychology and Psychotherapy and an MBA. She is a certified consultant and teacher of the Akashic Records, a Reiki Master, a Past Life Regression Therapist, and a certified Happiness Trainer. Judith works with groups and individuals to help them overcome their inner blocks to Love and know themselves better. She specializes in helping her clients have a better relationship with themselves, which transforms their lives, allowing them to create abundance, well-being, better relationships, and become happier.

To learn more about Judith, visit her website and connect with her on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Pinterest, LinkedIn, and YouTube


Think meditation is hard. Do me a favor, take a slow, deep breath in, and now breathe out. Congratulations, you just meditated. Hi, I’m Krystal Jacosky, and this is Breathe In. Breathe out a weekly mindfulness and meditation podcast for anyone ready to own their own shit and find a little peaceful while doing it.  

Krystal Jakosky:   Welcome back to Breathe In, Breathe Out. I’m Krystal Jacosky and I’m really excited to share this week’s episode with you. I first met Kevin Pinnell when I was a guest on his podcast, which is Award A Better Life. It was such a delightful experience. We had so many things in common that I really wanted to bring him on my podcast so that we could talk about the indigenous people. Kevin began his journey with the indigenous people of North America in the early nineties. He met Ken two feathers early on in that journey, and Ken Two Feathers became more than Kevin’s teacher. They had a wonderful friendship. And 10 years into that friendship, Kevin wrote the book, Two Feathers, Spiritual Seed Planter as Kevin Laughing Hawk, which addressed two feathers life and Native American spirituality. There is so much more to his experience and his life. This is just the tip of the proverbial iceberg. We’re going to talk about some of the keynotes of Kevin’s experience. I really hope that you enjoy listening as much as I enjoyed having him on my podcast. Hello, and welcome back to Breathe In, Breathe Out. I’m Krystal Jakosky, your host, and I am so excited to have Kevin on our show today. Kevin Cannell, welcome.  

Kevin Pennell:    Thank you. Great to be here. This is awesome. I’ve switched roles for a change. I’m not a host. I’m actually a guest. 

Krystal Jakosky:    Oh, isn’t that fun? When you get to switch it up a little bit. Kevin and I have actually been recording right now because whenever we have the opportunity to chat, Kevin and I go off on so many different tangents and so many different realms, and it’s because we are both interested in so many different things. We are always looking for something new to learn or something new to teach, which means that we have a plethora of things that we can talk about and go down rabbit hole after rabbit hole after rabbit hole. So we’re going to make an effort to keep this a little shorter, meaning not four hours long, because we could talk for hours.

Kevin Pennell:    We’re going to try to focus.  

Krystal Jakosky:    We’re going to give it the college try, you know, the good college. Not the one where you smoke pot for the first four years and then decide to do college. We’re going to actually try to focus. Welcome to my world today. Kevin, tell us a little bit about yourself, who you are and what brought you to my podcast studio.  

Kevin Pennell:    Oh my goodness. Well, if you got about two or three hours, hang in there. It’s just actually been about a year ago that I decided, I’m going to try doing a podcast because for 35 years off and on, I was in broadcast journalism and radio. So I just have a lot of fun with it. And I published a book, worked on a couple of other books, and did some magazine articles. I love to write, but for whatever reason, the publisher just wasn’t impressed. Okay, this is great, but you’re not going to publish it. It’s good stuff, but we’re not going to publish it. And I’m going, Yeah, fine, whatever. And I realized part of writing is you have to be able to accept a little two letter word called no.  

Oh, that’s standard procedure. And I just, in one of those moments, I said, you know, I did broadcast journalism and I did human interest stories for years. I really enjoy doing that, just listening and talking with people about their lives. And literally, I think it was like 3:30 or 4:30 in the morning. That tends to be what I call my spirit time. Some of the most significant little truths that I’ve ever had. The title for the book that I wrote came to me in the middle of the night. And when I wrote that book, I wrote it from five o’clock in the morning until 6:30 every day until I got done with it. But that’s my spirit time. This time it came through as you need to do a podcast called Toward a Better Life.  

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Krystal Jakosky:
Think meditation is hard? Do me a favor, take a slow deep breath in and now breathe out. Congratulations. You just meditated. Hi, I’m Krystal Jakosky and this is Breathe In, Breathe Out. A weekly mindfulness and meditation podcast for anyone ready to own their own shit and find a little piece while doing it.

Krystal Jakosky:
Hi, this is Krystal Jakosky. And before we get into the episode, I just needed to do a quick little heads up for you. When you are working with energetic things, sometimes electronics go a little funky, and that is exactly what happened in this interview with Judith Costa. So allowing for humanity, allowing for challenges, allowing for shifts inter energy, this was an unbelievably powerful experience for me. And I really hope that you enjoy the episode. And then there is a follow up, I am doing a follow up. So I hope that you listen to that and get a little more depth into what I really experienced. So without further ado, I give you the next episode of breathe in, breathe out.

Krystal Jakosky:
Hello everybody. And welcome back to Breathe In, Breathe Out. I’m Krystal Jakosky. And as always, you know that I am beyond delighted and thrilled that you are here with me taking a moment for personal self care and growth to explore different avenues of life and things that can help us move forward and connect with ourselves and be even more aware and alert and just true to our own beings. And in the vein of introducing you guys to new things and new opportunities for self care and expansion. Today we have Judith Costa on. She is an unconditional love coach, a self-love expert, a seminar leader, writer and speaker with a master’s degree in analytical psychology and psychotherapy, along with an MBA. She’s a certified consultant and teacher of the Akashic records, a Reiki master, a past life regression therapist and a certified happiness trainer. Judith specializes in helping her clients have better relationships with themselves, which then transforms their lives, allowing them to create abundance, wellbeing, better relationships, and become even more happier if that’s even possible. So without further ado, hi, Judith welcome.

Judith Costa:
Hi Krystal, I’m so happy to be here with you finally today.

Krystal Jakosky:
It’s been a little while. I’m so excited to just sit down and chit chat and just dig in a little bit deeper to what it is you do and then you guys later, she’s actually going to open my Akashic records. So I’m telling you what we’re excited about today. This is fabulous. So in what you do, you say that you’re an unconditional love coach and a self love expert. So what is your definition of unconditional love?

Judith Costa:
It’s love without boundaries without limits. Love no matter what. I love you, because I choose to love you. And I choose to love everyone and everything without restrictions. We are used to just give our love to those that we feel that we like or are related to us that love is abandoned and expansive. And you can share it with anyone you want. And if I call myself love coach people think that I fix relationships and I don’t. I work individually with people to feel them connected with the love that they already have inside of themselves. Maybe they feel disconnected. They have forgotten that they are the source of love, but we are all full of love because we are made of it. It’s the energy of source.

Krystal Jakosky:
I love that. We are love. That is where it comes from. That is the found that you can give from. You’ve got it. It’s in you, it already exists. You just have to remember how to tap into, I don’t want to say learn, because I feel like at some point we knew how to tap into that and then we forgot. So maybe we can Read More

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