You come from the stars and you’re planted in the Earth to grow. The energetic frequency of the Universe, Mother Earth and your entire soul history runs within you — this is your Line and it’s connected to your Akashic Records. Through your Line you’re receiving guidance and support from your soul, so you can learn how to trust yourself, love yourself and guide yourself. Join Ashley Wood, host of The Line Podcast and founder of A Line Within, every week to learn more about your Line, the Akashic Records, your soul history and the channeled information that she received from The Pinnacle, a group of Pleiadian energy that she works with in her Records. Thanks for being here and enjoy the show!
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Episode 132 It’s a very special day on the podcast today! Not only is it 8/8, the Lion’s Gate Portal (one of the most powerful Universal Activations of the year) but today we are also launching our Soul Journey Collective program! Inspired by our in-... more
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Ashley is a source of light! And her wisdom transcends. more
Going through major changes and this podcast fills me with courage, strength and a reminder to trust myself and the whispers of intuition and remember that I know the way. Mantras I’m currently chanting, Om Gan Ganapatayei to remove obstacles and Ek Ong Kar to manifest my new beautiful life.
Ashley has been such a gift and a light in my life ❤️Although the podcast has evolved throughout the years, I have loved to be a part of the growth. I’ve listened to the evolution and it further goes to show that everything in life is ever changing. Ashley has even mentioned things that she once believed she does not any more and that’s so beautiful to admit especially in a position knowing thousands of people are listening and learning at all points of your journey. Each person listening will f... more
I love this podcast. The monthly energy forecasts are my favourite, and listening to Ashley's voice is so calming. I resonate with her and the guests she brings on the show. Ashley asked us to include a song we are vibing with during these times, and for me it is Energy Budget by Toni Jones, and then also listening to slow drumming.
I have listened to this podcast for a couple of years and the experiences of Ashley, the host so closely mirror my own. It is so helpful and supportive to tune in and affirm and share our current collective experiences. Thank you for your honesty and being so transparent, it has really affirmed my own guidance.
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