As a starting point with finding out about accessing akashic records, it is firstly a great idea to learn just what these are and where they reside. It is also a sound idea to learn about them as there is a lot of skepticism and misinformation drifting around out there.
The name akasha comes from the Sanskrit language meaning space. We all know what records are so when the two are combined it essentially means you are looking at a wealth of knowledge somewhere in a space not known to anyone. You can also learn more about akashic records via online sources.
Image Source: Google
A simpler and more apprehensible definition is an infinite amount of data stored in the unreachable cosmic universe.
The only difference is that much of our information is stored in akasha and not on a computer chip or in our physical brains. It can still be read, though, just like you would scan a computer chip.
Akasha refers to a place found deep in a non-physical plane of existence, or in simpler more layman terms in a region of the cosmos where no physical being has been, or ever will be. The akashic plane is a depositary for each soul's journeying and experiences.
People tend to bury thoughts deep inside their subconscious mind forgetting about their existence but with the help of various diverse techniques they can be accessed through hypnosis, during sleep or through deep meditation or awareness. The key to successfully accessing the material is to have a clear mind and be relaxed.
What has been presented here are some of the basic ideas underlying the process of accessing akashic records. You will be accessing material deep beyond anything you may have previously known or been aware of. Reaching into the depths of this plane of existence can be accomplished through dreams, meditation, hypnosis or deep concentration.