"The aforesaid five objects, which are the negative attributes of the five electricities, being combined produce the idea of gross matter in its five forms: Kshiti, solids; Ap, liquids, Tejas, fire: Marut, gaseous substances; and Akasa, ether." (Swami Sri Yukteswar, The Holy Science, Sutra 11, 12)

Place or state where concepts, ideas, thoughts and memories are retained. [See Akashic, Akashic Records]

Akasha is space in the Jain conception of the cosmos.
Akasha is one of the six dravyas (substances) and it accommodates the other five, namely sentient beings or souls (jīva), non-sentient substance or matter (pudgala), principle of motion (dharma), the principle of rest (adharma) and time (kāla)
◇ It is all-pervading, infinite and made of infinite space-points.
◇ It falls into the Ajiva category, divided into two parts: Loakasa (the part occupied by the material world) and Aloakasa (the space beyond it which is absolutely void and empty).
◇ In Loakasa the universe forms only a part.
Akasha is that which gives space and makes room for the existence of all extended substances.
◇ At the summit of the lokākāśa is the Siddhashila (abode of the liberated souls) [Wikipedia]

See Also

Akasa - Ether: The First Duality more complete discussion on Akasa
Chart of Matter and Energy
Etheric Elements
Figure 1.3 - Subdivisions of Matter and Energy
Figure 13.07 - Mind Matter and Energy Chart
Inertial Plane
Keelys Secrets - Introduction
Luminiferous Ether

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