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Lost Teachings

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Introduction

In the previous section of this website, we looked at the “Lost Years” of Jesus during his youth. We focused on the idea (and resources that provide documentary evidence) that he spent 17 years in the East before his Mission. We also discussed why it is important for people to know more about Jesus’ life and to learn the truth about where he was and what he was doing during the “gap” in The Bible’s story about him.

 

In this section, we will focus on the “Lost Teachings” of Jesus. If it is important that we know more about his “Lost Years”, then it is equally (and even more so) important to know about his Teachings that were NOT included in The Bible for various reasons. This website is dedicated to learning more about Jesus’ Life and Mission . . . that means his “Lost Years” and “Lost Teachings”. To understand more about both aspects would have profound effects on each of us individually as well as the whole world! If we think that Christianity changed the world as it has been for the last 2,000 years, just imagine what incredible things could take place when over 2 billion Christians learned the truth about Jesus’ Life and Mission?!

 

Christianity has been under attack around the world for many years now by the Globalists / Power Elite who want to destroy Conservatism, Individuality, Freedom, National Sovereignty, and Western Civilization through their “puppets” in positions of power and influence. Just imagine how angry they will be when Christianity begins to truly fulfill the purpose that Jesus intended . . . when people learn about, accept, and apply what will be discovered by understanding more about Jesus’ “Lost Years” and “Lost Teachings”!

“Behold, I send you forth as sheep in the midst of wolves: be ye therefore wise as serpents, and harmless as doves.”

 

(Matthew 10:16)

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That is what the Globalists fear the most . . . people following in Jesus’ footsteps. They will have no power whatsoever when that happens, so they want to make sure that it never does. Individuals with a similar mindset have felt the same way throughout recorded history. The power is always meant to be in the hands of The People, so those who think they are the “Rightful Rulers of the World” need to control or kill anyone who challenges their false authority. If a single “Christed One” could change the world like Jesus did, just imagine what hundreds, thousands, millions, or even billions of “Christed Ones” could do. That is NOT what the Globalists / Power Elite / Aristocrats / Totalitarians / Authoritarians want . . . but that is exactly what God and Jesus want!!!  

15 - Beware of false prophets, which come to you in sheep's clothing, but inwardly they are ravening wolves.

16 - Ye shall know them by their fruits. Do men gather grapes of thorns, or figs of thistles?

17 - Even so every good tree bringeth forth good fruit; but a corrupt tree bringeth forth evil fruit.

18 - A good tree cannot bring forth evil fruit, neither can a corrupt tree bring forth good fruit.

19 - Every tree that bringeth not forth good fruit is hewn down, and cast into the fire.

20 - Wherefore by their fruits ye shall know them.

 

(Matthew 7:15-20)

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It was mentioned earlier that the Church knew about Jesus traveling to the East, and possibly to Glastonbury and other locations as well, during his youth. However, that information was suppressed and called a “hoax” and “myth” so that Christians would only believe the narrative forced on them by the Church. The same is true with Jesus’ Teachings. How many people honestly believe that Jesus never said anything of importance other than what was recorded in the New Testament? That would not make any sense, for he would have had many conversations every single day, especially with his Disciples, and what we hear in The Bible is only a tiny fraction of those talks.

10 - And the disciples came, and said unto him, Why speakest thou unto them in parables?

11 - He answered and said unto them, Because it is given unto you to know the mysteries of the kingdom of heaven, but to them it is not given.

12 - For whosoever hath, to him shall be given, and he shall have more abundance: but whosoever hath not, from him shall be taken away even that he hath.

13 - Therefore speak I to them in parables: because they seeing see not; and hearing they hear not, neither do they understand.

14 - And in them is fulfilled the prophecy of Esaias, which saith, By hearing ye shall hear, and shall not understand; and seeing ye shall see, and shall not perceive:

15 - For this people's heart is waxed gross, and their ears are dull of hearing, and their eyes they have closed; lest at any time they should see with their eyes and hear with their ears, and should understand with their heart, and should be converted, and I should heal them.

16 - But blessed are your eyes, for they see: and your ears, for they hear.

17 - For verily I say unto you, That many prophets and righteous men have desired to see those things which ye see, and have not seen them; and to hear those things which ye hear, and have not heard them.

 

(Matthew 13:10-17)

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However, many Christians have sadly accepted that The Bible contains the ONLY true words of God and Jesus. They either do not know about the Dead Sea Scrolls and the Nag Hammadi Library, or they have rejected such Teachings because they are not in The Bible. Again, if we want the truth about Jesus’ Life and Mission, then we should always remain open-minded. And in this case, it should be very easy to accept the possibility that there were many other recordings of what Jesus said and did that are not found in The Bible. That should be very exciting, but too many people have rejected the idea out of ignorance, pride, or fear.

“And there are also many other things which Jesus did, the which, if they should be written every one, I suppose that even the world itself could not contain the books that should be written.”

 

(John 21:25)

We should be open to the incredible possibility that more ancient manuscripts could be discovered and provide previously unknown information about Jesus’ Life and Mission. It has already happened, as mentioned above, and it could happen again. Whether such Sacred Texts are found in caves, the Vatican Library, or somewhere else . . . anything is possible!

 

We should also be open to the reality that Jesus, while “in Heaven”, can speak to anyone he wants in the Present and the Future. Why should we limit a Great Being like Jesus and claim that he cannot reach us today, and that all we will ever hear from him are a few grains of sand found in the New Testament? We already hear stories of how Jesus appears to people in dreams, visions, inspiration, meditation, and even near-death experiences. Are we supposed to believe that such people are all liars or delusional? The same thing happens with Mother Mary and her miraculous appearances over the centuries. Are those people all liars or delusional as well? 

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We also hear that Jesus speaks through people we call “Saints”, “Prophets”, and “Messengers”. Is that such a strange concept to understand . . . that Jesus could find pure and worthy individuals to speak through and deliver current messages to the rest of the world? This is called “Progressive Revelation”, and it means that the Jesus we know from 2,000 years ago is still trying to help mankind today and can speak / act through anyone he chooses (even seemingly “ordinary people” he inspires with Divine Wisdom) in order to give us guidance in today’s challenging world . . . instead of us simply being dependent on a few things that he said so long ago. Who are WE to put limits on what Jesus can do?!

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The Church would hate this idea, because the powerful hierarchy does not want anyone having a personal relationship with Jesus so that we must go through THEM in order to get to Jesus and God. What do you think God and Jesus would prefer? Why did Jesus speak to the people outdoors (depending on the weather), instead of doing so indoors at the supposed “Holy Places” of his time? Why do you think he challenged the Priests and powerful hierarchy of his day? What was happening then is still happening today. Should we allow ANYONE, including the Church and its leadership, to prevent us from making direct contact with God, Jesus, Mother Mary, or the Saints?

 

We must remember that Jesus did not want to start a “Church”; he started a “Spiritual Community” and a “Movement”! He never wanted the details of his Life, Mission, or Teachings to be controlled, changed, deleted, and manipulated so that the FEW could have power over the MANY. It happened anyway, to a great extent, but that can all change! And hopefully a website like this can play a part in creating that necessary change.

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“Jesus” and “The Christ”

In order to better understand the True Teachings of Jesus, we must first better understand Jesus himself and what it means to be “The Christ”. There is so much that could be said, but a brief description should be enough here without being long-winded and overwhelming people with too much information. If people want, they can (and should) do more research on their own. We must always think for ourselves . . . ask our own questions, do our own research, draw our own conclusions, and remain open to the possibility of new discoveries and revelations.

 

So, who was Jesus? We are told that he was “God Incarnate” and that he was the ONLY “Son of God”. Right there, we already have a contradiction . . . for he cannot be the Father and the Son at the same time. If he was the Father, then why does he pray to God (The Father) in the Garden of Gethsemane and on the Cross? Was he praying to himself? Why does he speak of God as being Someone other than himself? Christianity still struggles to clearly explain how both can be true at the same time.

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The truth is that God is within His Sons and Daughters, because a “Spark of Divinity” (known as the “Threefold Flame”) was given to us by God when we were created. The Creator can always be found within His Creation. We have a soul, and that soul has the potential to embody the Sacred Qualities of God . . . which means we can (and should) become “God-like”. We cannot be the Quantity of God, but we can be the Quality of God . . . which is God’s Will for mankind. God made us in His Image, so we should try to BE LIKE HIM!

 

If God is an Ocean, we are drops of that Ocean . . . we contain the qualities of the Ocean but not the quantity. If God is a Fire, we are sparks of that Fire. If God is a Sun, we are rays of that Sun. We are all intended to be “Individualizations of God”, which means that we can indeed be “God Incarnate” . . . but not in the way that Christians use that expression in reference to Jesus’ Life. This is just one True Teaching of Jesus! Even The Bible has many passages to support this:

“So God created man in his own image, in the image of God created he him; male and female created he them.” (Genesis 1:27)

“Know ye not that ye are the temple of God, and that the Spirit of God dwelleth in you?” (1 Corinthians 3:16)

“I have said, Ye are gods; and all of you are children of the most High.” (Psalm 82:6)

“Be ye therefore perfect, even as your Father which is in heaven is perfect.” (Matthew 5:48)

“But seek ye first the kingdom of God, and his righteousness; and all these things shall be added unto you.” (Matthew 6:33)

“Neither shall they say, Lo here! or, lo there! for, behold, the kingdom of God is within you.” (Luke 17:21)

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Jesus did NOT want people to worship him or idolize him; he wanted people to learn from him and follow in his footsteps. Jesus was a “Wayshower” and walked the “Path of Christhood” so that we could follow his lead and walk the same Spiritual Path. It is important to remember that what God envisioned for Jesus, He also envisioned for ALL of His Sons and Daughters. Does that not make much more sense? What parent would want only one of their children to be great and do great things? Well, why would God only want Jesus to be great and do great things . . . while the rest of His Children live mediocre and sad lives of sin and suffering? What ONE can do, ALL can do. That is another True Teaching of Jesus!

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Jesus’ Mission was to demonstrate what it means to be “The Christ”. We often call him “Jesus Christ”, but that was not his last name. He was “Jesus . . . The Christ”. He lived his life as an example of what we can all do and become; he was NOT the Exception . . . he was the Rule! His Mission was intended to help people become Christed Ones like him during the 2,000 years of the Piscean Age. That Age is now transitioning into the Aquarian Age where everyone, who chooses through Free Will, can become Christed Ones and help to establish a Golden Age Civilization and restore the Earth to its Pristine Condition as was experienced at the time of the Garden of Eden. Humanity has come full-circle, and Light will overcome Darkness. This is why RIGHT NOW is the most exciting time to be alive!  

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So, if God and Jesus truly loved us, why would they ever want us to be dependent on one Great Being alone for our salvation? Would They not prefer that we use the wisdom and guidance we are given to become Great Beings ourselves and then live great lives while helping others do the same? Would They not prefer that we use our own Free Will and “save ourselves” instead of acting helpless and feeble? Imagine what a good parent would want for his / her children, and then imagine that God would want the same thing for His Children . . . but even more and even greater! This is precisely why Jesus said,

“Verily, verily, I say unto you, He that believeth on me, the works that I do shall he do also; and greater works than these shall he do; because I go unto my Father.”

 

(John 14:12)

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This is THE greatest secret

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We can become Christed Ones just like Jesus!

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Instead, the corrupt leaders wanted us to believe that Jesus was the “Only Son of God”; that he was someone we could never be like; and he did things that we could never do. Instead, we had to worship him and falsely believe that our sins were forgiven and we would go to Heaven if we simply accepted him as our “Lord and Savior”. And of course, the Church made itself the “mediator” between us and Jesus . . . between us and God. Through the suppression of Truth; through Fear: through Guilt . . . the Church prevented Jesus’ True Mission and True Teachings from changing the world as was intended.

 

This is still happening today, but we can see that as time goes on the power and control of the Church is fading. People want a personal relationship with God and Jesus. They know that a controlling and corrupt Church cannot possibly be a pure mediator between them and God. They are getting tired of being manipulated through fear and guilt, and they are tired of being told that we are all “unworthy sinners”. They are getting tired of NOT knowing the Truth about spirituality, Jesus, and God. Everything is already changing, and a “Great Awakening” is underway! And when over 2 billion Christians start to see more of the Truth for themselves, the world will change in the twinkling of an eye! There will be incredible rejoicing on Earth . . . and in Heaven!

“There is no fear in love; but perfect love casteth out fear: because fear hath torment. He that feareth is not made perfect in love.”

 

(1 John 4:18)

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So, what is “The Christ”? Christ means “anointed”, and a Christed One means “an anointed one”. All of God’s Children have the potential to become Christed Ones, and Jesus lived to show us the Spiritual Path that would help us to do that . . . if we choose, because we have Free Will. In the understanding of the Holy Trinity, there is the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. Jesus demonstrated the perfect example of “The Son”. This is not just about male / men, because females / women can also become Christed Ones. In the Hindu tradition, “The Son” corresponds to “Vishnu” . . . Brahma, Vishnu, and Shiva / Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.

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Lord Krishna, an avatar / incarnation of Vishnu, was said to have demonstrated “The Son” / “The Christ” in the East before Jesus then demonstrated it in the West. So, the spiritual concept of “The Son” precedes Christianity. However, Jesus showed us what “The Son” was like so that we could follow his example and become “The Son” ourselves.

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Again, does this understanding not make more sense than what Christianity has been preaching for centuries? Would Jesus not prefer for us to follow his example rather than worship him? We believe he is humble and without pride, and yet a person would have to be completely prideful to want to be worshipped! If Jesus truly loved humanity, would he not prefer that we be like him and BE FREE rather than remain in ignorance, fear, guilt, doctrine / dogma, and depending on our worship to him to save us and gain automatic entry into Heaven?

 

To become Christed Ones ourselves means that we surrender our “human self” in order to become our “Divine Self” . . . to surrender our “lesser self” to become our “Greater Self”. This “Higher Self” is also called the “Christ Self”, which is what Jesus demonstrated. He was human but also Divine, because he lived as a Christed One while in a human body. He was completely One with his own Christ Self, and that is exactly what we are meant to do as well.

 

We must also go through ALL of the Spiritual Initiations that Jesus did, and that includes the Transfiguration, Crucifixion, Resurrection, and Ascension. That will surprise many people when they read this, but it is true! We may not go through these situations in exactly the same way that Jesus did, because the Spiritual Path is unique for each of us individually. For example, we most likely would not be nailed to a cross or even suffer in a physical manner in order to go through our own Crucifixion. However, these initiations are all very important steps on the Spiritual Path that everyone must experience if they all hope to become Christed Ones.

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It is important to also understand that the primary focus of Christianity, aside from the birth of Jesus, is the suffering and Crucifixion of Jesus. Yes, it was a very sad (and extremely important) part of his Mission. However, even Jesus would never want us to focus only on that alone and remain in a constant state of grief over that situation because he “died for our sins” and we “owe it to him”. Let us never forget that he also Resurrected and Ascended, which was unbelievable! And that is what he would prefer for people to focus on. He would want us to stop focusing so much on “The Way of Suffering” (i.e., The Via Dolorosa) and instead focus much more on “The Way of Joy”, “The Way of Freedom”, “The Way of Victory”!

Now, when we are One with our Christ Self, we will have attained “Christ Consciousness”. God, the Creator, is a “Being of Pure Consciousness”, and all of Creation consists of different levels of consciousness. The higher the state of consciousness, the higher we have risen spiritually . . . and the closer we get to the Core of God’s Being. The Christ Consciousness is what Jesus demonstrated for us, and that is the same level of consciousness we must achieve by walking the Path of Christhood as he did. Many of the things that were said about Jesus will also be said about each of us (in Heaven) as we become Christed Ones like him and develop the Christ Mind / Christ Consciousness.

5 - Let this mind be in you, which was also in Christ Jesus:

6 - Who, being in the form of God, thought it not robbery to be equal with God:

7 - But made himself of no reputation, and took upon him the form of a servant, and was made in the likeness of men:

8 - And being found in fashion as a man, he humbled himself, and became obedient unto death, even the death of the cross.

9 - Wherefore God also hath highly exalted him, and given him a name which is above every name:

10 - That at the name of Jesus every knee should bow, of things in heaven, and things in earth, and things under the earth;

11 - And that every tongue should confess that Jesus Christ is Lord, to the glory of God the Father.

(Philippians 2:5-11)

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Our Christ Self is our True Self and our Lord. It is the True Mediator between our soul and God. That is why the Church interfered and made itself the mediator between our soul and God! Our Christ Self is our “Conscience”, our “Inner Teacher”, our “Inner Voice”, our “Intuition”. When we know that something is right or wrong, that is the Christ Self. When we bypass the human intellect and tap into pure illumination and intuition, that is the Christ Self.

 

When Christians say that Jesus was the “only begotten of the Father”, they believe that was just in reference to Jesus alone. It was not, because it was referencing the Second Aspect of God’s Trinity . . . The Son . . . the Universal Christ. That “Universal Christ” was prophesied as “The Lord Our Righteousness”. It was the foretelling of both the future Mission of Jesus but also the deeper meaning of Jesus as one individualization of the Universal Christ. 

“In his days Judah shall be saved, and Israel shall dwell safely: and this is his name whereby he shall be called, The Lord Our Righteousness.”

 

(Jeremiah 23:6)

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So, the Universal Christ is individualized for God’s Children as our “Holy Christ Self”, and they can all become The Christ just like Jesus. At “The Last Supper” . . . the Chalice represented the Christ Self; the Wine represented the Christ Consciousness that filled the Chalice / Christ Self; and the Bread represented the Universal Christ that would be broken into individual pieces. The concept of fragmenting the Universal Christ for the Sons and Daughters of God was depicted by Jesus breaking the bread and giving a piece to each Disciple.

“And he took bread, and gave thanks, and brake it, and gave unto them, saying, This is my body which is given for you: this do in remembrance of me. 

 

(Luke 22:19)

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One unfortunate mistake that most Christians have made is relating directly (and only) to Jesus what he was saying about himself but also about spiritual concepts at a deeper level. Jesus often spoke about things on different levels at the same time, which is why Christians often believe that he is speaking only about himself in certain situations when he is actually speaking about Higher Spiritual Truths as well. He even said that he gave an “Inner Teaching” to the Disciples as the mysteries and an “Outer Teaching” to the general public through parables. Here are two well-known examples to prove this point:

“Then spake Jesus again unto them, saying, I am the light of the world: he that followeth me shall not walk in darkness, but shall have the light of life.”

 

(John 8:12)

“Jesus saith unto him, I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by me.”

 

(John 14:6)

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Jesus did say these things about himself as “The Christ”, but he was not speaking only about himself. He was also speaking about himself as representing “The Son” and “The Christ” . . . as an individualization of the Universal Christ. When he used the words “I AM”, he was not speaking about himself as “Jesus, the man”. Instead, he was using the name of God that was given to Moses on Mount Sinai.

“And God said unto Moses, I Am That I Am: and he said, Thus shalt thou say unto the children of Israel, I Am hath sent me unto you.”

 

(Exodus 3:14)

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Whenever we say, “I AM”, we are saying “God within me is”. Jesus understood that Spiritual Truth, and he was actually saying that “God within me is . . . the Light of the World” and that “God within me is . . . the Way, the Truth, and the Life. And no man can reach the Father without first becoming the Christ (the Son) like I did.” This is another True Teaching of Jesus!   

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Karma and Reincarnation

Two of the primary “Lost Teachings” of Jesus are the concepts of “Karma” and “Reincarnation”. Most Christians do not accept these ideas, but only because most Christian churches (especially Catholic) do not preach them as a reality and part of the religion. However, that was not always the case. Early Christians did believe in reincarnation like many others before them had, for example: Pythagoras, Plato, Hindus, Buddhists, and Taoists. Such individuals include the Essene Community (e.g., Saint Joseph, Mother Mary, and their families), Jesus (which he learned from the Essenes and his studies in the East among the Hindus and Buddhists), the Disciples, the Gnostics, and even Origen of Alexandria to name a few examples.

 

An entire discussion on karma and reincarnation would definitely be too long for one section of a simple webpage, but it is important to discuss them in some detail for people open to the concepts as being a part of the “Lost Teachings” of Jesus. So, let us briefly define what the two words mean.

Karma – It is “energy in action” expressed through people’s thoughts, feelings, words, and deeds. The expressions of energy can be positive or negative, and they can be helpful or harmful to Life. Whatever people express is eventually returned to them for good or for bad . . . and it depends on the nature of their expression of that energy. The universe acts like a “Cosmic Mirror” and reflects back to people whatever energies they send out. People often wonder why God allows “bad things to happen to good people”; it is because people use their free will to make decisions every day and to freely express themselves in many ways. They must then deal with the consequences of those energies.

 

In the West, the word karma is becoming more widely used over time. Normally, we refer to this concept as “Cause and Effect”, “coming full-circle”, “biting you in the butt”, and “what goes around, comes around”. Karma has been compared to people throwing a boomerang and it coming back to them. It is a Law of the Universe that operates scientifically and spiritually. Isaac Newton understood this concept scientifically in the Third Law of Motion: “For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction”. The Bible may not have called it “Karma”, but it did mention this same Law from a spiritual perspective:

7 - Be not deceived; God is not mocked: for whatsoever a man soweth, that shall he also reap.

8 - For he that soweth to his flesh shall of the flesh reap corruption; but he that soweth to the Spirit shall of the Spirit reap life everlasting.

9 - And let us not be weary in well doing: for in due season we shall reap, if we faint not. (Galatians 6:7-9)

“For verily I say unto you, Till heaven and earth pass, one jot or one tittle shall in no wise pass from the law, till all be fulfilled.” (Matthew 5:18)

“For with what judgment ye judge, ye shall be judged: and with what measure ye mete, it shall be measured to you again.” (Matthew 7:2)

35 - A good man out of the good treasure of the heart bringeth forth good things: and an evil man out of the evil treasure bringeth forth evil things.

36 - But I say unto you, That every idle word that men shall speak, they shall give account thereof in the day of judgment.

37 - For by thy words thou shalt be justified, and by thy words thou shalt be condemned. (Matthew 12:35-37)

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Reincarnation – The key with karma is that it must be balanced. Just like someone having a loan from the bank; that debt must eventually be paid. “Balance” is a fundamental necessity for the entire Cosmos to operate effectively and efficiently. God perfectly created everything to be balanced and harmonious through Order and Structure (i.e., Cosmic Laws – spiritual and physical). And within such a magnificent environment, we could use our free will to learn, grow, experiment, create, and do so without harming ourselves or other parts of Life. That was the Original Plan, but we have seen that we can also make choices to work AGAINST God’s Creation instead of working WITH God’s Creation . . . to our detriment and that of all Life on Earth.

 

Energy flows in the pattern depicted in the Tai-Chi symbol: yang / yin, expansion / contraction, outbreath / inbreath. If we do “good things”, for example, then good things will come back to us. If we do “bad things”, then bad things will come back to us. Karma itself is neither good nor bad; it is simply the movement of our energies. What we do with those energies are good or bad, if we choose to use those words. Whatever we think, feel, say, and do either helps or hurts Life and then returns to us . . . that is the “Law of Karma”. 

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However, a single lifetime may not be enough for us to balance our negative karma. This is why reincarnation is always intertwined with karma. Our souls need many lifetimes to balance our negative karma. Plus, how much can our souls achieve in one lifetime anyway? Why would God create us to only have such short (and often mundane / ordinary) lives . . . and then we never get to come back? What about children, in particular, who pass away at young ages . . . they have very little time with the ONLY life that they are supposedly going to get. That does not seem right!

 

Believing in reincarnation makes sense not only to balance our karma, but it seems perfectly understandable that God would want us to have MANY lifetimes to live in MANY different situations in order to progress on our Spiritual Paths. Is that not more exciting than only having one chance at life, and the vast majority of people spend that life having to deal with suffering, sadness, and limited understanding about their True Selves, God, and Creation? That sounds extremely depressing!

 

How much spiritual growth can take place in a single lifetime? But how much can take place over thousands of years . . . living as a different gender, a different race, in a different religion, a different culture, and having countless different experiences?! And why would nearly every religion and spiritual group preceding Christianity believe in reincarnation if it was not true? And why would Early Christians themselves believe in reincarnation as well . . . until the Church claimed that it was not true and eliminated it as a part of the doctrine / dogma of their faith?

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How do people explain “child prodigies”, for example? Where do such children get their exceptional abilities from at such early ages, unless they already developed those skills from previous lifetimes? Why do some Great Beings, like Buddha and Jesus, have such incredible Missions that literally change the world, unless they spent many lifetimes preparing their souls to one day be capable of doing something extraordinary? Why are some people born rich and others born poor . . . some born healthy and others born sick? How can some people remember extremely specific things about their supposed “previous lives” that they could never have known about otherwise?

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Karma and Reincarnation answer almost every question that Christianity cannot answer, and yet the Church and most Christians still refuse to even be open-minded to the concepts. Why is that? For some people, it is because the concepts are just not a part of their faith and therefore must be rejected without questioning things for themselves. For other people, it is because of fear and guilt in feeling like they are turning their backs on their faith, their Church, and even their own families who may have raised them to be Christians as we know them today.

 

For other people not in these two categories, they simply do not like the idea of having lived many lifetimes for various reasons. They like the idea of this ONE LIFE, and their entire identity is only focused on their current family, friends, and circumstances. For some people, it is easier to “mentally digest” the idea that we only get ONE LIFE. They cannot yet understand that our human bodies are “Clothes for our Soul”, and we can change our human bodies through reincarnation just as easily as we change our physical clothes. Our bodies are similar to the space suits that astronauts wear and the diving suits that scuba divers wear!

 

We are NOT the human body.

We are the soul that is inside the body and the Higher Self (at a Spiritual Level)

that we are striving to become (As Above, So Below).  

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Karma and Reincarnation are God’s Law, and some people do not want to believe in God and His Law or at least do not like knowing that they are accountable for every single thought, feeling, word, and deed. The New Testament has at least two specific references to reincarnation that were not eliminated from The Bible. One example is when the Disciples asked Jesus why the Scribes said that Elias (i.e., Elijah) must come first, and Jesus replied that Elias would come first to restore all things . . . and had already come, but the Scribes did not know it. The Disciples understood that Jesus was referring to John the Baptist. The other example is when the Disciples asked Jesus about the blind man, demonstrating that they understood the Law of Karma and that Reincarnation was a reality . . . for why else would they ask what the man did to be BORN blind unless he possibly committed a sin in a previous lifetime (i.e., created negative karma that needed to be balanced by being born blind)?

10 - And his disciples asked him, saying, Why then say the scribes that Elias must first come?

11 - And Jesus answered and said unto them, Elias truly shall first come, and restore all things.

12 - But I say unto you, That Elias is come already, and they knew him not, but have done unto him whatsoever they listed. Likewise shall also the Son of man suffer of them.

13 - Then the disciples understood that he spake unto them of John the Baptist. (Matthew 17:10-13)

“ . . . who did sin, this man, or his parents, that he was born blind?”

 

(John 9:2)

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The Spiritual Path requires incredible discipline and mastery so that we are not misusing our energies, creating negative karma, and hurting ourselves or any other part of Life. The return of our negative karma is often referred to as the “School of Hard Knocks”; people who do not yet know about karma and reincarnation still realize that we all experience difficult situations and can learn important lessons from them. The Great Saints, Sages, Teachers, and Masters throughout history all walked the Spiritual Path and were fully in control of themselves, fully accountable for themselves, and fully in a state of Oneness with God and His Laws. That is what separates Them from Us!

13 - “Enter ye in at the strait gate: for wide is the gate, and broad is the way, that leadeth to destruction, and many there be which go in thereat:

14 - Because strait is the gate, and narrow is the way, which leadeth unto life, and few there be that find it.”

 

(Matthew 7:13-14)

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For many people, it is easier to believe that they are victims of injustices instead of being open to the idea that maybe, in this lifetime or previous ones, they expressed energy in a negative way and are now having to balance that negative karma. If it is not karma from previous lifetimes, then our difficult circumstances are usually the consequences of free will decisions that we have made in this lifetime. Also, difficult circumstances may actually have been chosen by our own souls before we were born in order for us to be tested on our Spiritual Path. That is indeed something that happens regularly by those wanting to progress more quickly on the Spiritual Path. So, not all “bad things” are the return of people’s negative karma . . . they can be Spiritual Initiations intended to test our souls.  

 

Either way, nothing happens without a reason . . . and there is no injustice ANYWHERE in the universe! God is Perfect, and His Law is Perfect. Karma is a Perfect Law in order to maintain Balance and Harmony. If there was any injustice in the universe, then God would not be Perfect. Just because we do not always know why things happen, that does not mean God’s Laws are not working perfectly. “Good People” will get their just rewards, and “Bad People” will get the judgment that their souls deserve . . . not always the way we hoped (because of our corrupt judicial systems today) but when their lives are over in the Final Judgment. It is all in accordance with God’s Will, Wisdom, Love, Mercy . . . and His Cosmic Timetable. The Darkness that we see today is simply “coming to the surface”; it is not new and has existed for a very long time. Trust God, because it is all going to be replaced with Light!

“Dearly beloved, avenge not yourselves, but rather give place unto wrath: for it is written, Vengeance is mine; I will repay, saith the Lord.”

 

(Romans 12:19)   

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The All-Loving God is not actually “vengeful” or “wrathful”, of course. He created Cosmic Laws that apply impersonally to every Being. When it is said that vengeance is His, and He will repay, it is discussing the Law of Cause and Effect that keeps the Cosmos in a state of Perfect Equilibrium. Plus, how can we ever learn from our mistakes if we are never held accountable for them? We teach our own children using that principle, so why would God not do the same thing with His Children . . . but more Purely and Perfectly?

 

That is another big issue in Christianity; it is people’s belief that Jesus died for their sins, because then there is no need to stop “sinning” if we simply convert and accept him. But is that truly the Spiritual Path that God would like us to walk? What does that achieve? How does that benefit all those who lived BEFORE Jesus’ time or all those who do not convert to Christianity AFTER his time; are they all doomed to “go to Hell”? None of that makes sense, of course. However, Jesus did tell us exactly what the True Conversion is intended to be:

“And said, Verily I say unto you, Except ye be converted, and become as little children, ye shall not enter into the kingdom of heaven.”

 

(Matthew 18:3)

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Jesus did indeed “die for our sins”, but Christians do not have the proper understanding of it. They believe that Jesus “erased our sins”, but why would someone else be able to balance OUR negative karma for us? And how would doing so benefit our Spiritual Paths? The truth is that Jesus dying for our sins was intended to “buy us time”. Karma always comes full-circle, and when it comes back it can be very difficult for people to deal with. Jesus “paid for our sins” by holding the balance for world karma, which then bought humanity more time to progress spiritually so that when their own negative karma did return they would be better able to deal with it and balance it themselves without too much “Inner” and “Outer” turmoil.  

 

So, the idea of “automatic salvation” sounds great to some people who do not like the idea of having to “right their own wrongs”. However, that is NOT how the Divine System of Justice works that God created. We should be eternally grateful for what Jesus did, but we should understand that God does NOT require “blood sacrifices” or that someone else can eliminate our debts to Life. We alone are responsible for ourselves, our expression of energies, and the consequences that follow. This is also a True Teaching of Jesus!   

“For every man shall bear his own burden.”

(Galatians 6:5-18)

“Then said Jesus unto his disciples, If any man will come after me, let him deny himself, and take up his cross, and follow me.”

(Matthew 16:24)

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Matthew, Chapters 5-7, are among the most important in the New Testament and consist of the Sermon on the Mount in which Jesus speaks profoundly about Moral Teachings. Even though the word karma is not mentioned, the Teachings are a valuable guide for helping people to better understand God’s Laws, how to live righteously and enjoy the blessings that would follow, and about the consequences of living unrighteously.

 

This Sermon is not a “Lost Teaching” of Jesus, but it is filled with incredible wisdom that has been lost among even many Christians and lovers of Jesus. That may happen because we have busy schedules and often lack the necessary time to study the Scriptures; we can easily forget some things even when we do study; certain concepts may be too difficult to put into daily practice and make a part of our long-term memory; and other concepts are simply beyond our current level of understanding and/or application. Either way, the Sermon on the Mount is priceless for our Spiritual Path!

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For anyone interested in learning more about the “Lost Teachings” of Jesus, there is a 2-volume book set and a corresponding video that are truly above and beyond all others regarding this particular topic. It would be a fantastic starting point for people who want to learn more about what Jesus taught, which they cannot find in The Bible or at their local church. The book is called The Lost Teachings of Jesus, and the video is called The Lost Years and the Lost Teachings of Jesus by Mark and Elizabeth Clare Prophet. There is also another excellent book by the same author specifically focused on reincarnation and Christianity called Reincarnation: The Missing Link in Christianity. (These are referenced in the “Books” and “Videos” sections of this website as well.)    

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Examples of Jesus’ Previous Lives

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Elisha - Prophet & Disciple of Elijah

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“Outer Path” and “Inner Path”

A very important aspect of spirituality is understanding the difference between the “Outer Path” and the “Inner Path”. This concept may be new to many people, but even Jesus spoke of it when discussing with the Disciples that he gave them the “mysteries” and gave the masses the “parables”. That was an important example to demonstrate the difference between the Outer and Inner Paths . . . past, present, and future.  

 

The Outer Path is that which most people walk, to varying degrees, while the Inner Path is that which fewer people walk and who are more focused on spiritual growth, service, God, and His Creation. There are always Higher Truths on the Spiritual Path, and the more basic ones are those which are more easily understandable to more people. The Outer Path is important and plays a vital role in people’s spiritual development. We must all learn simpler Spiritual Truths first before learning more complex ones . . . similar to how people must learn basic mathematics first before learning the higher mathematics of Quantum Physics, for example. Children learn to crawl, then walk, and then run; we all do the same in a spiritual manner.

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The Inner Path is important and also plays a vital role in people’s spiritual development, because we cannot walk the Outer Path indefinitely or we will get “stuck” spiritually and stop growing. Stagnation in any aspect of life always leads to death . . . and in this case, to “spiritual death”. The Outer Path is meant to eventually lead us to the Inner Path, which is why both are crucial for different souls at different positions along their own unique Spiritual Paths.

 

We all move at our own pace because of individuality and our personal free will choices made during our lives. So, we can progress slowly or quickly . . . unknowingly or knowingly. The Great Saints, Sages, and Masters throughout history (like Jesus) came to show us how to walk the Spiritual Path “knowingly” by sharing their incredible wisdom with us . . . both in “parables” and in the “mysteries”, depending on what our souls were ready to hear at the time. Not everyone is at the same place along the Spiritual Path, and some are ready to learn things that others are not.   

 

The Spiritual Path itself is like a “Cosmic Ladder” or “Spiral Staircase” that we all climb to higher and higher levels of consciousness by passing our initiations / tests, surrendering our human ego, balancing our karma, and living a life dedicated to serving God, Man, and All of Life. However, it is also important to understand the difference between the Outer Path and Inner Path in order for us to gradually shift from the basic understandings of Ourselves, God, and Creation to the higher and more complicated ones.

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There are many things that could be said to demonstrate the difference between the Outer and Inner Paths, and below are a few examples that people might find helpful:      

  • Outer – Omega / Matter / Physical 

  • Inner – Alpha / Spirit / Etheric

 

  • Outer – world’s religions / indirect experience of God

  • Inner – mysticism / direct experience of God

 

  • Outer – looking for God “outside ourselves”

  • Inner – looking for God “inside ourselves”

 

  • Outer – thinking that Heaven is “without”, as a location somewhere in the universe

  • Inner – knowing that Heaven is “within”, as higher states of consciousness

 

  • Outer – a spiritual path that can be walked with others

  • Inner – a spiritual path that can only be walked alone

 

  • Outer – praying to God for things that we want to happen

  • Inner – praying to God for illumination / guidance so we can be “instruments” for Him to make things happen through us

 

  • Outer – asking God what we should do

  • Inner – telling God what we would like to do and then surrendering it to His Will  

 

  • Outer – the “parables” that Jesus gave to the masses

  • Inner – the “mysteries” that Jesus gave to the Disciples

 

  • Outer – mostly focused on “Holy Books” for knowledge of God and His Creation

  • Inner – some focus on “Holy Books”, but mostly on Divine Inspiration, for knowledge of God and His Creation

 

  • Outer – illumination / understanding comes mostly from “outside” (i.e., other people)

  • Inner – illumination / understanding comes mostly from “inside” (i.e., ourselves)

 

  • Outer – much time reading books and only putting some things into practice

  • Inner – little time reading books and yet putting everything important into practice

 

  • Outer – worshipping Jesus or other Enlightened Beings

  • Inner – striving to become like Jesus or other Enlightened Beings 

 

  • Outer – looking for “outer salvation” through someone else (e.g., Jesus)

  • Inner – looking for “inner salvation” through one’s own spiritual mastery

 

  • Outer – people with some degree of wisdom are Teachers / Gurus 

  • Inner – very wise people, one’s Higher Self (“Inner Teacher”), and Spiritual Beings are Teachers / Gurus

 

  • Outer – focus is on “Doing”

  • Inner – focus is on “BEing”

 

  • Outer – trying to be a “good person” and live a “good life”

  • Inner – trying to be a “saintly person” and live a “holy life”

 

  • Outer – some focus on having only pure thoughts, feelings, words, and deeds

  • Inner – constant focus on having only pure thoughts, feelings, words, and deeds

 

  • Outer – some humility, respect, and integrity

  • Inner – constant humility, respect, and integrity  

 

  • Outer – some following of the heart and using the Christ Mind 

  • Inner – constant following of the heart and using the Christ Mind

 

  • Outer – some praying / meditating / fasting

  • Inner – regular praying / meditating / fasting

 

  • Outer – some focus on devotion to God

  • Inner – constant focus on devotion to God

 

  • Outer – do’s & don’ts considered “spiritual” in the outer world (e.g., going to church)

  • Inner – doing things only based on intuition and receiving Divine Illumination

 

  • Outer – interested in belonging to a certain religion and going to church

  • Inner – interested in belonging to a spiritual community with similar ideas / lifestyle

 

  • Outer – more time spent with “blood-relations” (i.e., family) than with others

  • Inner – more time spent with those who are “spiritually like-minded” than with others

 

  • Outer – living a “worldly life” and with some focus on spirituality

  • Inner – living a “worldly life” (or not) and with constant focus on spirituality

 

  • Outer – some degree of discipline and mastery

  • Inner – high degree of discipline and mastery 

 

  • Outer – some degree of living by “strait is the gate, and narrow is the way”

  • Inner – high degree of living by “strait is the gate, and narrow is the way”

 

  • Outer – some focus on embodying the Qualities of God

  • Inner – constant focus on embodying the Qualities of God

 

  • Outer – some focus on God’s Creation but still mostly on Man’s Creation

  • Inner – mostly focused on God’s Creation and only what is needed on Man’s Creation

 

  • Outer – some understanding, connection, and enjoyment of Nature

  • Inner – greater understanding, connection, and enjoyment of Nature

 

  • Outer – some attunement and flow with the Cosmic Tai-Chi

  • Inner – constant attunement and flow with the Cosmic Tai-Chi

 

  • Outer – some focus on working WITH Mother Nature

  • Inner – constant focus on working WITH Mother Nature

 

  • Outer – some flexibility, non-attachment, and acceptance

  • Inner – constant flexibility, non-attachment, and acceptance

 

  • Outer – some focus on Balance, Wholeness, Attunement, and Oneness

  • Inner – constant focus on Balance, Wholeness, Attunement, and Oneness

 

  • Outer – some willingness to sacrifice the human ego to become the Divine Ego

  • Inner – constant willingness to sacrifice the human ego to become the Divine Ego

 

  • Outer – some surrender to God’s Will

  • Inner – constant surrender to God’s Will

 

  • Outer – some acts of selflessness but still some selfishness, attention-seeking, pride, greed, impure motives

  • Inner – constant acts of selflessness with humility and purity

 

  • Outer – some focus on service to humanity and “bringing Heaven to Earth”

  • Inner – constant focus on service to humanity and “bringing Heaven to Earth”

 

  • Outer – some focus on self-improvement and then making the world somewhat better

  • Inner – considerable focus on self-improvement and then making the world considerably better  

 

  • Outer – some focus on doing everything to “Glorify God”

  • Inner – constant focus on doing everything to “Glorify God”

 

  • Outer – some gratitude to God for everything

  • Inner – constant gratitude to God for everything

 

  • Outer – some offering / tithing of one’s time, money, and resources

  • Inner – regular offering / tithing of one’s time, money, and resources

 

  • Outer – some positive thoughts / visualization of oneself, others, and All of Life

  • Inner – constant positive thoughts / visualization of oneself, others, and All of Life

 

  • Outer – “imbalanced development” and the order of one’s focus: physical, emotional, mental, spiritual

  • Inner – “balanced development” and the order of one’s focus: spiritual, mental, emotional, and physical

 

  • Outer – still focused “outside oneself” for comfort, security, and a sense of wholeness

  • Inner – only focused “within oneself” for comfort, security, and a sense of wholeness

 

  • Outer – some focus on the spiritual aspects of oneself: soul, aura, chakras, kundalini, threefold flame, etc.

  • Inner – regular focus on the spiritual aspects of oneself: soul, aura, chakras, kundalini, threefold flame, etc.

 

  • Outer – some focus on the human intellect and some on intuition

  • Inner – constant focus on intuition  

 

  • Outer – focused on acquiring knowledge

  • Inner – focused on acquiring wisdom  

 

  • Outer – some degree of responsibility, reliability, and constancy

  • Inner – high degree of responsibility, reliability, and constancy  

 

  • Outer – some elimination of “bad habits”

  • Inner – complete elimination of “bad habits”

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“The Word”

“In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God.”

 

(John 1:1)

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There are many spiritual mysteries and Higher Truths regarding the concept of the Sacred “Word”, but the focus here will be on its connection with “The Christ” and Jesus. The Word is the Logos, which is Greek for “word”. All of Creation was brought into Existence by God through the Word; it is the Power of the Creator. However, what exactly is the “Word”?

 

It is a very complex topic consisting of spiritual concepts that are not usually discussed in the world’s religions or churches. The hope here is to explain it as simply and clearly as possible so that more people will have a greater understanding of such an incredible aspect of God.

 

God told Moses that His Name is “I AM THAT I AM”. When we say, “I AM”, we are saying “God within me is”. The “I AM” is the Individualization of the Great “I AM THAT I AM” and is within ALL of God’s Children. The Word that was with God and was God is the “I AM THAT I AM”. It was God’s Statement of Being and His Proclamation of Freedom that He would BE Whoever He wanted to BE . . . “I WILL BE WHO I WILL BE”. This is why we are destined to say, “I AM” and “I WILL BE” . . . as our own Statements of Being and Proclamations of Freedom, for we are Individualizations of God (i.e., Sons and Daughters of The Father).    

“I AM THAT I AM”         Individual “I AM”

“I WILL BE WHO I WILL BE”         Individual “I WILL BE”

This makes sense, because the Creator can create whatever He wants and do whatever He wants with His Own Creation. God, The Creator, chose to create the Cosmos and populate it with Spiritual Beings (i.e., Angels, His Sons & Daughters, etc.) The Sons and Daughters of God have the gift of Free Will, and we were ALL created with the potential to become “The Christ”. From there, we would then become “gods” . . . truly in the Image and Likeness of the One God . . . as miniature versions of Him who would embody His Qualities.

 

The “I AM” is the Individualization of the “I AM THAT I AM”, and “The Christ” is the Individualization of the “Universal / Cosmic Christ”.

“Universal / Cosmic Christ”         Individual “Christ”

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“The Christ” is the mediator between God and Man . . . between our own Higher Self and our lower self. The Individual “I AM” is the Word, and “The Christ” is the mediator between our soul and the “IAM” . . . which is our Higher Self. “The Christ” is One with the I AM / Higher Self. Therefore, “The Christ” is the Logos; it is the personification / embodiment of the Word. “The Christ” / “The Word” is the mediator between Heaven and Earth.

 

Even this explanation may sound rather complex, especially if these concepts are new to people. Higher Truths can be difficult to explain because it requires finding the right words to connect with spiritual concepts . . . and for both the words and the concepts to be understood. Trying to use a limited selection of “human words” to understand the complexity of unlimited “spiritual concepts” can be challenging. However, let us try to simplify this even more.

God is Love.

“He that loveth not knoweth not God; for God is love.”

 

(1 John 4:8)

His desire to create the Cosmos and everyone / everything within it was out of Love. His Creation is a “Cosmic Act of Love”! Everything within Creation is the Love of God. Without God, there would be nothing. Without the Word, there would be no Creation. Therefore, the Word is the Divine Expression of the Love of God.

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The “Universal / Cosmic Christ” is that Love of God, and the Individual “Christ” is that Love expressed individually through His Sons and Daughters. Jesus was an Individual “Christ”, and His Mission consisted of many things . . . but mostly, it was to demonstrate the “Path of Love”. He expressed this many times even in The Bible:

21 - Then came Peter to him, and said, Lord, how oft shall my brother sin against me, and I forgive him? till seven times?

22 - Jesus saith unto him, I say not unto thee, Until seven times: but, Until seventy times seven.

 

(Matthew 18:21-22)

36 - Master, which is the great commandment in the law?

37 - Jesus said unto him, Thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thy heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy mind.

38 - This is the first and great commandment.

39 - And the second is like unto it, Thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself.

40 - On these two commandments hang all the law and the prophets.

 

(Matthew 22:36-40)

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“Christed Ones” walk the Spiritual Path and will eventually develop a “Sacred Heart”, which is why Jesus is often depicted with one . . . because he was a perfect example of what “The Christ” is meant to be like. “The Christ”, as demonstrated by Jesus, is what we are ALL destined to become! That means we are ALL meant to one day have a Sacred Heart like Jesus and all of the other Great Spiritual Beings who have also become Christed Ones . . . BEFORE and AFTER the time of Jesus.  

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Becoming “The Christ” means walking the “Path of Love”. Becoming “The Christ” means becoming the “Word”. Jesus was an individual representation of the Word, and that is why we are ALL meant to become individual representations of the Word as well. The Word was with God and was God; we are ALL destined to BE WITH GOD and to BE GOD . . . as “gods” and Unique Individualizations of Him.  

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