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Thursday, March 01, 2012

The Resurrection of Jesus Christ 

This is it.

This is the resurrection of the pure, singular vision of the adept we know of as Jesus, by an adept with the vision to do it.

Although he knew that his effort alone would not be enough to bring about the desired results, he didn't predict me! He predicted that after his sacrifice, his followers would fully understand the value of the vision, and that understanding would empower them to live it and spread it to the rest of the world. That is what he meant by resurrection. He believed that it would not take long for the vision to transform the Earth into the paradise that he was given a glimpse of.

Jesus could not have imagined that 2,000 years would pass before the realization of the vision would even be possible. And he did not anticipate that the vision would be distorted by authoritarian idolaters and appropriated by the Roman Empire.

I have a better view than he did, thanks mostly to the achievements of the civilization he influenced so deeply. Otherwise I am his pupil.

Jesus was not realized by God different from you and me. Some people have talents that occur less frequently, and sometimes they coincide with a strong will, unusual circumstances and extraordinary times. That is how religions happen. The results vary. Buddha detached himself from love to avoid suffering. Muhammad created a kingdom through martial conquest.

The vision of unconditional love and personal sacrifice that Jesus devoted his life to is the only one with the potential to enlighten the world. It is the way, not to heaven, but to a heavenly world, where every life can be enjoyed and every soul grown strong and beautiful.

We are all included in heaven, regardless of the failures we take with us, and regardless of our beliefs. That said, in addition to the benefits of an enlightened life, there is a benefit expressed in Life when we give back strong, beautiful souls rather than neglected, ugly souls.

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