Alphabet soup for the soul – “J”

J is for Jesus

“I am the light of the world. Whoever follows me will not walk in darkness but will have the light of life.”

-John 8:12-

Jesus Of Nazareth is the most widely recognized lightworker ever to walk the earth.

Where The Buddha is famous for saying “life is suffering,” the death of Jesus on the cross is the visual personification of suffering. It is also an excellent metaphor for how most people view the world today.

Jesus could access other dimensions and realms of existence through the third eye. In the gospel of Matthew, verse 6:22 says, “The light of the body is the eye; if therefore thine eye be single, thy whole body shall be full of light.”

The third eye has been noted throughout history as the place where we transcend our human experience into something more magical. Practiced from Egypt, India and China before Christ to the Romans in the time of Jesus and swept the internet a score of centuries later. It is seen as the gateway between the physical body and the metaphysical.

The pineal gland sits almost in the center of the brain. It is the size of a grain of rice, and as depicted in many ancient hieroglyphs, it is a pinecone shape and the third eye.

The pineal gland acts as a transducer, a radio antenna that crystallizes and shimmers to allow a flood of chemicals into the brain. An explosion of ecstasy that will thrust one right out of the physical body and into a spiritual realm.

Jesus of Nazareth taught us how to elevate our vibrations and frequency to another level. Quantum physics tries to prove this scientifically and will only become more evident and tangible in the future.

Jesus walked on water and made blind men see, deaf men hear, and mute men speak. His Dharma continues to be fulfilled long after his death, and his Karma is stamped throughout the books of the time.

Published by Hdavey Thoreau

"How vain is it to sit down to write when you have not stood up to live"

18 thoughts on “Alphabet soup for the soul – “J”

  1. Perfect selection of the word. I see there is a reason of meaning and beauty and love in your selection of the word. Great message. A wonderful writing directing the realms of faith.

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    1. I love your post. I always found it extremley cruel that Jesus had to carry his own cross to his own crucifixion. I also find it amazing that while suffering on the cross he was thinking about the thief on the cross beside him and inviting him to paradise instead of focusing on his own despair and torcher πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™

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