‘And the tempter came and said to him: ‘If you are the Son of God, command that these stones become bread.’ But Jesus replied: ‘It is written: humankind shall not live on bread alone, but on every word that proceeds out of the mouth of God.’’ The tempter hopes that when a spirit and soul has been starved of nourishment for long enough, it will be ravenous and eat just about anything that is on offer. In its desperation it would ask its Highest Self, God, to perform a miracle. But our Highest nature has completely taken over our small self and therefore knows full well that: ‘It’s not earthly bread I am yearning for most of all, now. It’s spiritual nourishment I crave in the form of words of wisdom and truth that come directly from the heartmind of God.’ From ‘Jesus In The Desert – Astrology On The Healing Journey’
An on going struggle, a war really, a war that I am fighting against the omnipotent and omnipresent oppressor, that so many call "God the Father". Personally I detest his reign and the hypocrisy of his followers. Particularly those in the Christian sect of his following.
Healers And Healing is about the healing abilities that are slumbering in each one of us. At our entry into the Age of Aquarius new opportunities for saving and redeeming ourselves, each other and our world are opening up for everyone.
The gospel has been lost. Somehow we lost what grace is all about and what Jesus preached that he was all about. Kids these days come back from camp talking about making Jesus "the Lord of their lives", giving their heart to the Lord, and giving up a great many things out of fear. What happened to the thankful heart? What happened to realizing that Jesus once and for all said "Father forgive them for they know not what they do...."? We have evangelicals criticizing Catholicism but in their own way having a works mindset. Catholics stand up for readings from the "Q Source" (Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John) but feel it not necessary to do so for the "lesser" readings of the epistles? Either way, we are all losing big time. And last, but not least, since when did Christianity become such an "exclusionary" religion? Hmmm, seems to me all of the apostles taught that you could judge a tree by its fruit. Paul said that regarding peace, joy, and love, etc. that against such things there is no law. How come we as Christians then exclude those of other faiths that seems to themselves exude the fruits of the faith we claim to preach? The true gospel has become lost in nonsense. Not lost to God. Lost to humans. Let's put away the clinging to faith in humans (the councils that formed the "canons") and let what God has showed us in the real world be our guiding force. It's time to reawaken the "Lost Gospel". It is time to rediscover the Jesus that says : "....now to the one who works, wages are not thought of as a gift, but as something due them; but to the one who without any merits at all, trusts the God that freely justifies the ungodly, such faith will be credited as righteousness."