- Religion and Philosophy
What Would Jesus Be Live?
What Would Jesus Believe
I observe belief pathways, healing and the energy systems they both flow on, wondering what they would look like all repaired and running smoothly. I then reflect on my opportunities to observe and participate in new life/birth, and death circumstances. I have seen that although the circumstances surrounding both can be horrific and chaotic, the actual life and death occurence itself is calm and serene; it flows like a gentle breeze. Jesus' story is about both life and death and shows the emergence of the two as one.
As I marvel over all of the works Jesus did in his mortal life and the miracles he facilitated, the greatest miracle of all was not the resurrection itself. It was not the sacrifices he made. Instead it was the belief patterns he exemplified. He believed……He knew he would be resurrected in three days. He be-lived……He knew, as surely as he felt the pain that not only would it end, but that it was truly a new beginning, not only for himself but for all those before and after Him
Choose What He Be-lives
Jesus' emotional energy always flowed through open, clear belief channels. His sacrifice for our sins was to experience the e-motion of blocked and broken energy systems. To experience fear, guilt, shame, anxiety, and one-mindedness. These are the experiences of blocked and broken energy systems. Jesus would not have been able to die for redemption without them, because he believed……he knew he didn’t have to die or experience pain. He chose to experience something he did not believe, so we can choose what he believes.
Believe......Be-Live In Yourself
Believe……Be-live in you. You are God’s greatest creation. All of us are in His image. Believe……know, you are whole and complete. You have everything you need living dormant inside of you now. It is already awake, just re-member. Ask, Accept, Allow, And Appreciate.
I introduce to you a new phrase: Instead of “What would Jesus do?”, “What would Jesus Believe?” Because it is not about the doing or the what; it is about the why, Be and Live!