Beloved one, I know that sometimes when you look out around you, you see unrest in the world. Many of the actions of the brothers and sisters may seem unloving, arising from the belief in separation, a belief in the need for power and a need to defend self and ancient beliefs.
Beloved one, I have been telling you my story, my adventures after the resurrection. Now we will talk about the ascension. Truly in your holy Scriptures you have an account—a very short, abbreviated account—of my ascension before some of the disciples and some of the ones who were following me.
Beloved one, I have been relating how I remember my life two thousand years ago. We spoke of after the resurrection and moving across the sea in one of Joseph of Arimathea’s sailing ships and how we were blown off course for the adventure of it.
Beloved one, I will continue with my life story. What I share with you is how I viewed my life. There may be others who will say, “But that’s not what I’ve heard,” and that is okay. I would not stand in front of someone and tell them that they are wrong. I only tell you what I remember and how I experienced it.
Beloved one, I will continue with my life story. It was most enjoyable to have some time with Mary—Mariam—before I began to know the guidance to teach, to share. I did not just come back from India and Tibet and begin my “ministry”.
Beloved one, would you like to hear about my life? I will tell you about my early life two thousand years ago. I often hear your questions, wanting to know, "What was your life like? Was it truly as recorded in the holy Scriptures?"
Beloved one, I would speak with you now about what is called meditation. There is not a day that goes by that you do not spend some time in meditation, for there are various stages of what you would call meditation.