During the year that I worked with my young subject Katie, who relived her previous life as an Essene master named Suddi, much information came through our sessions that shed an enormous amount of light on the teachings and miracles performed by Jesus.
Suddi provided a physical description of Jesus that doesn’t quite match tradition. Jesus was slightly taller than the average man of the time, very slender, and of a “fine mold.” His hair was a light reddish-blond, and he had a short beard. He had piercing grey eyes. Known to Suddi as Yeshua, Jesus was further described by Suddi: “He is like a slow moving river that is very deep. You do not know what runs underneath the surface.”
After returning from his travels around the known world at the time, Jesus combined the lessons he learned as a youth from his Essene teachers with the knowledge he acquired from many masters in the exotic lands he visited: India, Phoenicia, Egypt and Britain.
The message Jesus imparted over and over again to his disciples was very simple: love. According to Suddi, “He speaks highly of love between your neighbors, love between brothers, and love towards strangers. To love someone, to share this with others is to share God with others. God is love. He is anything that fills a void that is inside. To share love with another is the greatest thing you can do, because it is sharing God. You are giving freely of yourself to another, without thought of return. This is part of the message. The people have accepted that the Lord God has a place in everyday existence. And they are learning to share this with one another, to grow closer, with this message.”
During multiple sessions I conducted with Katie, thrilling information came through that both confirmed and contradicted many stories of Jesus taught by the various sects of Christianity. Suddi revealed Jesus did indeed perform many miracles, explaining that Jesus would go deep into mediation with a person who needed to be healed, and while in a meditative state, he would transfer some of his energy to the other person.
Sometimes people observing the healings even witnessed this transfer of energy: a glow of light from the hand of Jesus to the affected part of the other person’s body. Their auras would glow brighter, to the point where people who normally didn’t see such things were able to. These visions could be the halos often attributed to Jesus and other divine beings.
The miracles performed by Jesus were genuine and many. During his instructions and travels, he developed the ability to transfer energy to those who were ill, and even breathe life back into a dead body, in order for that soul to complete unfinished lessons on Earth. Jesus was destined to be the Messiah, so his innate ability for the miraculous was great.
Suddi made it clear to me that he thought all men had the potential to develop such abilities if they applied themselves to meditation, learning and the selfless way of life. Perhaps that is the ultimate message from Jesus: all things are possible with faith.
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