The Master Jesus and Building a Body of Love

I remember when I was a very young child, my mother teaching me a little prayer when we prayed together to Jesus each night.

What I remember most is the wonderful feeling of being held lovingly by him (or a presence) whenever I said or heard his name. I attended Sunday school when I was young, although I don’t remember a lot about it except the connection I felt to Jesus.

When I was in first year at High School I was peripherally involved in an inter-school Christian fellowship, attending a couple of camps, where most of my memory is of the lovely bush walks we did in the area. And still the name Jesus resonates with me as a huge part of this memory.

As I grew up, married, and had children, I was not active in church attendance. Our first child was baptised, largely so he could attend a private Christian college that required pupils to be baptised before starting at the school.

When our second child was born we were living in an area a long way from the rest of the family and never got around to a baptism. It did not feel important and still doesn’t. I have never really felt tied to the dogmas of the institutional churches.

It is since meeting Serge Benhayon and attending Universal Medicine events that I have again given some thought to remembering the way my body felt when I prayed to Jesus – or even just on hearing his name.

I know that Jesus was one of the very great world teachers that brought through to humanity the amazing LOVE OF GOD. I now know that this Love of God is the basis of my feelings that completely resonate right through my body, especially when I speak Jesus’ name.

Through the work of Serge Benhayon and Universal Medicine, I now understand the absolute beauty of building a body of love that Jesus talked of, appreciating that it is within me and I can access it at any time.

Building a body of love begins with ‘Gentleness’ – being gentle in the way I move and do things comes before I can begin to feel the Love that is already there within me. By connecting to this during my day, to the best of my ability, I feel such a huge expansion of love throughout the whole of my body. This is a wonderful way to live, and that love is building evermore as I develop.

I do remember the word ‘gentle’ being in the little prayer I said as a child and it is so relevant to how I am now feeling gentleness in everything I do. However, this way of being and doing goes even deeper for me as a woman – it also encompasses the word ‘Delicate’.

Throughout my day I can feel the delicateness that is in me, from the tips of my fingertips to throughout my whole body. Just expressing and feeling Jesus’ name makes my whole body surrender and expand with love.

And the amazing thing is that the other word that now comes through for me is ‘Powerful’. To me Master Jesus is, and always has been, very powerful – as demonstrated by the way I felt so held by him as a child – and even more so now as an adult. Jesus showed us that we too can be powerful; we just have to let the LOVE that is in our bodies out, and live from that LOVE.

I am gradually putting this into practice: the more I live lovingly towards myself and towards others, the more I feel deep within an amazing Power that is also coming to the surface.

With deep gratitude to Serge Benhayon and Universal Medicine for all the wonderful support and love that I have received over the past 9 years. If I had not met Serge, I would not have known how to access the amazing love that I have found within myself.

By Beverley Croft, South East NSW

Further Reading:
Outpourings From Heaven
From Giving Up to Reclaiming Myself as a Son of God

637 thoughts on “The Master Jesus and Building a Body of Love

  1. Jesus taught that love is simple and how we are all the same, not one of us is more, bigger, more powerful than another, we are all Sons of God, there is no one special or chosen. And we are all very capable to rebuild a body of love.

    1. Yes, and it’s a shame just how his teachings have been bastardised to create the exact opposite in the world today. With mainstream religions making it all about somebody else saving us, completely taking away our power and responsibility in everything that “happens to us”.

  2. When we are rushed we can become rough and hard in the way that we move – and this can cause a ripple effect that kind of flattens everyone around us with its momentum. But when we are gentle it allows a grace founded on respect and harmony that on so many levels tenderises the harsh world around us.

  3. When we have those experiences of connection with someone from history, you can’t help but wonder and feel that there is so much more to life and living life that what we physically see and experience. The familiarity with a place never visited or a person never met and we could swear we know them. The truth is we do.

  4. It’s wonderful and powerful to connect to what we know is true for us. To say yes to what resonates and no to what doesn’t, supports my connection and openness to more of what is true and divine in my connection to God and the love of Master Jesus.

  5. I too as a child also loved hearing the name Jesus- I got the impression of a very humble and loving man – very fatherly in his way and very holding of others. There is a warmth and very personable feel with Jesus that I felt was very accessible – very different to how God and Jesus are portrayed by the church. If God is love then that is totally accessible by anyone.

  6. I have never prayed, I had no real relationship with Jesus either growing up, as I was not religious. I do remember as a child building a baby manger at Christmas time and loved the idea of a special baby, I would play games around the concept. Later when I met Serge Benhayon I realised that we are all special babies and special people. I love that Serge explains the true history of Jesus and that he was just a man, a carpenter and a philosopher and that there were many more like him, I could really relate to what he shared, unlike the walking on water Jesus that I had seen on the cross.

  7. “Through the work of Serge Benhayon and Universal Medicine, I now understand the absolute beauty of building a body of love that Jesus talked of, appreciating that it is within me and I can access it at any time.” How wonderful Beverley that you have come to this understanding for yourself, and have started to bring this quality into your life. What is so gorgeous is that everyone gets to feel that quality in you whether they realise it or not, and then have the opportunity to take it further for themselves if that is what they choose to do.

  8. I remember reading about Jesus in the bible, his tender love, care and compassion for mankind was in stark contrast to the way God was portrayed in the old testament. this was when I thought he was God, today I know him as the Master of true brotherhood holding all mankind with an enormous amount of tender love.

  9. It is through gentleness that we connect through our bodies to the same level of love and awareness that many many masters have walked with in the past, for our particles naturally resonate to that which is divine and living against this is an attack on our bodies and a resistance to the pull of evolution.

  10. I have been praying in the church or late at night in my bed when I was a young child but never truly felt connected with myself and my body, it was always a kind of a story that I played out in my mind. Now I know that it is about my connection with my body, to love my body and to feel that inside me is the love of God. We are Sons of God.

  11. All so beautifully expressed Beverly, I had goosebumps reading your words. Building a body of love, in a very human and practical way, allows us to see, feel and know the Kingdom of God that resides within us all. This is simply due to the fact we are no longer encumbered with movements that take us away from the essence of who we are and that have shrouded the truly glory we all hold deep within. The absolute truth here is that light of the Christ is within us all regardless of whether we choose to follow a religion or not. As you have so gorgeously stated: “…we just have to let the LOVE that is in our bodies out, and live from that LOVE.”

  12. What a beautiful blog Beverly, every time I think of Jesus I get this sense of “it’s okay, you are okay”, it’s soothing and very, very loving.

  13. It’s interesting for me that I grew up in a catholic faith, went to church, a catholic school and all the trimmings and yet I didn’t really take in or understand who Jesus was. I knew he apparently did a lot of things then died and then came back again was pretty much my understanding. I knew the way I felt about him was something external to myself. It was like he was no human but a special person, a special man that could never be repeated again. I have more understanding for who Jesus truly is from Universal Medicine and Serge Benhayon, he was indeed a man but a man like every other man and like all of us, he chose to live a way, live a quality of life that supported everything and everyone around him. The miracles as I understand it was that there were people around him that also chose to live this quality and their lives changed miraculously. Jesus and how he was now make sense because I have a living experience of what it was he was doing, he was truly living the quality we all are.

  14. With all the many religions in our world how many serve to confirm the light of God we already are within? For the true message that Jesus shared with us through his Livingness was that we are here to embody who we already innately are, as Sons of God, and live our divine Light on Earth. As you have beautifully shared Beverly, in building a body of love through developing a relationship with our gentleness and our delicateness, we allow our ourselves to be moved by an inner-quality that emanates from the love of who we are, our Soul, the Lightness of our being.

  15. Beverly you raise such a great point that Jesus holds power and that what he showed us is we too hold such power. Thanks to Serge we are shown in such a practical way how to live this power and that it resides in all.

  16. I spent most of my childhood going to church and hearing about Jesus but never feeling any connection to him in anyway. It wasn’t until I started attending Universal Medicine presentations that I really began to feel the truth of Jesus and then naturally I began to build a loving and true connection with him.

  17. “Building a body of love begins with ‘Gentleness’ – being gentle in the way I move and do things comes before I can begin to feel the Love that is already there within me.” When I feel the delicateness of my touch it reflects to me a true confirmation of where we have come from and who we are and that is truly divine. Our movements hold a quality unto which we can express our true connection to the divine and that is truly incredible.

  18. Yes we do need to let the love out that is within us, but I’d like to add a point that we also need to let the love in. This can be challenging when you’ve put up walls of protection if you’ve been hurt before. This is where, gentleness can be the perfect antidote to that hardness, to support letting the love in and out.

  19. One of the best gifts I gave to myself was giving (and allowing) myself support – and in the knowing that I had much clearing and healing to do – I attended the workshops and presentations of Serge Behayon and Universal Medicine, which hugely supported me to make different choices, as I came to understand myself and my old ways and habits were no longer serving me – thus it was time to change.

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