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
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680 thoughts on “The Master Jesus and Building a Body of Love”
Beverley thank you for sharing about Jesus and how powerful he was. There is a generalised image about him that is far away from the power of love he emanated. Sometimes in the pictures of him reflected in the bible or some books from my childhood I could see someone ‘good’ but didn’t represent his Love presence. What you shared feels very true, real, and accessible for all. The fact that we can be powerful by honouring our delicate nature.
In these times of self-isolation feels very supportive to experience how love can work through us. It can’t be given from a special one. Yet it can be felt from those who have already embodied it. The surrender you experienced by feeling your delicateness confirms how our body naturally resonates with this quality that is universal, accessible for all and can’t ever being exclusive or framed in one particular religion.
Most of the teachings of Jesus are lifeless because the people who wrote about him years after his death did not live in a way that activated true love in their bodies. Love is an activation of the essence within us all. And to actively live love in our hearts will change the world. It’s so simple, no protests, riots, hunger strikes, burning of bras necessary.
Thank you Beverly, Love is absolutely amazing to return to, and as we live Love, it deepens, as a natural part of our Livingness
There is such beauty in this blog, the difference is in the way you describe your relationship with Jesus. En mass we see his name being glorified and he made out to be somebody who is perfect, an unreachable ideal – “The Son of God” who “Saved” us all… how can a person believe he existed, and connect to who truly understand his messages if we hold a perception that he was too good to be true, we live in a reality and are all very capable of discerning lies & untruths. So when lies and untruths are spilled after Yeshua we then deny his whole existence and that is a pity because we rob ourselves from the magnificent connection you describe here.
Thank you Beverly, I really enjoyed reading this, and I noted I felt I was being held by you in the same way you expressed about Jesus. As Jesus said, we would do all he did and far greater, he was the beauty that love and equality can be in brotherhood, and the equal power of love we all hold.
Great observation Melinda, and are we not all living in the same capacity?
We can never underestimate the power of love, it is our true and most natural way.
We are love, so it is wise to live that love, ‘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.’
Living the love that we innately are brings a delicateness and power in every move we make.
Moving in a way that is gentle, or delicate feels far more loving and beautiful for all.
Our words have to come from a lived-wisdom as is the teaching of The Way of The Livingness, otherwise it is just a reinterpretation. So with the energy of Truth being lived from our bodies we bless the words that we express, and this is when we live that Truth as Jesus did.
Building a body of love, holds us in good stead for whatever life may bring and even if we do wobble and fall we know exactly where to return to. Sure, solid, knowing.
Building a body of love gives us a great foundation to go out into the world from.
When we rush and push our way through our day the ripple effects of the way we move can impose on others – but when we move in a way that is gentle we don’t.
So beautiful to have this to come back to Beverley. In building a body of love through our Livingness we are able to live the light of our Soul, in full power of all we innately are.
Learning to live with Love as has always been presented and always seems to come up against a spirit who is identified by a self or selfish approach and thus creates a way of existence that includes all the True words without the True energy that comes from within our essence so that we have access to the “amazing love that I have found within myself.”
Because the teachings of Master Jesus have been so bastardised by the Church. the vast majority of people have been denied the truth of what he taught.
I also feel this connection as you describe Beverley. That is also why I have Da Vinci’s the Last Supper in my office so I connect to his beholding energy.
There have been many great world teachers throughout the eons with Serge Benhayon being the current one. Reading this I remember clearly the connection I had when I was growing up with Jesus (Yeshua) well it was many that I could feel were very present and I knew them well but they were not on this plane of life and instead of nurturing this connection I disconnected!!! However, now I am re-connecting this relationship with myself and others I know to be true and allowed myself to feel this while walking to day. It felt really beautifull because with this what I got to understand more is there is zero control here but instead it is all about surrendering and listening to my inner heart.
When I first heard about Jesus from Christianity, every part of me was saying ‘hang on a minute, this guy doesn’t exist’ but years and years later when I heard Serge Benhayon talk about Jesus, I felt I knew him intimately and I felt he was just like you and me.