Questions about Jesus

QUESTION: Masters, was Jesus a real incarnated human being? Was he really the only human son of God? Aren’t we all sons and daughters of God? Did Jesus’ sacrificial death truly absolve/cleanse the sins of all Christians? If so why do we have to “believe” to make it apply to us? If this karma cleansing were a fact, wouldn’t it be automatic? Was Jesus truly born of a virgin? Did Jesus truly come back to life and walk about the earth as a normal flesh and blood human after he had already been dead for several days? ~Christina, USA

ANSWER: The soul that you know as Jesus incarnated and spent a life, under that name, on the Earth. Using other names you might recognize, he has also had other lives on the planet. His soul is the same as all other souls, yours and ours included.

To call someone a son or a daughter you must first have a condition in which there is a dichotomy of sexes, such as on Earth. However, in the energetic phase of the soul, there is no sexual distinction. Sex is merely something that is selected in order to have various experiences when incarnate.

The concept of God implies a belief in a supreme being who is in control and makes all the decisions for your time on Earth, and judges your performance while you are there. God is something outside of yourself and not connected to you. All souls are pieces of Source, who comprises all that exists. We are all descendants, since we were broken off from Source, but we have the same abilities as our origin.

“Sin” is a term that has been used to mean evil, incorrect, or wrong behavior, or within Christianity to mean failure to follow God’s rules. We would ask you: do you believe that it is possible to absolve something that has not yet been done or even thought of? This concerns the beliefs that various religions want you to hold in order to be a part of their congregation. It varies from organization to organization. It also is completely third dimensional, or of the Earth, because that is the only place where negativity exists.

Most of the “truths” you are speaking of, which have been adopted in Christianity and some forms of Islam, came third- or fourth-hand from mostly illiterate people who wanted miracles and redemption built upon the beliefs others convinced them to hold. Does any of it really matter? Know that a soul can accomplish any of the things that were spoken of because it is all-powerful, all-magnificent, all-knowing, and all-creative. But that goes for all souls, not just the one known as Jesus.