Becoming Masters of Our Souls

In this “Good Word from The Book of The Jesuin,” the passage we’re looking at is Jesuin chapter 8 verse 12: “Let us be masters of our souls, always bringing it unto quietness and stillness, being mindful to resist all noise and distraction within and without, removing all hindrances and dark clouds in order that we may discern unhindered and perceive with clarity, and thereby see and know the light of Oneness.”

The Book of the Jesuin shares a remarkable vision woven within an inspiring story that presents a believable—indeed an acceptable—tale of the man known as Jesus.

Written in chapter-and-verse style, and grounded in both rational inquiry and spiritual insight, The Book of the Jesuin asserts that the Christian Gospels are contrived myths which obscured the real man Jesus, but that they nonetheless contain clues by which his true identity and message can be uncovered. Drawing on those clues, the Book then shares the story called The Acceptable Tale of Jesus of Galilee which proposes a far more plausible series of events whereby the real man Jesus actually survived his crucifixion thanks to a daring and unexpected rescue, and then as a result abandoned his original apocalyptic mission after awakening to a glorious new vision for the restoration of human dignity in which he reveals the very purpose of all humankind and how to achieve it.