“Jesus, contrary to what you think, did not feel any physical or moral pain. He knew well what was going to happen to him and what human beings were going to do to him.
He had the possibility of not experiencing the crucifixion. Why did he go through with it? To leave the impregnation of his experience in the consciousness of human beings and also to leave the impregnation of his Love and of the gift of himself.
Do you think that a Being like Jesus who was more than an immense Initiated, did not have the possibility of speaking to his body to remove all suffering? Of course, he is represented carrying his cross; this is an image. Whether he did it or not is not important! He experienced that to leave an image! However, you, human beings, only see the somber image, that of the crucifixion, you do not see the extraordinary Being that he was!
How is he represented in your churches? With a crown of thorns on his head and blood flowing on his forehead. This is not the representation that he wanted! He wanted to be represented as a Being who was resuscitated.
Once again, human beings have made mistakes.
If in the churches they showed Jesus as glorious and surrounded by Light, this would give beings the courage to become much more luminous and to follow him, but the power of religions made it so that his suffering was shown and not the beauty of his gesture of Love that he made for men.
Therefore Jesus felt no suffering! The only thing that he may have felt is the pain of human beings who had not understood, whereas he had tried to explain to them what Love is, notably during the Sermon on the Mount, and of course during many other sermons. He had tried to form (and he did so) his “ministers”, his representatives.
What has been done with all that he inculcated in men? Limiting religions that have somewhat destroyed one another, and who continue to destroy themselves, religions that have not connected men but divided them!
However all was useful to allow men to have the discernment and to go beyond what is said in the religions. We are not saying that such and such a religion is false, we are saying that all is good for evolving, even the worst things that you could be living through right now.
Therefore, all is good for growing, for knowing what you want, for positioning yourself and to know what you no longer want; we are not speaking about what you do not want but about what you no longer want.”