Full of grace
The Lord is with Thee
Blessed art thou amongst women
and blessed is the fruit of Thy womb, Jesus
Holy Mary, Mother of God
Pray for us sinners
Now and at the hour of our death
PRAYER WORKS! GOD LOVES YOU! MARY LOVES YOU!
The Hail Mary is one of the sweetest and loveliest prayers ever written. It asks that we connect with the Divine Mother in the form of Mary, mother of Jesus, one of the divine masters of history. We honor this divine soul, and we ask that She pray for all of us who are imperfect.
When we pray for others, the Universe prays for us. When we seek intercession, we are saying to God, “I invite all the help I can get!” When you pray the Hail Mary earnestly and softly, you will open your heart and merge with the divine, even if only for a moment.
By praying the Hail Mary, you awaken your inner feminine, and you request that the eternal loving and nurturing masters bless, envelop, and protect you.
Remember that in your times of need, God is holding your hand and helping you evolve. It’s for this reason that we accept all challenges and goodness as blessings. As we evolve, expand, and liberate, we help others to do the same.
You are a beautiful aspect of this Universe. God created you to experience Herself through your eyes. It is an honor to have this life. You need not be perfect. You need not be happy. One must only be eager to hope and love with abandon. The rest will flow according to God’s grace.
Who Was Mary, Mother Of Jesus?
Mary was the wife of Joseph the carpenter, born into the Hebrew faith. Mary was also the Mother of Jesus, “Yeshua of Nazareth. ” It is believed that Mary conceived and gave birth to Jesus through a divine, virgin, “immaculate” conception.
Mary is an embodiment of The Divine Mother, the eternal feminine force who continues to bless and nurture all of creation. She merged with the divine upon accepting the role of Mother of Jesus. From there, she lived a holy and spiritually enriching life.
Amma, known as The Hugging Saint, and Mother Meera are known to be born as The Divine Mother.
Guan Yin, the Buddhist goddess, is also said to be a manifestation of The Divine Mother. And there are many others! We are so blessed!
Remember that you were born from love. It is your nature. Love yourself so that you can then love and serve others. This is the only path. You can do it!
Aside from saying the Hail Mary to Jesus’s mother, there are other Mary’s to pay attention to. The other important Mary in Jesus’s life is Mary Magdelene, one of His first disciples. She was also known as Mary of Magdala. Following Jesus’s death, Mary is believed to have traveled through the world sharing the teachings and gospels of Jesus. In the Gnostic gospels, the writings rarely included in the bible, it is understood that Jesus saw Mary as the most spiritually advanced member of his early church. She was to be the next container and teacher in his lineage. While Jesus and Mary may also have been lovers and partners, and may have birthed children together, the most important aspect here is that Jesus saw Mary as an equal.
THE DIVINE MOTHER
There are many stories of The Divine Mother appearing throughout human history. In Hinduism, there are spiritual masters and avatars who come to live their lives as human beings. Amma, The Hugging Saint, is known as the Divine Mother, as are Mother Meera and Sri Anandamayi Ma. There have been many throughout time who have taken human form to teach, heal, and illuminate the world.
In Hindu, Egyptian, and other teachings, far more ancient than Christianity, there are many instances of virgin births, including:
Plato: Many Greeks believed that his mother Perictione was a virgin who mated with the Gods to produce Plato, an enlightened man who would illuminate society.
Huitzilopochtli: In Mexico, this spirit is known to be the God of War who was conceived by a virgin mother.
Rama: His mother conceived him by drinking a sacred potion that was delivered to her by the god Vishnu.
Jason: Son to the known virgin Persephone, later killed by Zeus.
Hina: A Tahitian goddess who conceived her child by walking under leaves that were being entranced and moved by God.
Silvia: She was the wife of Septimius Marcellus. Her procreation partner was said to be the god Mars.
Kneph: As a disembodied and holy spirit, the god Kneph is said to have impregnated a precious virgin by holding a mystical cross near to her mouth.
Attis: Born from his mother, the virgin Nana, he is the Phrygian god.
THE DIVINE SELF
Remember that all divine Beings came to this planet to enlighten and inform us of our potential. You are unlimited in every direction. There is nothing holding you back except your mind. Release the mind and dive within, seeking only divine bliss.
You are a lovely spark of light. Allow yourself to embrace this aspect of yourself. Allow yourself to love yourself. Allow, allow, allow. When we bow to the divine in ourselves and others, we honor all of creation.
Stay positive, choose happiness, and always reach toward the light!