Forsake History’s Depiction of Women, and Balance the Energies
Forsake History’s Depiction of Women, and Balance the Energies Higher Self through Carolyn Gervais
Mary Magdalene was mysterious, mystical, and much more. As the subject of considerable controversy for centuries, she has been called a prostitute, an epileptic healed by Jesus, a financial supporter of Jesus’s spiritual mission, his wife, his disciple, his Apostle, a sinner, and a saint.
Since the beginning of humankind, women have been viewed as the weaker of the two sexes. As the consciousness on Earth has somewhat evolved, people are realizing that power and strength are not just about how much muscle a person has or how threatening he or she can be. When Jesus the Christ was teaching the gospel of God, most men viewed women as dark forces of temptation, Satan’s temptresses. Temptation comes through an ego that controls the five traditional senses. No one can tempt a person to do anything he or she doesn’t want to do; however, a person can be tempted to do anything he or she wants to do. Temptation on an earthly level is more often than not used to blame someone or something to avoid taking personal responsibility.
Many theologians have speculated that Mary Magdalene was a trusted companion of Jesus, and some have pointed out that she was labeled a prostitute to discredit her importance. On the higher levels of consciousness, Mary Magdalene was and is a powerful symbol of balanced feminine and masculine energy, a combination that will continue to seek balance inside human forms and minds that are willing to do so, in your world and your cosmos as long as you incarnate.