The Healing Power of Grasses from The Essenes
Often in these pages, we talk about visible light and how it drives various energy transfer mechanisms of our planet, thus sustaining organic life. Wheatgrass is, of course, one of the most direct sources of this 'captured' sunlight. Some religious and philosophical systems suggest that there are even more subtle forms of light feeding us at levels we are not normally aware of but that are just important as the ones we are familiar with. The Essene Gospel of Peace Book Four is one of the most profound of these sources of knowledge about the mystery of light. In less that 35 pages of translation, Edmund Bordeaux Szekely paints a picture of the universe so profound that we can only wonder . . .
Within the grass, there are energies within energies that feed not only our physical bodies but our spiritual bodies as well. Our finer bodies need finer food, the miracle being the unfired, enzyme rich chlorophyll from the grasses contains within it and provides to us these finer energies for our higher being bodies. As Christ says to his students in The Essene Gospel of Peace- Book Four, "But now I will speak to you of the mysterious things, for I tell you truly, the humble grass hide its glory under its coat of humble green, and the Sons of Men walk on it, plough it, feed it to their beasts, but know not what secrets are hidden within it."
What secrets does Jesus Christ intimate within the humble grass? He tells us that the grass is the connecting point between many different energies and attributes of the creation we find ourselves in. He says "...there is a Holy Stream of Life which gave birth to Earthly Mother and all her angels. Invisible is this stream of life to the eyes of the Sons of Men, for they walk in darkness..." Christ tells his students that there is a 'Stream of Life' from which all springs, and that humans cannot see this form of energy in their present level of development. He tells us that we intentionally separated ourselves for the Tree of Life. "And then did the Son of Man sever the golden threads that bound him to his Earthly Mother and his Heavenly Father; he stepped from the Holy Stream of Life where his body, his thought, his feelings were one with the Law, and began to uses only his own thoughts, his own feelings and his own deeds, making hundreds of laws, where before there was only One.
He tells us of the need to find Peace within and without before we can progress spiritually. He talks of cleansing the body, mind and heart, and, in so doing, becoming rightfully aligned with Mother Earth. To cleanse and purify the body, mind, and heart. He offers a Way to those who will cleave to the Tree of Life. One of the important components of the 'Way' includes using grasses. He does not suggest only the drinking of the juices of the grasses to cleanse and feed the body. He suggests something more profound in the relationship and connection of human beings and the plants of the earth.
What is the great secret he offers us in relation to the power of the grasses to give us more that just 'food for the body'? Christ says to his students, "Here is the secret, Sons of Light: here in the humble grass. Here is the meeting place of the Earthly Mother and the Heavenly Father; here is the Stream of Life which gave birth to all Creation; I tell you truly, only to the Son of Man is it given to see and hear and touch the Stream of Life which flows between the Earthly and Heavenly Kingdoms. Place your hands around the tender grass of the Angel of Earth, and you will see and hear and touch the power in the humble grass."
And when the Son of Man has become purified and is able to use the finer foods of the grasses, what then will his role be? Again, Christ tells the group gathered near him "When the Sons of Light are one with the Stream of Life, then will the power of the blades of grass guide them to the everlasting kingdom of the Heavenly Father... the heavenly kingdoms are crossed and crossed again and again by streams of golden light, arching far beyond the dome of the sky and having no end. And the Sons of Light shall travel these streams forever, knowing not death, guided by the eternal love of the Heavenly Father."
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