The Mythological Messiah and its Mystical Qualities

I suggest that the mythology of messianism points to qualities of the mystical experience and the awakening of the true Self identity in nondual consciousness.

The Mystical “Messiah” in the World’s Traditions

Many traditions have a messiah who is thought will come to redeem them and the world. There is perhaps a mystical interpretation of this messianism.

The Compassion of the Christ-Buddha-Atman-Al-Insān al-Kāmil-Messiah-Zhenren-Tirthankara

The Christ-Buddha-Atman-Al-Insān al-Kāmil-Messiah-Zhenren-Tirthankara "suffers with," or has com-passion on, all other beings, because it sees in others a reflection of its Self. Others become a mirror of its Self. What you do to others, you do to Me. It looks out on the world, and all it sees is its true Self—everywhere it looks—in the [...]

The many "Christs" and "Messiahs" that preceded Jesus

And, what many may not know, there were many "Christs" who came prior to Jesus, and who were not Jesus, nor do I think they were prefiguring or foreshadowing Jesus. They were the "Christs" in their own right, who came in their own time, who developed what it meant to be a "Christ" or "Messiah" in ancient Israel long before the word was ever applied to Jesus. I think it may be helpful to become acquainted with these "Christs/Messiahs" to better understand who Jesus was.

John 1 BHT, The One

An addition to the BHT, the first chapter of John which talks about the One from which all of reality has emerged, and of which all of reality is.