Message of the Week: Jesus & Mary Magdalene’s Early Times Together

When Jesus was three years old and my Mary almost five, they met and played together. It was a wondrous delight to see them together and witness their joy and playfulness.

We regretted they could not be together more often, but we understood the reasons for all this, both internally and socially.

Whenever they were together, all of Life shone more brightly around. They radiated their souls’ energy so profoundly that the air around them was quite charged, and everything seemed more alive and youthful.

Those were special times. We did our best, the other Mary and I, to cloak their privacy from others, that they might have this freedom, this joy of being together, for its own right and to help sustain them in the future. It might have helped them trust their togetherness too, when illusions of separation were presented to them.

But all that was in the future. In this time, their elation in playing together fed our own souls mightily. Whenever I remember those times, I feel that youthful vibrancy and aliveness, that crashing of souls together in glorious frequencies, the magnificence of their purest love.

Reprinted with permission from The Third Mary: 55 Messages for Empowering Truth, Peace and Grace from the Mother of Mary Magdalene, copyright 2014, Roslyn McGrath.

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