Moment of Vision

Peter said to Mary: “Sister, we know that the Teacher loved you differently from other women. Tell us whatever you remember of any words he told you which we have not yet heard.”

Mary said to them: “I will now speak to you of that which has not been given to you to hear. I had a vision of the Teacher, and I said to him: ‘Lord I see you now in this vision.’

And he answered: ‘You are blessed, for the sight of me does not disturb you. There where is the nous, lies the treasure.’

Then I said to him: ‘Lord, when someone meets you in a Moment of vision, is it through the soul [psyche] that they see, or is it through the Spirit [Pneuma]?

The Teacher answered: ‘It is neither through the soul nor the spirit, but the nous between the two which sees the vision, and it is this which […]

The Gospel of Mary Magdalene, Jean-Yves Leloup


3 Replies to “Moment of Vision”

  1. May we regain the fullness and purity of our divine imagination through the Ruach Elohim, breath of God, the priceless sliver of eternity between soul and spirit that we can’t live without

  2. That breath sustains materiality from moment to moment. The inhalation/exhalation cycle is what the pundits call, for want of a better explanation, angular momentum. Meanwhile they have absolutely no explanation for why this angular momentum continues without slowing. The new physics will eventually have to include your “divine imagination.” At that time we will see the universe as the ubiquitous body of Christ, a living, breathing, loving, dreaming entity. We will then be participants on a higher plane.

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