Channeling Mother Mary

Episode 167,   Apr 21, 11:39 PM

In this episode I share a private practice channeled session with Mother Mary and my friend Deborah. I hope you enjoy and find the information useful. 
Mother Mary, also known as the Virgin Mary or Blessed Virgin Mary, holds a central and revered role in Christianity, particularly within Catholicism and Eastern Orthodoxy. She is considered the mother of Jesus Christ, who is regarded as the Son of God in Christian theology. The New Testament provides accounts of Mary's life, particularly in the Gospels of Matthew, Luke, and John.

According to Christian tradition, Mary was a Jewish woman from Nazareth in the region of Galilee. She was betrothed to a man named Joseph when the archangel Gabriel appeared to her, announcing that she would conceive and bear a son by the power of the Holy Spirit. This event, known as the Annunciation, marks the beginning of the Incarnation, the belief that Jesus, as the Son of God, took on human form by being born of Mary.

Mary's pregnancy and the birth of Jesus in Bethlehem are central events in Christian belief, celebrated annually as part of the Christmas holiday. The Gospels describe Mary's role as Jesus' mother, emphasizing her faith, humility, and obedience to the will of God.

Mary is also present in accounts of Jesus' ministry, including his miracles and teachings. She is depicted as a supportive and devoted mother, following Jesus during his ministry and being present at significant moments, such as the Wedding at Cana, where Jesus performed his first miracle.

One of the most profound events in Mary's life within Christian tradition is her presence at the crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus. According to the Gospel of John, Jesus entrusted Mary to the care of the Apostle John while he was on the cross, symbolizing her role as a spiritual mother to all believers.

After Jesus' ascension into heaven, Mary is believed to have lived out the remainder of her life in prayer and contemplation. Catholic and Orthodox traditions hold that Mary was assumed bodily into heaven at the end of her earthly life, an event known as the Assumption.

Throughout Christian history, Mary has been venerated as a model of faith, purity, and motherly love. Devotion to Mary includes prayers, hymns, and feasts dedicated to her honor. She is often depicted in religious art, statues, and icons, symbolizing her role as the mother of Jesus and a spiritual intercessor for believers.