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22gigantes.com - "My name is Mary. I come from Magdala. Well, actually, I come from a lot more than Magdala, but the time I walked on Earth, the time you heard about, I was born in Magdala. I come from a much greater place than that, however, and so do you." Travel through the ages and hear reflections on love, life, and one of the greatest stories of all time from one of the most amazing women of all time. Mary Magdalene offers us insight into her life with Yeshua (Jesus), and gives her perspective on the events that occurred then, and on up to our present day. Mary and Yeshua were very special, as we all are very special. They were very awake beings - very aware of the connection of all life and the divinity within, but these attributes are available to us all. Through the lyrical, poetic, passionate, sometimes funny, always heart-centered unfolding of her story, Mary reminds us how to access these qualities to create a beautiful life for each one of us and all of us - the life she and Yeshua lived.
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Most helpful customer reviews 1 of 1 people found the following review helpful. A new twist on an old tale By p.j. lazos I love books that retell a story in a way you would never imagine. Want to see every story you’ve ever read about Mary Magdalene turned on its head? Then put judgment aside and read Mary’s Message by Ann Crawford, the reimagining of what Yeshua’s life would have been like if Mary Magdalen had been his wife. In Mary’s Message, Mary is a priestess of the high temple practiced in the art of love and alchemy (could be why the Bible refers to her as a prostitute), a gifted teacher (could be why the Apostles had a beef with her), an energy healer and medicine woman (had she been born centuries later they would have burned her at the stake), and a positive thinker all wrapped up together in a powerhouse of a package, a woman in control of her thoughts and emotions and hence her reality, a woman worthy of being the mate of Yeshua ben Yosef, more commonly referred to as Jesus. I was entranced by the possible alternatives to the Bible stories and intrigued by how Crawford married the feminine nature to what has until this time been a strictly masculine-defined and patriarchal view of that time period of Yeshua’s life.The way Crawford describes it — and since none of us were alive at the time, why bother disputing it — Yeshua and Mary Magdalene lived together in the temple where Magdalene lived and taught. When the time came, she went out on the road with him, assisting hm in preaching what would later become the Gospels. They were essential components of each other’s personalities, their marriage the intertwining of the feminine and masculine to form a complete unit through the bonds of matrimony, and as such, they instructed, supported and empowered each other and those around them. They evolved together, becoming stronger through the gestalt of the relationship rather than as separate entities, and the benefits of their union continued long after Yeshua “died” and was “resurrected.”The story follows along with all the high points of Yeshua’s life as depicted in the Bible, but touchstones for that period in time is where the similarities end and many of the events such as Yeshua’s death are told with a very different spin. Moreover, while Yeshua had the utmost respect for Mary, her abilities, and point of view, the rest of the people alive at the time, and to some degree the Apostles, considered women as little more than chattel. This made the story all the more interesting to read as Mary and Yeshua navigated their interpersonal relationship while still maintaining a place in the larger community with its masculine-dominated mores and opinions.If your Christianity is of the fundamental variety then Mary’s Message may not be the book for you, especially given the deep metaphysical and eastern religion tenets that run throughout. But if you can put aside preconceived notions and be open to a familiar story told in a brand new way then give Mary’s Message a look. 1 of 1 people found the following review helpful. Mary is a great woman to get to know. By Elisabeth Crawford Reading this wonderful book is like having a long, passionate conversation with one of the most intriguing women in history. She tells her personal story of her love for Yeshua in rich, compelling detail. It's easy to see them on the dusty streets, in the crowds that gather, in their love and devotion to each other in the face of the forces all around them. And we also see what it was like to be at home together. But Mary doesn't only reflect on their brief time together. She has been around a long time now, and regards us, and our history since, with great affection and sympathy, and humor at times, but with a gentle but firm message about where we need to go from here. Mary is a great woman to get to know. 0 of 0 people found the following review helpful. A lovely book with a lovely message By Farhan I. Ali I really was moved by this book. I loved the message, of course, but I also enjoyed how the story humanized the (dare, I say it) stale story. I found myself tearing up during Mary's account of Yeshua's tribulations and death. Why don't we always tear up hearing that horrific tale?My favorite touching moment -- Mary's thought to come back as a Palestinian or Israeli woman, breaking bread with the "other", possibly being killed, and coming back again and again until their bread-breaking becomes a celebration. Lovely.And I loved the last line. I'm a sucker for good last lines and this book had one. See all 5 customer reviews...
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