Jesus’ Secret Mission

by Owen K Waters

As people’s consciousness rises, it becomes more difficult for the church to convince people that they should be filled with guilt. For centuries, the church has used guilt to gain control over people and actually, in times of lower consciousness, that was probably for the best.

Let’s face it, if the average medieval villager would use the slightest excuse to start looting and plundering, they really did need someone to maintain order with an iron hand. It was even worse in the time of Jesus. If a wandering tribe wandered into the wrong place, the locals would attack and try to slaughter them. Brotherly love was not the fashion in those days.

Jesus stepped into that less-than-friendly era to inspire an upgrade in consciousness from a society where order was maintained by force to one based on heart-centered kindness. Two thousand years later, we may not be there yet, but enormous progress has been made. And, here we are, passing through this critical era of The Shift to higher consciousness.

The evolution of intelligence in the universe is planned and protected by the Creator. Within the universe, the third aspect of the Creative Trinity takes the form of what might be called Lords of Karma. These are massive fields of consciousness, greater in size even than galaxies. They knew that we would have the opportunity to go through The Shift to higher consciousness today, and they also saw a huge barrier standing in our way.

At the time of Jesus, the predator-like misbehavior of humanity was building karmic pressure for another major setback, a global disaster similar in scale to the Biblical flood which had occurred thousands of years before.

The church teaches that Jesus intervened and died for the sins of humanity, but they don’t teach the metaphysical knowledge of how that was done. Here it is.

There is an ancient yogic initiation available to advanced spiritual masters. It involves a technique which may be no great secret, but it wouldn’t be of much use in the hands of the average ordinary human anyway. Here’s why.

If you read about the Hawkins scale of consciousness in my book, The Shift: The Revolution in Human Consciousness, you will recall that everyone contributes to the condition of the global mind atmosphere. A very high frequency of consciousness by one advanced person can compensate for the effect of millions of people of low-frequency, depressive states of consciousness. That’s because higher frequencies have proportionately greater effect than lower frequencies.

This advanced yogic technique uses the same principle, but in a much more powerful way. With it, the master can take the karmic burden of others upon themselves. Jesus died a horrible death while deliberately siphoning off the destructive karma of humanity, saving civilization from being set back thousands of years.

He knew that this was his mission and he knew the terrible suffering he would have to endure. He played a politically inflaming role knowing that it would lead to conditions where his sacrifice became a reality.

Yes, he suffered to save humanity from its sins but is it fair to berate church congregations with such a guilt-inducing message? Not any more.

The Church that rose upon the teachings of Jesus is decades behind schedule in upgrading their message to fit today’s new consciousness. It is no longer appropriate to put down kind-hearted people that could be in their congregations – the very people who are the hope of the world. A guilt-filled lack of self worth is so very yesterday. Today, people need to raise their hearts and minds to inspire the global mind atmosphere.

We have the power to transform the entire planet with our love and light.

Let us always remember that we are here today, living in comparative ease and freedom, able to make The Shift to higher consciousness thanks to the enormous sacrifice made by Jesus two thousand years ago.


Christian mysticism is a wonderful way to help Christians move forward with spiritually self-empowering information. If only there had been such material easily available in my youth.

As a child, Sunday mornings would see my mother playing the church organ and me as a choirboy stuck in the choir stalls. Apparently, it was easier to keep an eye on me there.

The vicar used to routinely accuse the congregation of being miserable sinners, but I can’t say I listened much. As a soon-to-be mystic, my thoughts tended to be elsewhere.

Now, if the vicar had been a Christian mystic, his sermons would have been worth listening to. But, what can you expect. That was the early 1960s and the church was still peddling the guilt-and-control agenda that had worked so well for many centuries.

Today, for those interested in Christian mysticism, fascinating material can be just a mouse-click away.

One of today’s leading Christian mystics, Brian Longhurst, had just released a new book called, Entering the Kingdom Within.

This insightful work radiates the love of Jesus from its wonderfully-written pages and brings a long-awaited breath of life to true Christianity.

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8 thoughts on “Jesus’ Secret Mission

  1. Carla van Raay

    There are, I am sure, Owen, many priests and others in the hierarchy of the church who would be open to this broadening of their perspective. It might be different with the church’s Curia and cardinals whose job it is to protect the status quo, but hey, what could they do when their entire body corporate starts being compassionate instead of guilt-inducing?
    Here’s to the vision and mission of Jesus finally getting to the world!

  2. Rob Wold

    Thanks for providing a most powerful summary about the mission of this great entity. We need to confront our own demons, those incidents where we have caused harm and those where other’s have harmed ourselves, and find the genuine spirit of forgiveness so that our buttons can no longer be triggered by the tactic of guilt. My assumption is also that, as we achieve higher states of being, living all the time in a higher range of ‘frequency’, we also manage not to judge so much.
    The above practice of looking into our past is made nearly impossible by the Western practices which do not recognize the existence of any past lives, however, it can still be achieved to allow us to see thousands of ‘years’ into our past to regain our bearings and once more see our mission.
    I often think of the words of a truly gifted US Navy Admiral named Hoover who let us know that…”the big secret is just how powerful humans really are.” And that refers directly to the theme of your ongoing metaphysical series. Thanks again. In Light and Love…

  3. Borje Melin

    Thanks, Owen for sharing your gift of clarity once again. I have never had a problem with Jesus. For me too it was the contrived and heavy handed message of religious guilt that never rang true with me as a child – nor since. Your article helpfully validates Jesus’ mission by extricating it from the realms of guilt and control.

  4. Valencia Morton

    There is a book called, Jesus and Mastership: The Gospel According to Jesus of Nazareth, that, i believe, basically tells of Jesus’ initiation and preparation for his mission here on earth. The book is found at website. The information shared in this particular article seem to coincide with the information in this wonderful book. Jesus channeled his message through a wonderful messenger named Judith Coates.

  5. Carla van Raay

    Hi Owen, I was reading this again and wondered what is meant by the phrase you used:

    ‘ Jesus died a horrible death while deliberately siphoning off the destructive karma of humanity.’

    My question is: how does dying a horrible death syphon off karma? What are the dynamics involved here?

    Thank you!

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