Be Forewarned, I am a Fey and Quixotic Creative Writer

Be Forewarned, I am a Fey and Quixotic Creative Writer
And in the End was the Word, Amy's Word

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Thursday, March 26, 2015

Me and Jesus

There might be people of the Christian faith that think that I am not a true Christian.  Here is a possible dialogue.

Amy, you have mentioned that you communicate with a muse and a guardian angel.  What about Jesus?  He is supposed to be the focus of your faith if you are a true Christian.

Well, I have heard it said that if you hear God talking to you then you a crazy nut.  "What if you misunderstand and do something under God's direction that is violent?"  This is why I have been reluctant to admit that I talk to Jesus and he replies.  In my experience, he is not accessible at all times.  A few weeks back he would enter my stuffed lion at 6 pm and visit with me though that medium.  He gives me encouragement.  People are thought to be crazy nuts by the science community which won't permit someone who has a two way relationship with God to be thought of as sane.

Amy, why would he take the time for you?

He knows that I went through a tough time last year.  He and the angels and saints want me to stay calm and not get "sick," in a way that attracts public attention.  Because I have an experience of reality that is not like other peoples, many would like to label me a defective. (some might consider this blog entry "sick")  I feel guided and protected by the family of God.  Others, though, since I have a diagnosis, think my experience is imaginary or fabricated.  The time I spent alone away from my family was actually necessary.  I was a hermit.  Hermits seek God and find God.  The hermitage allowed my mind to be calm enough to hear God and the spirits who commune with me.

I pray the Rosary daily, once again. With that practice comes the visualization of the mysteries.  This is actually a time travel exercise.  I am with him through his sufferings and joys.  I try to make it to daily Mass as well.

I would not say that I am a perfect Christian.  I have been rebellious and impure, stubborn and disbelieving. (my time in the wilderness. ) Many years ago I learned a prayer to say when one awakens, "all for thee O Sacred Heart of Jesus".  I try, that is all I can do.

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