Jesus, His Religion - Alan Watts lecture

We must see Christ as the great mystic. In the proper sense of the word mystic. Not someone who has all sorts of magical powers, understands spirits and so on. A mystic, strictly speaking, is one who realises union with God, by whatever name. This seems to me the crux and message of the gospel.

Summed up in the prayer of Jesus that St. John records. As he speaks over his disciples praying, that they may be one, even as you Father and I are one. They may be all one.

All realise this divine sonship. Or oneness. Basic identity, eternal energy of the universe. And the love that moves the sun and other stars.