The name "Jesus" is derived from an Aramaic (ancient Hebrew) word, Yeshua, which means "savior." Thus, the original use of this term is as an honorific title, such as "rabbi." The central personage of Christianity is called Jesus Christ, but this is not his birth name, it is an acquired title. Very little is known amongst the masses of the true details of his life, save that he appeared on Earth some two thousand years ago and ignited a flame that few comprehend or embody. His teachings are most known in the Gospels of the New Testament Bible, but are also present in The Pistis Sophia and a variety of other texts.
"Wherever we direct our attention, we spend creative energy. We can save creative energy if we divide attention, if we do not become identified with things, people, and ideas. When we become identified with things, people, and ideas, we then forget our Self and lose creative energy in the most pitiful way. It is essential to know that we need to save creative energy in order to awaken the consciousness, and that the creative energy is the living potential, it is the vehicle of the consciousness, it is the instrument in order to awaken the consciousness."