“I loved My humanity and I still love it. The human nature that the Father gave Me is eternal. I am fully man and fully God, always—likewise with Mary, Heavenly Mother of all men and women of all times.” Choose Only Love bk.3, 8:III
Jesus is giving us a reason not to turn against our humanity—because he hasn’t. He is saying that he is fully human and fully divine, just as traditional Christianity says.
Is it too much to realize that we too have a divine nature, a human nature as well as a divine one? Jesus has told us elsewhere that there is nothing he has that is unwelcome for us. We are equals (though he has walked farther ahead than have we). We are of the same nature.
Likewise, Jesus here brings in Mary, who is his soulmate. We will find as we read further in Choose Only Love that God too has a feminine nature. God is revealed as a God of both the masculine and the feminine. His nurturing manner is an aspect of the feminine, often more so than in the masculine.
So our human natures will be eternal also. Definitely we don’t want to denigrate the human by wishing for an otherworldly nature to the exclusion of the human.
Our divinity will inform our humanness. And then we will be fully whole.