The Birth of Christ Consciousness
December is a time of love, sharing and caring for our fellow beings on this planet. It can be a time where we reflect on the path of our life and perhaps birth a new direction. A sacred season, to go inward to realize the God within, whether it is with prayer, meditation, quiet time or through reading inspirational books. In these moments, we realize our own divinity, unity and power that reside in us and is us.
We are divine. A spark of the divine is inherent in each of us. God is with us, whether we awaken to the fact now or later in life. Through this knowledge, consciousness, the expression of the mind working through the brain expands as we begin to understand this element of ourselves. Expanded consciousness leads to growth. Through growth we evolve and raise our vibration to the next level. As we begin to acknowledge our divinity, we can change the direction of our life. Coming from a conscious place instead of from the ego we begin to see ourselves at one with the world and its inhabitants.
Being at one with our body and mind, at one with all peoples and at one with Mother Nature gives us a sense of peace and well-being. We no longer need to “fight against” a certain idea, certain people or even ourselves and our body. We do not need to “fight” a disease, but awaken to the understanding as to why the “dis-ease” has become a part of our life. Thanking it and learning from it. In this place of unity, or oneness with life we can “with ease” travel through adversity. This gives us a sense of power, one that does not stem from the ego but from the heart or consciousness.
Knowing that all beings have this divine light in them¸ that we journey together as one and as we expand our consciousness and raise our vibration we expand together, moving the planet ever forward to reach this enlightened state, this state of peace. Jesus, Buddha, Mohammad, Moses and others showed us the way.
So I say to you, “glory to God in the highest, and on earth peace, goodwill toward men.” (Luke 2:14).
Love, "with a heart of peace,"
Susan J. McFarland