Christmas is typically a time of fun, family, and gifts. But what does it mean to the awakened soul? When material things matter less than the overall awakening of the planet; and you would rather see love being displayed then receiving all the gifts in the world.
There comes a time when you begin to awaken and realize that you are not the only one in the world, you are a giver and you want to commune with likeminded folk. Instead of going to another meaningless Christmas parties with people you only associate with at work and if truth be told, don’t even like; go spread some joy with sick children or at the nursing home where folks don’t get many visitors.
Christmas to me is a time of reflection, love, and forgiveness. To truly encourage another soul that they need to forgive and live in a state of allowing is a gift that keeps on giving. To be on the forefront of the movement to grow your mind and heal your body is an undertaking that woke folks take on.
It’s not about who can throw the most awesome party or who can dress up in the ugliest sweater or buy the most gifts. The love factor will cause you to shun those types of events. It will make you step back from the typical celebrations and embrace the real you. The person that you rarely show to the world; the one who loves to stay grounded, meditate and find new ways to be a blessing to mankind is who you aspire to become.
So many people have need of God’s presence in the form of a human at this time of the year because people are hurting. They miss relatives who have transitioned this life and long to speak to them. They have relationships that are in trouble because someone needs to forgive.
When we can step into the glory that is our birthright and realize that it’s not about getting the most expensive gift and teach our young ones the same then we cross over into a new dimension. We inspire the next generation to care more deeply, love more completely and forgive more easily.
Christmas has me thinking of the legacy I want to leave for my family. To leave a legacy of caring, compassion, forgiveness, and love is what I strive to do. Sharing this philosophy is what we were all born to do even if we are not aware of it.
Consider what Christmas means to you. Do you go all out and spend money you don’t have to satisfy people you can’t stand? Or do you go out and help people who need help. Do you go and give people encouragement that otherwise might do something they regret? There are so many people on a bridge, where they can go back to what they know or they can go across the bridge and get to the other side. Will you answer the call to help at Christmas time?