The Birth of the Sun

Ann Torrence Photography

Three million miles is a lot. That’s how much closer we are to the sun at this otherwise “darkest” time of the year. Is it any wonder that our inner lights are amped up, shining brighter than in any other season?

We are used to making energy do what we want it to do. Etch a silicon wafer with an electronic circuit, string high-tension wires across the landscape, wrap copper around an iron core and spin it inside a magnetic field – mastering energy has changed the way we live. But have we learned to let energy master us?

Right now, our inner circuits are humming. Our powers of intuition and empathy are at their peak. The intelligence inherent in sunlight is in-forming the way we conduct our spiritual business – what we give and what we receive. This wave of altruism is landing on the roof of our skull and whooshing down the chimney of our spinal cord, bearing the gifts of the Spirit and lighting our inner world. What we do with our increased capacity will determine much of how our spiritual journey will unfold in the coming year.

The more we become aware of the Christ force within ourselves, the more we see it in others. More than religion, nationality, or ideology, this is what connects us. The light in you is the same as the light in me. And in this oneness lies the opportunity to give and receive love.

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4 Responses to The Birth of the Sun

  1. Michael Wilson says:

    That’s beautiful, man. Christmas cheer to you!

  2. Richard Distasi says:

    Michael, thank you for this very timely and wonderful message.

  3. Lenore Flanders says:

    … landing on the roof of our skull and whooshing down the chimney of our spinal cord, bearing the gifts of the Spirit … Michael, I really enjoyed this! Very good.

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