Beloved one, the first thing when you wake up in the morning, thank the body for being with you, being your servant for that day. Thank the breath as you take it in, before you start thinking about, “What do I have to do today? What’s on the schedule? What day is it? Where do I go? What do I do?”
Beloved one, when I gave forth what is now known as The Lord’s Prayer, it was to be an example, a framework upon which you would weave your own prayer. I began it with Our Father, for it was in the day and time when the father was understood to be the head of the household.
We have spoken of the value of love, and you know the expanded feeling when you have fallen in love with someone and there is no one else in the world who turns your light on so brightly, makes you come alive, as that one person who allows you to feel totally alive, totally valued, with the smile on the face and the smile in the heart.
To breathe in is the first thing that you do at birth into human form—or as the fourfooted, as well—and to breathe out is the last thing that you do when you are laying down the body and moving into the true form of the energy of Light.
I wish to speak with you now about your preparation for Christmas. And you are saying, “Well, yes, I know, I have a whole list of people I have to buy presents for and people who I want to send a Christmas greeting to; and yes, there’s going to be a lot of preparation, because I have some decorations I want to put up in the house and the lights outside, etc.”
Beloved one, I have called you. I have called you by a name which you recognize from a long, long time ago. The name that you are is Christ. You are the Christ—the living, walking, breathing Christ Light.