ot because I was raised in a Christian tradition; even before the age of seven, I didn’t believe much of what I was taught about Christianity. Most of the Christian religion I took to be the creation of people, especially politicians. After all, Christianity was appropriated by the Roman Empire. If it had not been, it may never have become a major religion at all.
But the Christ Light would still exist and be available. It just might not be called the “Christ” Light. But it seems to have existed long before the life of Jesus, perhaps even forever before. Jesus was clear enough to allow this light to flow through him, into the world.
From what I see in the akasha, the medium of all space, time, and matter, the Christ Light serves many worlds throughout the universe as a force for relationship and connection. It expresses unity, forgiveness, compassion, equality, peace, and devotion.
In the Presence of the Christ Light, we feel absolutely loved and loving.
The Christ Light excludes no one and nothing.
This is what Christmas is about for me. It is a special celebration of this light, and gratitude for those who are able to receive it and transmit it in the world to others and all creation.