Thursday, December 26, 2013

The Twelve Days of Christmas- Third Night

  • On the third night comes the Holy Spirit

On the third night we return with our experience now of the Holy Trinity in action - as it works within our own personal creation - as the Holy Spirit inspires and divines the fresh life destined to be manifest.

Without the Holy Spirit we would be continually given over to ennui, and though nights one and two carry a certain measure of peace in the experience, this same peace now becomes also a supportive strength, enabling us to travel further upon the vitality of this mighty moving Spirit now known. (Three French Hens - the Trinity.)

So we have had our being sustained etherically, and then we have had our consciousness enlivened by our Christ as He examines all about us, and now through Him we can see also our Father's Divine Will as it motivates our life, the etheric life and all other life besides. Our chief concern on this night to contemplate is our own will and drive and fervor in the world. We may anticipate a sense of personal motivation becoming clarified within us. And wake to feel the spirit within us!

1 comment:

888 said...

We invite the untamable into our lives,
This one pervading element:
The Will of God Himself,
By which all being is meshed and mingled
And quickened into activity,
Driving the pulse afore creativity,
Animating with cohesion,
Enlivening with an incomprehensible power
Which moves with Wisdom,
Impels with determination,
Out from and into the Heavenly Order.

Arise! Hearken to this Spirit of Exaggeration,
From which futures unfurl with courage.
And as the grass leaps the earth,
It is so urged and made confident
By the forthrightness and action
Of the Life as brought
By this, our Holy Spirit.

By Christ we are reserved;
As Life spills life,
He sets the curbs
And maintains the freedoms also.
By Christ the fires are tempered, warm,
And we are contained in His Body
And by His Will,
Through which the Holy Spirit conforms
In Love which obliges such Goodness.