Meditation For Christmas Morn

It is a blessing to publish here a Christmas meditation from the enlightened spiritual leader, Paramahansa Yogananda, who was sent from India to America by his guru to share stories about our Loving Creator and the oneness of all spiritual consciousness. 

By Paramahansa Yogananda

The following excerpt is from Metaphysical Meditations by Paramahansa Yogananda. Self-Realization Fellowship, Los Angeles. Reprinted with permission.

Paramahansa Yogananda in 1924, Photo Courtesy of Self Realization Fellowship, Los Angeles

Celebrate the birth of Christ in the cradle of your consciousness during the Christmas season. Let His vast perception in Nature, in space, and in universal love be felt within your heart.

Break the limitations of caste, color, race, religious prejudice, and inharmony, that the cradle of your heart be big enough to hold within you the Christ-love for all creation.

On every Christmas morn of your inner perception, prepare precious packages of divine qualities and deliver them to the beloved souls who gather around the Christmas tree of inner awakening to commemorate His birth in understanding, truth, and bliss.

Celebrating the birth of omniscient, omnipresent Christ Consciousness on the joyous Christmas festivity of your inner awakening, you will find the unbroken happiness of your dreams.

Let the omniscient Christ Consciousness come to earth a second time and be born in you, even as it was manifested in the consciousness of Jesus.

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3 thoughts on “Meditation For Christmas Morn

  1. Merry Christmas, Pam. May the day and year bring love and happiness to you and your family. Yogananda’s face moves me even more than his words-incandesent tranquility? I hope that in Santa’s travels around the world tonight, he might deliver some of that “universal love” and there might be some Peace On Earth. Or we can concentrate on this:

    Love you, Pat

    • Merry Christmas to you and Bill, Pat! I guess you’re not having snow? Us, neither. Yes, I’m waiting for Santa to sprinkle some peace dust around the world and I hope he’s not late! 🙂 Love you guys, Pam

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