- The Culmination of the Holy Nights of Christmas
(please note the changes in the daily routine)
Review of Virtues and the Last Twelve Days
Plan Day of Integration and Sharing
Overview of Upcoming Months
Day of Integration and Sharing
Preparing for Sleep
Candle Light and Oil
Gold, Frankincense, and Myrrh
retrospection of Year
Retrospection of the Day
Parzival, wearing a garland of virtue, is crowned King of the
Epiphany is the culmination of the Holy Nights of Christmas.
Historically, the three kings lay their treasures at the feet of the
Jesus child in Matthew's Gospel, offering the fruits of the past
cultural ages (Indian, Persian, and Egypto-Chaldean), represented by
gold, frankincense, and myrrh.
The twelve previous days now form a higher octave, with the
crowning possibility of uniting our individual self with the all
encompasing Being of Christ. (Not I, but Christ in me.) This is the
celebrated day of Jesus' babtism by John in the Jordon. The Spirit-
Child has matured, the Spirit-Self is quickened.
The synchronization and harmonization of the previous day's and
nights' experiences will continue in the next forty days. The season
of Epiphany ends on Valentine's Day.
The Divine Light of Christ must now find its way from human
being to human being, and out into the world. For this to come about,
all darkness and semblance of self must be overcome in the human soul.
Carry the twelve virtues into the world these next twelve
months, and you will begin to shine with a heavenly crown of virtue
(tomorrow I will post the twelve virtues as a file so that they may