Who is Santa and why do we need to believe in him? For children in different cultures, he is a jolly old man who lives with his wife at the North Pole (metaphors). Annually he brings gifts to the good little girls and boys, flying across the planet on Christmas Eve (December 24, a date close to December 21 the winter solstice). (more metaphors)
Did you believe in Santa when you were growing up? Did you have an older sibling or friend who told you the truth and shattered your belief system? How did it make you feel? (We relate to reality through emotions.)
You may or may not understand that reality is consciousness and there is no God. You read it here .. and there. But what will happen the day you accept the truth? Can you handle it? In that moment, you will take responsibility for your existence and let go of all the 3D dramas you are programmed to experience. For now you cling to them.
Do you still believe in fairy tale god icons who will bring you gifts and free you from your daily burdens? Grow up! Not even Santa can do that for you. Yet we rely on hope and the inner knowing that makes our journey tolerable that no matter how bad things get, somehow at the end of the story, we will all live happily ever after ... and so we shall be, but not in this reality. It is time to close this book ... Close your eyes ... Click your heels/heals 3 times and repeat, "There's no place like home. There's no place like home." Santa morphs into the Wizard as we all see the light at the end of the journey/tunnel and poof collectively we are gone, the symbolic water dissolving us into our natural state of light and energy.
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