What Is True Vision? – David Hoffmeister teaches from A Course in Miracles about true vision. He reminds us that we need to have faith in our journey to God and not judge our perception of progress on the awakening journey. The second half of the talk is opened up for a variety of questions. There is an escape hatch in our mind that is accessible at any moment we choose when we stop allowing ourselves to be deceived by the little tyrant, the ego.
What Is My Purpose? – In any situation where you don’t know what to do, the first thing you need to consider is simply this, “What do I want to come out of this situation? What is the purpose of it?”
How Can I Know My Worthiness? – A unique, spontaneous, and interactive session with David Hoffmeister and guests exploring the theme of unworthiness through talks and Q&A! “Nothing you do or think or wish or make is necessary to establish your worth. This point is not debatable except in delusions.” T-4.I.7:6-7
Can I Experience the Holy Instant? – David Hoffmeister shares his experiences with the co-living community with much humor and playfulness. He makes light of human experience and examines many assumptions around it. This joyful talk reminds us that we go home to God with laughter and lightness as we question everything about time and space and our so-called day-to-day reality. Let it all unwind gently from our mind. This beautiful talk dismantles science, language, relationships, and education, bringing us into the soft stillness of the present moment!
How Are Movies Healing? – David Hoffmeister reads passages from A Course in Miracles related to themes represented by the movie The Truman Show, using the movie to explain the teachings of Jesus.
How Do I Dislodge My Mind from Death? – In this opening session, David Hoffmeister emphasizes the importance of focusing on the correction in the mind and not on the errors of the dream. He employs the analogy of a caged pet bird, drawing a parallel to the sleeping Son of God, to vividly depict the collective amnesia we experience and our forgetfulness of our true home in Heaven. David subsequently discusses how our perception of problems is not the issue, but rather, it’s the filter through which we view these problems that cloud our thinking. He delves into the importance of changing our mindset, including on the topic of death.