Holy Spirit’s Function Is Exchanging Concepts – David invites us to see that even though the ego has created the cosmos and everything in it, the Holy Spirit can use all this as symbols for His purpose. Even our interpersonal relationships can—if we have the purpose of forgiveness at the forefront—be used to come back to that still place of holiness in our mind.
How Can I Forgive Illusions and Wake Up from the Dream? – David Hoffmeister reminds us that we are not trying to improve ourselves or make the world a better place. Who we are is already perfect and doesn’t need improvement. He also shares that the reason why we do not experience the limitlessness and freedom we yearn for is because we have taken on a very false sense of personal responsibility. Constant maintenance of a personal body, a family, a community, or the world is a false responsibility that stems from being deeply wound into a personal self-concept that keeps us compromising on a daily basis and ties us to a world of form. We are not responsible for anything in time and space. Our only responsibility is to answer the Call for God and accept the Atonement; Jesus will take care of everything else!
How Can I Forget the World and Remember God? – David provides powerful insights in this session and invites us to move beyond the blame game and faultfinding in this world we invented in our mind. And with humbleness, leave the driver’s seat and climb into the passenger seat.
What Is the Key in Spiritual Healing? – David provides a profound insight that forgiveness is the awareness of dreaming! He guides us deeply by reading and discussing Chapter 27, “The Healing of the Dream.” T-27 David shares that dreams cannot take the place of truth and we are not at the mercy of the ego, and invites us to forgive what God did not create!
Paradise Is Now – David teaches the opposite of being a victim of the world is what the Workbook Lesson 253 says, “My Self is ruler of the universe.” W-253 This talk also gives context for the purpose of watching a reality TV series, Mexican Dynasties, as a method of coming to fully understand “love thy neighbor as thyself.” (Matthew 22:39)