How Is This World an Impossible Situation? – In this powerful session, David takes us deep into the power of the mind and thought. He shares on how ‘no one can be angry at a fact,’ (M-17.4:1) and this world is an impossible situation, and the goal is to see this world as whole. The session ends with helpful questions from the online participants.
Let the Thoughts up into Awareness – David and friends sink deeply exploring these topics: living in community, trusting guidance, sharing miracles, divine providence, being treated unfairly, and asking the veil to be lifted with forgiveness. They also discuss how the Mystical Mind Training program, music listening, and the Movie Watcher’s Guide to Enlightenment are helpful tools to make Awakening more fun.
Listen to Joy! – This gathering with David explores some of the deepest teachings, including there is nothing here to save, truth as experience, practical spirituality, choice comes with linear time and the choiceless choice, being in the flow of ‘what is,’ spontaneity and joy of the involuntary nature of the miracles.
Different Spiritual Pathways, One Helpful Belief – David demonstrates and teaches on the idea that to the healed mind, everything in the world of form is the same. And all beliefs are the same in that they are equally meaningless, all except forgiveness. This is the one helpful belief! So to such a mind that has accepted forgiveness, it makes no difference who he is with; a lightness and joy is felt and extended to all. Other topics in this talk include the bottom-up versus the top-down approach to awakening, talking about healing versus living the experience, and the difficulties that arise when judgments are projected and exceptions are made in regard to transferring the training. Enjoy!
Exposing Ego Delay Maneuvers – This talk by David Hoffmeister exposes the delay maneuvers, decoys, and defenses of the ego. Then David highlights the simple and direct path of forgiveness. David addresses: 1. Intellectual fixation. 2. Arrested development. 3. Interpretation traps. 4. Transfer of training limits. 5. Addiction to materialism. 6. Making idols of teachers. 7. The trap of possessions and control. 8. Trap of making a spiritual career. 9. “Ye shall know them by their fruits.” (Matthew 7:16) 10. Mentoring by demonstration. 11. Follow the demonstrations of Love and the bringers of the fruits.