Can I Have a Mind That Is Stable and Consistent? – During this very mystical session with David, he shares that the curriculum of A Course in Miracles ultimately comes down to these three core teachings: “be passers-by,” “judge not,” and “forget this world.” Yes, Jesus is actually calling us into a total forgetfulness of this world. Everything we perceive is symbolic, and in the end, it is seen that none of the symbols mean anything and thus can be forgotten. The full acceptance of Lesson 1, “Nothing I see means anything,” leads to perfect peace and the remembrance that the separation never occurred. Only love remains in awareness!
Reverse Cause and Effect – Reverse the cause and effect relationship in your mind and step into magnitude with David Hoffmeister in this session of an online retreat!
What Does “The Way Is Narrow” Mean? – David invites us to go beyond all temptations, delays, and distractions. Stay the course and practice the narrow focus of forgiveness that dissolves specialness, for freedom of mind is the only thing worthy of your effort now.
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 End the Cycle of Guilt and Attack? – David shares in this online retreat when you realize that “The script is written” (W-158.4:3) and there is no choice in form, you realize that you can only decide between the ego’s purpose of death or the Holy Spirit’s purpose of forgiveness, and realizing that you are the dreamer of the dream and not the dream figure. “Seek not to change the world, but choose to change your mind about the world.” T-21.In.1:7 When we join with the Holy Spirit in our mind, we slowly loosen our attachment to the images of the world, the roles we play, and the hooks we thought we were hung up on. The key is this moment. The key is to want the holy instant more than anything else.