The Perspective of a Healed and Happy Mind

The Perspective of a Healed and Happy Mind

The Perspective of a Healed and Happy Mind – An interview with David Hoffmeister on the experience of living the teachings of A Course in Miracles. Topics discussed include the nature of humility, spontaneity, having an empty mind, and following Spirit’s guidance. Enjoy this short gem of a talk that offers much insight into life, from the perspective of a healed and happy mind.

Releasing All Judgments

Releasing All Judgments

Releasing All Judgments – Allowing the healing, allowing the help. David shares the point, the meaning of forgiveness (seeing the false as false). Forgiveness is quiet and does nothing. It looks and waits and watches and judges not. Both the “good” memories and the “bad” memories are the same, since they serve only to cover over the present. By hiding and protecting dark thoughts and memories, they are kept. In exposing darkness, darkness disappears, for nothing is kept from the healing light of the Holy Spirit. Participants open up and share their issues in this profound healing session.

How to Live in Divine Providence

How to Live in Divine Providence

The mind’s only need is to know its natural state of peace, joy, and grace. Still, the Holy Spirit will always meet you right where you believe yourself to be. Thus, Divine Providence becomes a stepping-stone designed to convince you there is no sacrifice. Immerse yourself in the full experience of our “Awakening from the Dream” online retreat and find out how to live in divine providence with David Hoffmeister! “A healed mind is relieved of the belief that it must plan, although it cannot know the outcome which is best, the means by which it is achieved, nor how to recognize the problem that the plan is made to solve.” W-135.12:1

Why Am I so Confused?

Why Am I so Confused?

As we allow our minds to be trained and we become uncompromising in our desire for truth, we can start to have fun with this world of hypothetical thinking. The Holy Spirit leads us from the heavy burden of identity-confusion into the lightness of being Christ-Identified.

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