What Does It Take to Be Happy? – David answers questions from participants and explores topics such as rules for decision, the one goal we can apply, and that “the script is written” (W-158.4:3) and all decisions are of the mind.
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!
A Required Course in Forgiveness and Cluelessness – A Course in Miracles is an uncompromising path to God. That is what makes it so gentle—there is no wiggle room. Although that idea may seem scary to the ego, it really is where the release point comes in the mind. When we are willing to give ourselves wholly to God, we are happy. It is only withholding that causes pain. Dive deep with David as he explores topics including letting go of idols, true forgiveness as taught by Jesus, and the importance of having a clueless state of mind on this spiritual journey.
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.
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.