How Can I Stay with the Gift of Prayer? – Prayer is the means for direct communication with the Creator. Listen to David’s impactful commentary on the power of prayer and its practical application in our daily lives as he asks us to shift from fear-based prayer to prayer as a gift of gratitude.
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.
Salvation Is in Your Mind. Find It! – This talk goes into some profound distinctions between specialness and being joined and connected in the purpose of forgiveness. Salvation is our only function in the world, and the only concept that is helpful is forgiveness; forgiveness is salvation. It is like the golden needle in the haystack of your mind. It seems buried amidst many other thoughts, but you can and must find it! The Holy Spirit is speaking to you all through the day, offering you the “breadcrumbs” you need to find this golden needle that will lead you back to the Kingdom of Heaven within.
Trust, Follow, Be Taken Care Of – Join David Hoffmeister as he looks at the importance of trust and following guidance as a means to the end. Other themes include fear of hurting other people’s feelings, control, releasing family people-pleasing, and releasing false responsibilities to give way for our true responsibility—our state of mind. Near the end of the session, everyone listened to the song “You raise me up,” and tears of concern and release were felt. Laughter erupted and the Spirit poured through with deep healing and bursting, cascading laughter.
What Is the Authority Problem in ACIM? – Issues that come up in parenting reflect the authority problem. The ego’s thought system rejects God as its Author and wants to assert its own free will, control, and authority. We are here to be givers. It is a state of mind that shares true generosity and holds the same loving attitude towards everyone we meet or think of.