How Do I Bring Everything Back to the Mind? – In this talk, David shares God’s Will for us is perfect happiness and speaks about the true meaning of free will, which is often associated with choice but isn’t really about choice at all. David then goes into simplifying the rules for decision, offering our mind the means to have a happy day, every day! He also answers several questions from participants on a variety of topics such as suicide, the importance of silence, the value of true communication, and whether personal competency has any value at all!
Jesus Saves the Best for First – Have a deep retreat experience as David Hoffmeister and friends delve into profound topics, including undoing the belief in reciprocity and allowing Jesus to orchestrate absolutely everything.
How Can I Have Fun with Spiritual Awakening? – David Hoffmeister shares about the previous night’s movie, Yesterday, and reminds us about the Beatles’ influence on our mind and John Lennon’s extension of love through the music. David also shares his own journey with Jesus and A Course in Miracles. He emphasizes the importance of purpose and talks about how we are getting ready to move into a new phase and how to use the symbols for Awakening. David gives a beautiful context for the Living Miracles spiritual community and how it was founded, as well as how he received guidelines for the community in the form of “No people-pleasing and no private thoughts.”
What Is Beyond the Body? – The body is in the mind; the mind is not in the body. In this online session, David delves into what it means to go beyond the body. To go beyond the body, we have to start to think of ourselves as an idea. We have to learn to come back to our mind. Enjoy this interactive session with teachings and music.
Change Your Perception about Who You Are – The transformation of consciousness results from following the guidance from our inner teacher. David answers questions about Spirit using the symbols of the world to loosen the mind from the roles of self-concept. He also talks about “One problem, one solution,” (W-80.3:5) and the admission that one has a perceptual problem before healing in mind can occur.