How Does the Holy Spirit Help Us Unwind from Fear?

How Does the Holy Spirit Help Us Unwind from Fear?

How Does the Holy Spirit Help Us Unwind from Fear? – David Hoffmeister invites us to put our future in the Hands of God and begin to live by inner guidance in the present moment. The ego won’t even admit that there is a God, and if it has to admit that there is a God, it’s a punishing God. The Holy Spirit’s Presence is a burning, intense calling to wake us up, and we only have to join our little willingness to this burning, intense calling to ignite the whole thing into an actual experience.

How Do I Be Who I Truly Am?

How Do I Be Who I Truly Am?

How Do I Be Who I Truly Am? – Let this retreat light you up as David takes you through the practical application of dispelling the ego and stepping into the blazing light of the Spirit.

Can I Have a Mind That Is Stable and Consistent?

Can I Have a Mind That Is Stable and Consistent?

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!

How Can I Be Connected and Receive Guidance?

How Can I Be Connected and Receive Guidance?

How Can I Be Connected and Receive Guidance? – David Hoffmeister welcomes the participants of this week-long retreat and shares opening remarks from his heart, including examples of mystical experiences, collaboration, and the value of mind training for dismantling the ego. He also guides us on the experience of listening and following our intuition.

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