How Can I Stay with the Gift of Prayer?

How Can I Stay with the Gift of Prayer?

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.

What Is the Art of Listening?

What Is the Art of Listening?

What Is the Art of Listening? – In this opening session, David guides us on how to hand over the strings of the puppet, how to pray to wake up, and the art of inner listening! He also talks about how miracles collapse time and how decisions and choices are all in the mind.

Offer Your Career to the Holy Spirit

Offer Your Career to the Holy Spirit

Offer Your Career to the Holy Spirit – In this talk, David Hoffmeister looks at career, money, and reciprocity. Money is neutral to the Holy Spirit, but to the ego, it is full of meaning. Because the ego is the belief in lack, and money is a symbol that it made up to solve the lack. In A Course in Miracles, Jesus is getting us to question where we believe our safety is and where we believe our sustenance comes from. Are you willing to trust Jesus when he says, “If you will give love away, if you will extend love, everything will be taken care of for you.” Many examples and parables are given.

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

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