What Is Christ’s Vision?

What Is Christ’s Vision?

What Is Christ’s Vision? – We need to be taught innocence as little children because we are brought up with the ego’s way of adding meaning to and sorting out the reasons and purposes of the world. It wants us to take sides of what is good and what is bad, and it wants us to keep asking ourselves to make decisions in the world, based on whom the ego tells us to be. This is where all the chaos comes from. We have to unwind from it all by following the guidance of the Holy Spirit. Like in children’s eyes, everything is miraculous. Everything is perfect. No bad guys, no good guys, no sides. Just innocence and trust. That is our way of learning how to perceive a new world, perceive Christ’s vision. Enjoy this retreat experience with David Hoffmeister and the interactions between him and the participants.

How Do We Unwind the Belief in Sacrifice?

How Do We Unwind the Belief in Sacrifice?

How Do We Unwind the Belief in Sacrifice? – In this talk, David Hoffmeister shares several topics: how the Holy Spirit uses our function, how the ego uses sacrifice, and how to give our thoughts over to Jesus and allow the Spirit to correct the distortion of miracle impulses.

How to Use Relationships for Awakening

How to Use Relationships for Awakening

How to Use Relationships for Awakening – The deeper we go on this journey, the more we discover what seems to be an ocean of guilt deeply buried in the mind. But there is something beneath the guilt, and that is love. The more we allow the Holy Spirit to use all of our relationships, the more this unconscious guilt can rise up to be released, and the more we see this precious love beyond the guilt and fear.

Paradise Is Now

Paradise Is Now

Paradise Is Now – David teaches the opposite of being a victim of the world is what the Workbook Lesson 253 says, “My Self is ruler of the universe.” W-253 This talk also gives context for the purpose of watching a reality TV series, Mexican Dynasties, as a method of coming to fully understand “love thy neighbor as thyself.” (Matthew 22:39)

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