Our happiness is the greatest demonstration of God’s Love we can offer. The more we open ourselves up to our true Calling and are willing to offer miracles, we become the witnesses the world needs that there is a very different way of looking at everything. There is a way to live that has nothing to do with the traditional, structured way based on just “getting by” and surviving. Be a miracle worker. Step into this new way with the instructions provided by Jesus in “A Course in Miracles”!
In your complete willingness to forget the things you think you need, Heaven can finally be remembered. True prayer is described by Jesus in The Song of Prayer as having many levels, like rungs on a ladder, which lead from the early forms of praying for specifics to more advanced forms of prayer. The highest form of prayer is what Jesus calls “true prayer,” which involves a total willingness to “forget the things you think you need.” S-1.I.4:1 For, “You have sought first the Kingdom of Heaven, and all else has indeed been given you.” S-1.I.3:6 Pray only to serve God’s Will.
In this movie gathering, David explores the metaphysics of what seems to be a concrete world and forms it presents. Going deeper into the topic, he shows how everything we see is just calling for love.
As we allow our minds to be trained and we become uncompromising in our desire for truth, we can start to have fun with this world of hypothetical thinking. The Holy Spirit leads us from the heavy burden of identity-confusion into the lightness of being Christ-Identified.
David goes into the simple yet profound metaphysics that what you extend you are. In Heaven this is all there is, but on earth we seem to have the choice to extend love or project fear. When we are clear that these are the only choices available to us, it becomes important for us to be aware of whether we are extending love or projecting fear, because what we project we actually keep in our awareness. In this talk, clarity is also given around topics such as the difference between the unholy instant and the holy instant, the ego and forgiveness, as well as taking a deeper look at this world; can true beauty really be found here?