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!
Living Is Giving – With the focus on “I am under no laws but God’s,” (W-76) David shares in this talk that living is giving, and this aligns with the law of love. How better to demonstrate “I am still as God created me” (W-rVI.In.3:5) than to know “I am under no laws but God’s.” I am empowered by miracles, which light the way in a darkened world. I do not create myself, for God is my Source and Creator. As an innocent child of God, I am not at the mercy of the world. The world is not outside my mind, and I can elect to change all thoughts that hurt. The world is nothing more than a reflection of my mind. Today I would think only the thoughts of Love that come from God.
The Perspective of a Healed and Happy Mind – An interview with David Hoffmeister on the experience of living the teachings of A Course in Miracles. Topics discussed include the nature of humility, spontaneity, having an empty mind, and following Spirit’s guidance. Enjoy this short gem of a talk that offers much insight into life, from the perspective of a healed and happy mind.
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 Hoffmeister speaks on the topic of humbleness and on how deep it really goes. As you are willing to hear and follow the Guidance of the Spirit instead of trusting in the ego’s plan for your life, you begin to come into an experience of real humbleness. David talks about The Song of Prayer, reminding you that, “The secret of true prayer is to forget the things you think you need.” S-1.I.4 Hence, “Father, what is Your will for me?” is a pure reflection of true humility and true prayer.