What Is Our True Function?

What Is Our True Function?

What Is Our True Function? – David Hoffmeister takes us on a joyful deep dive into the question of “What is our true function?” And in order for us to raise our awareness to be one with God, we need a lot of help. Jesus is a symbol of that help. Jesus completed his part and accepted the Atonement for himself. He is the first miracle, the last miracle, and all the miracles in-between. Therefore, it’s good for us to call on him and trust that he’s got us covered in the end, despite what we think of ourselves right now. David also provides answers to how to empty the mind and what true helpfulness is.

Listen to Joy!

Listen to Joy!

Listen to Joy! – This gathering with David explores some of the deepest teachings, including there is nothing here to save, truth as experience, practical spirituality, choice comes with linear time and the choiceless choice, being in the flow of ‘what is,’ spontaneity and joy of the involuntary nature of the miracles.

How Did the Separation Happen?

How Did the Separation Happen?

Who experienced the separation, and who and how and when was it corrected? If all is God and all is Love, what went wrong? Basic questions about truth, and what is real and what is illusion? David Hoffmeister addresses the seeming belief that we are separate from God, and answers the question, “How did the impossible happen?” using principles from A Course in Miracles and Jesus’ teachings.

Question and Answer Session with David Hoffmeister

Question and Answer Session with David Hoffmeister

David Hoffmeister holds a Q&A session with the students on day two of the Tabula Rasa Mystery School. He opens the session by reminding the students that there may be extreme emotions to face during this month, but with willingness and an open mind we can expect many miracles and synchronicities to carry us along. Questions include: 1. Do the 12 step program and the Course go together? 2. Commitment in terms of content and when do we start to see the goods? 3. A question on going backward on the spiritual journey. 4. Is being gay an abomination? 5. Paramahansa Yogananda and eastern philosophy. 6. Abuse and victimization. 7. Sickness.

The End of Sacrifice

The End of Sacrifice

Easter is a celebration of the true resurrection in mind. It is the end of the belief in sacrifice. We join in the prayer for true release and open up to trust as we take our first steps into the unknown. We let miracles light our way and allow the love to smooth our journey. Release limiting beliefs from the past and step in to a new way of being.

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