What Is Our God-Given Function? – In this session, David Hoffmeister brings us to the axis of time, where the horizontal meets the vertical, where the center is the present moment. Our God-given function is our highway to the present moment, which is Heaven. This talk also explores sacrifice, the fear of awakening, and how to switch from judgment to accepting all things as they are!
What Do I Have to Give Up to Follow the Holy Spirit? – David Hoffmeister invites us to point our mind in only one direction, a single-pointed devotion to Love, to God. We are asked to be fearless. To live a life without fear is no small goal, and that is the reason for this session. To live fearlessly a life of mysticism, where nothing in this world of time and space can withhold our will to remember God. And even though the ego has invented pseudo light and distractions, nothing can withstand the true light of the Holy Spirit.
How Do We Collaborate in Mind with Jesus? – David Hoffmeister shares about the levels of relationships and how to unlearn our past and come back to Divinity. He also reminds us in this session that the Course is not so we can avoid things, but the Course is for letting Jesus direct and guide our life and provide us with miracles to heal our beliefs about those things.
What Do We Experience When We Forgive? – In this talk, David Hoffmeister demonstrates with parables how we can have consistent happiness when we consistently choose Spirit, and how it is important to love and respect everyone we meet because we live in our mind, not in the world! In this world, we perceive certain things as attractive and others dangerous. Let both unreal interpretations point us back to the purpose of remembering who we really are, spirit!
Let Go of Dualistic Thinking and Let Our Eyes Be Single – David Hoffmeister shares that it is essential to accept the dismantling of the self-concept, and to be gentle and kind with yourself as these self-concepts fall apart and fall away. Whatever we give to the Holy Spirit is taken away from the ego. And we are asked to remember true prayer is to forget the things we think we need. This will put an end to the need for external validation.