Let your mask down and let the forgiveness begin. Let the directness of the Spirit inspire you! David addresses the human condition with humor and lightness.
Join in the explosion of miracles! Why would you delay in answering your Call? You are here to be a miracle worker and this must be fully accepted. You cannot partially accept this Calling. Take the leap of faith and dive fully into your function. When you are in the big “YES” to God, everything else will become simple and easy.
The goal of the spiritual path is mysticism, which could be described as the gateway to Enlightenment or to the real world. Enlightenment is when the mind has been emptied of all concepts and beliefs, leaving only the pure experience of your Christ-Self in union with God. As you sink deeper into mysticism the ego’s voice will get louder and more vicious, throwing up lots of future fear-thoughts to keep your mind from continuing its journey into stillness. The ego has no existence in the stillness of Christ, and so all fear is really the ego’s fear of nonexistence. For this reason, trusting the Holy Spirit is key and will guide you through the layers of ego resistance again and again, until the ego has been released from the mind entirely. Go for God 100%.
This talk focuses on opening to the experience that Heaven and earth do not need to be held as separate states of mind. It is not only possible to live as Jesus and Buddha lived, it is natural and inevitable. It is the Calling of our heart.
Join David Hoffmeister during this inspiring talk on answering the Call of your Heart. If you want to experience the leap into Spirit, make the commitment now! You are not choosing a situation or agreeing to a specific assignment, but opening to a state of mind. You are answering the Call to transcend the world. This is the relinquishment of a belief in a separate self with separate interests. David reads from Clarence Steves’ Sermon on the Mount, a speech purely from the Spirit: “Never accept the suggestion that you are a ‘loving person,’ or a ‘good student.’ Love is never personal, nor are there ‘good students.’