Step Back and Let Miracles Flow – This is a dialogue with David Hoffmeister for an interview during the pandemic days. There are few who can discuss A Course in Miracles with humility as beautifully as David. The spiritual journey involves a lot of faith and requires a lot of support from mighty companions. David details practical suggestions, ideas, and resources that will assist the mind in moving through the darkness to the light! Sit back, relax, and enjoy this wonderful interview!
“Now” Is Your Safety – The present moment is always the focus, and it’s what Jesus came to teach. “Trust would settle every problem now.” T-26.VIII.2:3 Jesus says that we must have the trust to accept the correction. It’s very practical. If you stay trusting at this moment, everything you seem to need will come from the present trust, from the present guidance.
Can I Experience the Holy Instant? – David Hoffmeister shares his experiences with the co-living community with much humor and playfulness. He makes light of human experience and examines many assumptions around it. This joyful talk reminds us that we go home to God with laughter and lightness as we question everything about time and space and our so-called day-to-day reality. Let it all unwind gently from our mind. This beautiful talk dismantles science, language, relationships, and education, bringing us into the soft stillness of the present moment!
How Are All Things Working Together for Good? – This is an interactive session in which David Hoffmeister shares inspiring parables and offers profound encouragement in the first half, and the co-living participants authentically pour out their hearts in the second. Tears and laughter flow. All are welcome in our shared purpose of awakening to Oneness!
How Do I Dislodge My Mind from Death? – In this opening session, David Hoffmeister emphasizes the importance of focusing on the correction in the mind and not on the errors of the dream. He employs the analogy of a caged pet bird, drawing a parallel to the sleeping Son of God, to vividly depict the collective amnesia we experience and our forgetfulness of our true home in Heaven. David subsequently discusses how our perception of problems is not the issue, but rather, it’s the filter through which we view these problems that cloud our thinking. He delves into the importance of changing our mindset, including on the topic of death.