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!
Is Faith Holistic? – David Hoffmeister shares how the Course is not a theology but a practical tool to allow the Holy Spirit to undo every single belief of the ego. By giving ourselves fully over to this undoing, life becomes increasingly like a very happy fairytale, where trust would settle every problem now, and in faith, nothing is ever lacking.
When Love Calls, Go! – The first main topic discussed in great detail in this talk is the special love relationship. This is the ego’s most ostentatious gift and its main weapon to keep you from knowing who you are. The second topic deeply explored is the idea of being above the battlefield. Jesus tells us that there is no safety on the battlefield, linear time. If you identify with anything in linear time, the battlefield, there will always be pain and suffering. The miracle takes you to the heavenly realm, where everything is in harmony and aligned with God.
Keeping the Fire of Inspiration Burning – In this talk, David Hoffmeister inspires us to have the strength to decide what we want to focus on with the Holy Spirit, even when the form shows up to distract us. David shares that everything in form is a pointer to the Spirit and invites us to give all interpretations to Him. Then we can rest assured that everyone is blessed and whatever occurs is for the healing of the mind! And just trust Jesus and the Holy Spirit will handle time and space while we keep the fires burning bright with our devotion and dedication.
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.