Can the Spiritual Journey Be Fun?

Can the Spiritual Journey Be Fun?

Can the Spiritual Journey Be Fun? – As always, David demonstrates a lightness and joy as he explores a variety of topics. It is a relief for us to know that the spiritual journey can indeed be fun! He also addresses the themes of guidance, specialness, and the Holy Spirit’s use of symbols for healing.

How to Speed up Spiritual Awakening

How to Speed up Spiritual Awakening

How to Speed up Spiritual Awakening – David Hoffmeister shares practical experiences of living focused and purposeful lives of total devotion to the Spirit. He answers questions about the ego, regarding forgiveness, discerning the guidance of the Holy Spirit, the experience of listening to and following Jesus, and choosing in mind instead of attempting to manifest in form and create the future. The talk was a call to be clear on the purpose that leads to true freedom and awakening from the dream of the world.

How to Let Go of Judgment

How to Let Go of Judgment

How to Let Go of Judgment – How do we make this shift of mind from following the ego and aligning with all its judgments to having a clear Christ-like mind? The Holy Spirit’s practical, moment to moment guidance is the answer. Each time we follow the Spirit’s specific directions, it helps to wash away our separate sense of self, and our lives begin to take on an ease and a flow. You start to feel empowered and more and more like you are not in the world. Other themes in this talk include: Awakening and taking responsibility for our state of mind.

Relationships Are Reflections of Your State of Mind

Relationships Are Reflections of Your State of Mind

In this Mystery School, David Hoffmeister asks the students to share their experiences with the movie that was shown earlier that day, “The Family Stone”. The students then share their thoughts and expressions while David shares his insight. Topics include; Sickness, Relationships, Projection, Fear of Death, Family.

Unified Purpose and the Holy Instant versus Linear Time

Unified Purpose and the Holy Instant versus Linear Time

David explains that past and future are ego constructs, defense mechanisms meant to maintain linear perception and illusion. The new way to perceive, which leads to awakening, is through recognizing the simultaneous nature of time. Unified time = Purpose.

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