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.
The Illusion of Time – David Hoffmeister addresses the illusion of time in this dynamic talk, using the bottom-up approach. David starts with beliefs related to the body on the surface and works down to the core belief in time, which is the bedrock for all the ideas on the surface of human existence.
Forgiveness has the power to truly give you everything you want. The world presents all kinds of problems, such as murder, sickness, and death, but it is actually the filter through which you perceive the world that needs purification, not the world itself. When you acknowledge that you are feeling angry, sad, or anxious, it is a move in the healing direction. Allowing buried beliefs and emotions like anger to arise is the first step towards authentic healing. “I can escape the world by giving up attack thoughts.” W-23