What Do I Have to Give Up to Follow the Holy Spirit? – David Hoffmeister invites us to point our mind in only one direction, a single-pointed devotion to Love, to God. We are asked to be fearless. To live a life without fear is no small goal, and that is the reason for this session. To live fearlessly a life of mysticism, where nothing in this world of time and space can withhold our will to remember God. And even though the ego has invented pseudo light and distractions, nothing can withstand the true light of the Holy Spirit.
Salvation Is No Compromise – David Hoffmeister clarifies in this session that salvation is no compromise of any kind. And that means if you want to realize who you are and accept the correction for this entire world of time and space, you have to release the belief in private thoughts and private minds. Learn just that and nothing more, and the result is peace of mind. The truth is true, and only the truth is true.
How Can I Live an Inspired Life? – Fragmented perception is the problem, and happily, trust is the answer to all perceptual problems. David Hoffmeister shares parables from his perceptual dreamscape of how he transferred trust to Jesus and the Holy Spirit and away from the ego. David reminds us that all circumstances and situations are a prearranged plan to provide us with opportunities to let go of the ego.
What Is Needed to Free My Mind from the Ego? – In this talk, David and a panel of friends come together to share how it happened, how they were able to devote their lives entirely to God. Enjoy this session with live music as they look at what went into the decisions they made along the way and why they are so immensely happy now.
How Can I Forgive Illusions and Wake Up from the Dream? – David Hoffmeister reminds us that we are not trying to improve ourselves or make the world a better place. Who we are is already perfect and doesn’t need improvement. He also shares that the reason why we do not experience the limitlessness and freedom we yearn for is because we have taken on a very false sense of personal responsibility. Constant maintenance of a personal body, a family, a community, or the world is a false responsibility that stems from being deeply wound into a personal self-concept that keeps us compromising on a daily basis and ties us to a world of form. We are not responsible for anything in time and space. Our only responsibility is to answer the Call for God and accept the Atonement; Jesus will take care of everything else!