What Is the Last Judgment?

What Is the Last Judgment?

What Is the Last Judgment? – The Holy Spirit’s job is to exchange the concepts in our mind and take you to higher and higher states of consciousness. He will happily use everything we believe in to help lead us out of this dream state. As each of these concepts is given over to the Spirit, we will face His Final Judgment, which simply speaks of our freedom, perfection, and wholeness! Other topics in this talk include reincarnation, true forgiveness, and the unhealed healer. Enjoy!

Are You Ready to Join Me in Heaven Now?

Are You Ready to Join Me in Heaven Now?

Are You Ready to Join Me in Heaven Now? – David Hoffmeister shares an uncompromising session on the peace and freedom of laying aside all self-concepts. The practicalities of guidance and following the guidance are the focus, rather than form outcomes. Other topics include true forgiveness, worthiness, what is valuable and what is valueless, and the joy of extending miracles.

The Joy of True Freedom

The Joy of True Freedom

The Joy of True Freedom – The theme of transcending compromise and experiencing true freedom came forth in this session in Finland. All expectations and judgments arise from the self-concept that was made to take the place of reality. The purpose of forgiveness stabilizes perception. Open and expand from littleness to magnitude in awareness to allow true extending of God’s Love to pour through.

Why Am I Not Happy?

Why Am I Not Happy?

David works with a specific call for love during this session as an inroad to healing and inner peace. Using the levels of mind diagram, he uses the presenting problem as a starting point for going inward to the light of the Holy Spirit. Under all our seeming fears in this world, what we are really afraid of is the light. Other themes in this talk include family issues, the deep belief in sacrifice, and the two plans of forgiveness: the ego’s and the Holy Spirit’s.

What Happens After Death?

What Happens After Death?

David shines light on our limited ideas around “life” and “death.” Our belief in when we die reflects our deep belief that we are bodies “living” in a world of space and time. As we release these false concepts we can laugh at the idea of death and know ourselves as the eternal, living Christ. Other themes include: trust, guidance, reincarnation and living in divine providence.

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