David Hoffmeister holds a Q&A session with the students on day two of the Tabula Rasa Mystery School. He opens the session by reminding the students that there may be extreme emotions to face during this month, but with willingness and an open mind we can expect many miracles and synchronicities to carry us along. Questions include: 1. Do the 12 step program and the Course go together? 2. Commitment in terms of content and when do we start to see the goods? 3. A question on going backward on the spiritual journey. 4. Is being gay an abomination? 5. Paramahansa Yogananda and eastern philosophy. 6. Abuse and victimization. 7. Sickness.
In this interview David talks about his own journey and how much fun it has been, giving practical examples of how the Spirit has worked so playfully in his life. He shares with us how following guidance has led to building trust in the Holy Spirit as His path leads to happiness, peace of mind, and a truly joyful life.
As we allow our minds to be trained and we become uncompromising in our desire for truth, we can start to have fun with this world of hypothetical thinking. The Holy Spirit leads us from the heavy burden of identity-confusion into the lightness of being Christ-Identified.
You might associate the word “church” with a building or an organized religion, but these are merely symbols that can be used to point towards the Kingdom of Heaven within. As Jesus taught, “My Kingdom is not of this world.” (John 18:36) So, it must be also true that “my church” is not of this world. Church is a symbol that really signifies a consistently peaceful state of mind. It is vibrant, involuntary, and spontaneous. It is a present moment experience that comes when you are willing to lay aside all false idols and open your mind to God and His eternal Kingdom!
It is possible to listen to the Voice for God all through the day without interrupting your regular activities in any way. This flow is the experience to which all spiritual paths point. Learn the intuitive way, and see that nothing is ever what it seemed to be. The linear perception of the world is going “bye-bye.”