The Joy of Full Transparency

The Joy of Full Transparency

The Joy of Full Transparency – To experience the peace of God, you must be willing to not harbor private thoughts. As we release these private thoughts and drop the mask, we discover how natural and light we feel. Our joy comes not from pleasing people but from giving ourselves fully to God: “What would You have me do? Where would You have me go? What would You have me say, and to whom?” W-71.9:3-5

How Do I Reach the Forgiven World?

How Do I Reach the Forgiven World?

How Do I Reach the Forgiven World? – In A Course in Miracles, Jesus tells us that “It is a required course” (In-1:2) and yet says that we have free will. However, “Free will does not mean that you can establish the curriculum. It means only that you can elect what you want to take at a given time.” (In-1:4-5) When we give ourselves over to the Presence behind the Course, we see that it is a course in forgiveness, but not forgiveness as we know it when we forgive people or things. It’s a course in forgiving and releasing every situation because it never happened.

Demystifying Sexual Relationships

Demystifying Sexual Relationships

Demystifying Sexual Relationships – In this talk, David responds to a number of questions around sexual relationship issues. As is the case with any of the issues we face in this world, we are never upset for the reason that we think. The problem is never external. Jesus is encouraging us to go inside and look honestly at our thoughts, which is the cause of all of our upsets. This talk also explores the fear of love and clarifies the difference between extending genuine help and people-pleasing.

Holy Spirit’s Function Is Exchanging Concepts

Holy Spirit’s Function Is Exchanging Concepts

Holy Spirit’s Function Is Exchanging Concepts – David invites us to see that even though the ego has created the cosmos and everything in it, the Holy Spirit can use all this as symbols for His purpose. Even our interpersonal relationships can—if we have the purpose of forgiveness at the forefront—be used to come back to that still place of holiness in our mind.

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