In your complete willingness to forget the things you think you need, Heaven can finally be remembered. True prayer is described by Jesus in The Song of Prayer as having many levels, like rungs on a ladder, which lead from the early forms of praying for specifics to more advanced forms of prayer. The highest form of prayer is what Jesus calls “true prayer,” which involves a total willingness to “forget the things you think you need.” S-1.I.4:1 For, “You have sought first the Kingdom of Heaven, and all else has indeed been given you.” S-1.I.3:6 Pray only to serve God’s Will.
Jesus knows the way to truth beyond the endless maze of roles, concepts, and beliefs that we have accumulated in this world. Transcending fear requires listening to and following guidance. David Hoffmeister shares how Jesus used the mechanism of travel to undo the belief in ego preferences and attachments, and thus to undo fear. Family roles and responsibilities are often a concern as we start to embark on the path back to truth. Jesus works with us gently to unwind the mind. David’s sharing on this topic is especially helpful for anyone who feels the confusion of responsibility to both family and the spiritual journey.
This talk focuses on opening to the experience that Heaven and earth do not need to be held as separate states of mind. It is not only possible to live as Jesus and Buddha lived, it is natural and inevitable. It is the Calling of our heart.
In this movie gathering, David explores the metaphysics of what seems to be a concrete world and forms it presents. Going deeper into the topic, he shows how everything we see is just calling for love.
In this mind-expanding talk, David Hoffmeister and friends speak about “Seek Ye the first the Kingdom” and divine providence and share their experiences of how everything is truly given to fulfill the plan of Awakening.