Burst into Love with the Holy Spirit

Burst into Love with the Holy Spirit

Burst into Love with the Holy Spirit – David discusses the importance of getting in touch with arising emotions. The ego is quick to quash the attempt to look under the surface of perception, even using metaphysical ideas such as “there is no world” to suppress exposing hidden beliefs. We need to allow love to burst through however it is given, and we never know how it’s going to look. It’s always content over form. We want the experience!

What Is My Part in Serving God’s Plan?

What Is My Part in Serving God’s Plan?

What Is My Part in Serving God’s Plan? – In this morning session, David discusses the importance of allowing emotions to arise to get in touch with the underlying beliefs and desires, bring the focus back to a unified purpose, and accept all things as they are. The ego uses the entire cosmos as a distraction device, a cosmic fig leaf covering over the insane belief in private minds and private thoughts.

Can I Have a Mind That Is Stable and Consistent?

Can I Have a Mind That Is Stable and Consistent?

Can I Have a Mind That Is Stable and Consistent? – During this very mystical session with David, he shares that the curriculum of A Course in Miracles ultimately comes down to these three core teachings: “be passers-by,” “judge not,” and “forget this world.” Yes, Jesus is actually calling us into a total forgetfulness of this world. Everything we perceive is symbolic, and in the end, it is seen that none of the symbols mean anything and thus can be forgotten. The full acceptance of Lesson 1, “Nothing I see means anything,” leads to perfect peace and the remembrance that the separation never occurred. Only love remains in awareness!

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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