What Are the Steps to Loosen from Faulty Perception? – In this retreat, David shares about time and space, how the Holy Spirit uses time for healing, and that sickness is of the mind. He also shares on the topics of how to be loving to your mind, “The script is written,” (W-158.4:3) and letting go of fear and anger, and more!
What Is Beyond the Body? – The body is in the mind; the mind is not in the body. In this online session, David delves into what it means to go beyond the body. To go beyond the body, we have to start to think of ourselves as an idea. We have to learn to come back to our mind. Enjoy this interactive session with teachings and music.
Body as the Means to Heal the Mind – When the body is given much of the attention, the body becomes the end, and the mind is enslaved by the ego. The mind trains and works hard, getting more and more stressed, in order to benefit the body figure. When ambitions, goals, the future, and the body are all given back to the Spirit, the mind can breathe again, feel free and connected to the source. And the vitality and vibrancy of being used comes in.
Hear the Voice for God Together – Join David Hoffmeister as he addresses a variety of questions about the spiritual journey, such as karma, sickness, and letting go of body identification. He also talks about some of the common pitfalls on the path to Awakening and the wonderful news that we can all hear God’s Voice together!
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.