A Required Course in Forgiveness and Cluelessness – A Course in Miracles is an uncompromising path to God. That is what makes it so gentle—there is no wiggle room. Although that idea may seem scary to the ego, it really is where the release point comes in the mind. When we are willing to give ourselves wholly to God, we are happy. It is only withholding that causes pain. Dive deep with David as he explores topics including letting go of idols, true forgiveness as taught by Jesus, and the importance of having a clueless state of mind on this spiritual journey.
Use Symbols to Bring Blessings to All – In this insightful online event, David shares his experiences and insights on how the Holy Spirit can work through us by using symbols to bring blessings to all.
What Does It Mean to Have a Relationship with Jesus? – Asking for guidance can feel confusing when we’re not sure who it is we’re asking. Is it Jesus? Is it the Holy Spirit? God? Who should we direct our prayers toward? In this retreat talk, David helps us understand the proper use of symbols. And we’re told that Christ is the symbol of pure innocence, but it’s not the name or the word that’s important; it’s what it represents to us.
Married to God – David introduces us to how the Holy Spirit uses symbols, such as rings on our fingers, temporary representations, not an actuality. And these symbols direct our attention, but the Love is what’s important. In this gathering, we also explore guilt that is associated with behaviors, as part of the unholy trinity: guilt, anger, and fear. David reminds us that it is not helpful to try to bring the light into the projected world. It doesn’t work that way; we have to bring the thoughts and beliefs in our mind into the light within, and then they disappear.
We Are Here to Inspire and Bless Each Other Every Day – The purpose of A Course in Miracles is to become a living demonstration of God’s Love by merging into the “I am” Presence, our true Identity as Christ. It is a powerful tool for catapulting us into this experience of what we are, through the release of all that we are not. It requires first that we step fully into our function as a “minister of God,” “miracle worker,” “teacher of God,” etc., and release all other self-concepts we have held.