Tag: State of Mind

Unified Purpose and the Holy Instant versus Linear Time

David explains that past and future are ego constructs, defense mechanisms meant to maintain linear perception and illusion. The new way to perceive, which leads to awakening, is through recognizing the simultaneous nature of time. Unified time = Purpose. Read more and Listen

Joy, Playfulness, and Following Intuition

In this interview David talks about his own journey and how much fun it has been, giving practical examples of how the Spirit has worked so playfully in his life. He shares with us how following guidance has led to building trust in the Holy Spirit as His path leads to happiness, peace of mind, and a truly joyful life. Read more and Listen

Let Jesus Work with Your Thoughts and Feelings to Help Free Your Mind

Jesus and the Holy Spirit want us to be happy and can use anything in our lives to help lead us to this experience; any thought or feeling that is not of supreme joy can be used. David describes in this talk some of the dialogues that he had with Jesus years ago when he was unwinding from the ego thought system. The workbook lessons of A Course in ... Read more and Listen

What More Do You Want?

The real treasures of mind training within a community of focused mighty companions - This is all just appearing in your mind. There is nothing outside of you. Everything you are asking for is within you. Nothing is out of order. Nothing has ever been out of order. Everything is in Divine order. Read more and Listen

Cracked Perception–Cracked World

In this radical episode David Hoffmeister extends the message that, if you judge the world or yourself, you are not seeing with unified perception. In this case, you need to admit that your mind and therefore, the world, is cracked! Feeling guilty comes from this perceptual problem of duality; the belief that there is an inner and outer. The purpose ... Read more and Listen

Church Is a State of Mind

You might associate the word "church" with a building or an organized religion, but these are merely symbols that can be used to point towards the Kingdom of Heaven within. As Jesus taught, "My Kingdom is not of this world." (John 18:36) So, it must be also true that "my church" is not of this world. Church is a symbol that really signifies a ... Read more and Listen

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