What Is the Whole Point of the Course?

What Is the Whole Point of the Course?

What Is the Whole Point of the Course? – Try not to imagine the day, experience it. As we are invited into the big dance, the swirl of joy of life, enjoy this improvised talk about the spiritual journey!

How Do I Let Go of the Stress of Time?

How Do I Let Go of the Stress of Time?

How Do I Let Go of the Stress of Time? – In this session, David Hoffmeister shares about devoting life to change of mind, integrity versus doubt thoughts, the shared desire to wake up, and listening and following with others. We are invited to turn away from the distractions of the world and look at the heralds of eternity right now!

Where Is This All Going?

Where Is This All Going?

Where Is This All Going? – The belief in choice is unconscious for most people. David Hoffmeister shares that there is no choice in Heaven, and it is not the choices in the world that bring us freedom and happiness. Choice ends when we accept completely of a state already in the mind! This session also explores how the Holy Spirit uses our skills and abilities, the purpose of guidance, and how to be an active collaborator with Jesus!

See the Whole Where Pieces Once Seemed to Be

See the Whole Where Pieces Once Seemed to Be

See the Whole Where Pieces Once Seemed to Be – The ego-made perception hides reality behind a cracked mirror with fragmented pieces, where everything is seen as its own separate piece, a person, a cat, an atom. When we perceive only the pieces, it gets very confusing. When we focus on the parts, we open our mind to the thought of attack. Deep inside we know, seeing the world as a whole is the answer to our happiness.

What Is the First Question of the Ego?

What Is the First Question of the Ego?

What Is the First Question of the Ego? – This talk contains heartfelt sharings from many participants who want to know about holy relationships and special relationships. David Hoffmeister shares parables about family roles, the value of prayer, and that all that is happening is just for one purpose, to point us back to the mind.

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