Who Am I? An Afternoon Chautauqua with David

12-13-17  Who Am I? An Afternoon Chautauqua with David

We seem to be people living a life of birth and finally, death. What does our life mean? Who are we? Where do we come from? What is this thing I call my body? If I die what will happen to me? These are many of the deep questions philosophers have been asking since time began and are still trying to solve today. On our quest for Self-realization, we need some signposts to map our way back home. We often have many questions on our heart that we would like answered, so we can go inward and have the experience for ourselves. In this gathering with David, we join him with his community and friends in Mexico for a question-and-answer session to discuss these very subjects. Listen in as David answers questions such as: “What does the Course say about death?”, “How do I deal with the conflict of belief in having my own autonomy vs. the Spirit’s plan for me?”, and “How did Jesus transform from one body to another?” David rounds out the session by sharing about the importance of exchanging one self-concept for higher self-concepts until finally no self-concept is needed.

This recording of David Hoffmeister took place at La Casa de Milagros in Chapala, Mexico, November 28, 2017.

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