In A Course in Miracles, Jesus tells us that miracles should be involuntary and that they should not be under conscious control. (T-1.I.5)
When we go on this Inner journey, we think that we need to learn and understand a lot, that we need to understand what God is. Yet, when we go into this mystical direction, the purpose is to release everything that stands in the way of receiving inner guidance and following that.
Once we start to give ourselves over to this guidance, we start to see that we were wrong about everything we thought we knew. That is what guidance is leading us to, to this happy realization of, I was wrong about all the painful judgments and beliefs about myself and everything else.
In this sense, a mystic can be described as someone who stays very relaxed in the realization of, I don’t know, and I am taken care of.
So What Are A Course In Miracles Videos?
These are videos from mystic David Hoffmeister that teach a deep commitment and devotion to God. It is a single-pointed devotion to God. When you wake up in the morning A Course In Miracles, your sole purpose is to reach eternity. That is the only purpose there is! Now you may ask, “How?” It is by allowing miracles to come through you that you become a miracle worker. You become consistently miracle-minded; you consistently come to your right mind—the present moment and escape hatch to eternity.
When you give your heart to God and say, "Here I am Lord,” it focuses your mind like a beam of light for God.
As we come closer to the mystical Heart of Christ, we come closer to the Heart of God. By laying aside all judgment, and allowing for this simple and serene state of mind, we go beyond this world. This is a state of mind that is above the battlefield and has accepted Christ within.
There are no more words to say, just quiet listening to the Song of Heaven.
Simply do this: Be still, and lay aside all thoughts of what you are and what God is; all concepts you have learned about the world; all images you hold about yourself. ²Empty your mind of everything it thinks is either true or false, or good or bad, of every thought it judges worthy, and all the ideas of which it is ashamed. ³Hold onto nothing. ⁴Do not bring with you one thought the past has taught, nor one belief you ever learned before from anything. ⁵Forget this world, forget this course, and come with wholly empty hands unto your God. (ACIM, W-189.7:1-5)