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A Spiritual Awakening Experience of Eternal Innocence with the Movies ~ “How to Train your Dragon”

Emotion/Theme: Forgiveness, Self Concept, Innocence, Acceptance, Mighty Companions

Genre: Animation, Adventure

Summary: A Spiritual Awakening Experience with David Hoffmeister and the Movie Watcher’s Guide to Enlightenment. The belief in attack is buried deep within the mind. While an external enemy is believed in, attack will continue to be witnessed in everyone and everything. From small criticisms to dragon fireballs being hurled at your home, it is actually the same.

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Watch the Best Spiritual Movies with Children! Mini Review of “Frozen” by David Hoffmeister on the Movie Watcher’s Guide to Enlightenment

Best Spiritual Movies with Children ~ Mini Review

Emotion/Theme: Loneliness, Separation, Inspiration, Power of Thought, Isolation, Clinging to One Step, Teacher of God, Letting go of Specialness, Discover True Identity

Genre: Adventure, Animation

Mini Review: When we see that we can manifest what we want in the world, we feel a glimmering of the freedom that our power of mind offers. But we also fear that power, because we fear

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Spiritual Awakening Experience Is Rejoicing That Guilt Was Never Justified and Forgiveness Is Always Justified

Spiritual Awakening Experience with David Hoffmeister: If ever the temptation seems to arise to feel guilty, remember that you are forever Created by a Loving God Who knows forever the Innocence and Perfection of Your Being. And in aligning with the Mind of God, Innocence is all that can BE experienced. There is no guilt in God, and God knows not of the ego concepts of guilt and punishment. And

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The Movie “Being There” and the Dreamer of the Dream – by David Hoffmeister

Movie Watcher’s Guide to Enlightenment – David Hoffmeister: If one can work a perceived upset down to the core decision, the belief in separation from God, and clearly discern the ego’s purpose unconcealed, one can laugh at the idea of ego. That is how peace of mind is reached. One sees what one is not, and what one is, gently returns to awareness. There is a scene that comes to

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