Maintaining a Spiritual Awareness Even While World Events Are Cuckoo!
A Live Online Interview of David Hoffmeister by Alan Cohen
This live interview was inspired by the release of David's new book, This Moment Is Your Miracle, for which Alan penned the Foreword. The book will be released on February 2, 2019 (pre-order your copy here).
In this dialogue with David, Alan will explore the topics of grace, innocence, healing via recognition of our Perfect Being, and extending healing via the same knowingness. Topics such as psychology and relationships will also be explored. Alan Cohen is author of twenty-four inspirational books, including the bestseller The Dragon Doesn't Live Here Anymore. He is a contributing writer for the #1 New York Times bestselling series, Chicken Soup for the Soul, and his books have been translated into twenty-four foreign languages. His work has been featured on Oprah, USA Today, The Washington Post, and 101 Top Experts. Alan's radio program, Get Real, is broadcast weekly on Hay House Radio, and his monthly column, From the Heart, is featured in magazines internationally.
Internationally renowned spiritual teacher David Hoffmeister, is a modern-day mystic and living demonstration of the non-dual path of A Course in Miracles. Highly inspired by Christian mysticism, Advaita Vedanta, and the desire of many to live a life of devotion, communities have sprung up around the world that follow Hoffmeister's very practical Awakening Mind teachings. His teachings are for everyone, and he spans all traditions by utilizing common ground like movies as modern-day parables and the shift in scientific theory from the Newtonian to quantum world view. Learn more about David Hoffmeister here.
January 30th, 1:30 p.m. MST
The interview will be held via Zoom and broadcasted from David's YouTube channel (click here).
To join the Zoom room to interact live, click this link during or just before the event time on January 30th. (See further instructions below regarding Zoom.)
How to use Zoom:
When you click the link to join, you will be prompted to either download or launch Zoom on your computer, tablet, or smartphone. You will then be entered into our video meeting where we can see each other and interact. Make sure you select "use computer audio" if prompted. Next, scroll to the bottom of your Zoom screen and click on the “Start Video” icon. Once connected, you will be able to turn on your video, send chats, and raise a virtual hand if you'd like to ask a question.