We are all on our pathway back to God and although each one’s path is unique in terms of the form it takes, there are certain steps that we all must take. For example, we all must learn to let go of the things that are no longer serving us.
 
Carl Casper is an acclaimed chef and intuitively he knows that it is time to let his restaurant job go, but he clings to it out of a sense of security, compromising himself with the restaurant owner. Instead of following his heart and cooking what he loves, he bows to fear and decides to take the safe option to avoid the risk of losing his job. But the Spirit is calling and no one can ignore this call forever.
 
At times, we can be tempted to resist letting go and instead hold on to certain forms until it becomes painfully obvious that we are miserable and change is needed. When we finally take a leap of faith, we feel the Spirit rush in to be by our side. All help is given including mighty companions to support us on the way. This is a wonderfully uplifting movie that speaks to that part within us all that yearns to live an inspired and happy life.

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David Hoffmeister

Modern-day mystic, author, and a living demonstration of A Course in Miracles.

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