We are all called into purpose. Hiccup is called by his father to step into purpose of serving the community, yet he has doubts and feelings of unworthiness to answer this calling. Using Hiccup’s attraction to dragons, the Holy Spirit provides the guidance and steps to move past the ego’s illusion of unworthiness and into purpose. It is in following the call and joining with mighty companions in deepening trust that the unreal is shown through to reveal the strength of love’s presence. This movie beautifully demonstrates the gift of mighty companions to remind each other of the light within. The power of love’s call cannot be denied. While in form there are seeming “battles” with darkness, death, and the experience of unwinding from expectations and roles, it is through the power of forgiveness that the heart opens to find ever present peace and love. Seeing past error to innocence and commitment to purpose is the Holy Spirit’s gift to move quickly past seeming loss. The Son of God who recognizes who he is benefits all.

 

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David Hoffmeister

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

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