We have all the time in the world to heal and transcend dreams of fear. The awareness of dreaming is the function of God’s teachers, and there is no time limit. The body dies, but the mind is not in the body; what the mind can do has nothing to do with the body, which can only be used as a tool.
 
The main character in this movie initially plays out a story of victimization. Through inner investigation, he eventually transcends the darkness and comes into an experience of being truly helpful. By learning to look calmly upon fearful thoughts, Jack Starks begins to have a more unified perception of his world. He learns the helpfulness of remaining calm while looking at the dream of fear. This leads to clarity and deep healing of the past. Even the future is transcended when he changes his mind; what once played out will no longer be.

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David Hoffmeister

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

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