The desire of Evelyn’s heart is to heal and change the world. Her husband Will is a leading scientist in the field of artificial intelligence (AI) and desires to understand the nature of the mind. When Will is poisoned by anti-technology extremists, Evelyn and Will stay joined in mind and purpose, transcending the need for Will to be in a body. As Will’s consciousness expands far beyond the limited perception and abilities that he had as a human being, most of their friends and colleagues quickly become afraid of his growing power and immediately project their own fears and doubts onto his motives.
While Evelyn has total trust and faith in Will and their shared purpose, all of the resources come pouring in to support the rapid expansion of consciousness and technological advancements. When her trust wavers, everything is affected. Joy, honesty, defenselessness, and faith all rest upon trust, and so when trust goes, so does everything else, including the awareness of shared purpose.
When you believe yourself to be a body, you identify with the temporal, and therefore you are afraid of death. To realize that you are mind, wholly mind and purely mind, is to know there is no death, and therefore to experience true fearlessness. To the Spirit there is no external enemy. When Will is asked what will be done about the upcoming attack by those who want to shut him down, he replies, “We will transcend them.”
The Spirit is the same as unified mind and therefore telepathic communication is completely natural. The ego is terrified of the loss of autonomy, and will defend against it at all cost. Murder and violence are justified in the name of preserving human rights (private minds). Illusions battle only with themselves, and when the illusion of war is over, it is clearly seen that it was nothing but a projection of fear.
“Forgive them for they know not what they do” is the perfect response to the mind afraid of the unknown. No one can see beyond their own level of understanding, and it takes great faith to allow a power far greater than the human perspective to guide the mind back to the garden; back to the awareness of unified mind.

About the author

David Hoffmeister

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


To comment, you need to be a member. Not a member?

Login or Register

Also available


By , on 2020-01-01

Our capacity for learning is enormous. If we are eager and open, learning can take us higher and higher in conscious...

Chances Are

By , on 2020-01-01

We are all so in love with each other but seem to have amne...

Mozart and the Whale

By , on 2020-01-01

The essential elements of holy relationship are forgiveness, direct communication, and the release of roles and expe...