This movie shows the way the Spirit can work with the mind that believes salvation lies in ambition and success. It is a movie about opening up and accepting one’s function. Ross is an entrepreneur who has lost his way both financially and spiritually. He comes to realize that he has been avoiding his calling and hiding behind the pretense of being the responsible one of the family. The Spirit comes through Uncle Cullen in unexpected ways, setting into motion events that change the lives of everyone in the family.
On the spiritual journey, there can be many distractions and temptations that try to lead the mind astray from one’s true calling. The world is a huge distractive device; what is going on is a never-ending and unceasing denial of purpose and truth. The way out is a change of mind, an acceptance of the purpose of forgiveness, and the recognition that there is nothing out there to try, and nothing to be done, before accepting the always-present function of sharing the simple joy of saying “Yes” to identity as Spirit!

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David Hoffmeister

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


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