David explains how listening to and following the Holy Spirit brings peace and joy, as old relationships seem to be let go and new relationships that serve the Holy Spirit’s purpose come into awareness. Jesus says in A Course in Miracles that the only right use of judgment is asking yourself, “How do I feel?” If you start to get prompted to call certain people, and after the call you feel a certain vitality, then it shows the prompt came from the Holy Spirit. You listened, followed, and got the experience. If you find yourself being depressed, feeling fatigued or dispirited, and saying, “Wow, I’m glad I got that over with.” Then the prompts are coming in from guilt. All these relationships have guilt in them. Now the Holy Spirit is saying, the way out of the guilt is giving all the relationships to the Holy Spirit.
In “A Course in Miracles,” Jesus teaches us that the use of what he calls “magic” (anything in form that feels helpful, such as medicine) can be helpful in reducing extreme fear. This is ultimately so that the mind can feel relaxed and open enough to choose the miracle instead. As you continue to practice and follow intuitive prompts, you find it becomes easier to choose the miracle right away and thus let go of the old concepts which were the cause of sickness to begin with.