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Hello, Harry, from a new Avatar (as of Sunday, July 1).

I want to begin by thanking you for your work and also for coming by to speak in person to our class. It was amazing to feel the love and gratitude when you appeared to speak. I was also thrilled, as a result of the course, to be ABLE to feel it. Wow! I could easily get used to this life.

I have returned home and have been back to work for one day following the course. I have three interesting experiences to share from that period.

The first is simply that I continued to feel wonderfully different when I was back in my workspace. I had been a bit nervous about the glow fading when I returned to my workplace routine but I continued to experience a new feeling of identity, power and control. Yes!

Secondly, I can breath now. So much of what arose to be cleared during the course was associated with a feeling of pressure in my chest that has made it hard for me to breathe and made that breathing shallow. Following the clearing experiences in the course I have been breathing much easier, more abdominally, and deeper. Further, during my work day, yesterday, I was able to recognize similar pressures as they popped up in response to work situations, could separate them from the situation itself, and then discreate them. What a useful tool!

The third experience was this morning when doing some 'it's alright' rundowns before arising. When doing 'carefree happiness' I got the clear image of that being NOT alright when I was young, a time when any apparent display of 'carefree happiness' on my part was interrupted by my Dad, in annoyance, to indicate all the chores I could be doing instead to be useful/responsible. I felt tons of shame, blame, guilt, and irresponsibility come up as secondaries during my rundown and was able to discreate them. Yeah! I now plan to experience carefree happiness today (and to take my Dad along for the ride).

I'm am signed up to see you in September at the Master Course.