and insights we are receiving from our students.
Wholeness to me is being balanced spiritually, emotionally, mentally, physically, intellectually, financially, and any other "ly" that makes me Me. "Hole-ness" (that state of feeling as though something is missing) creates an unbalanced state that literally cries for wholeness/completeness. Changing one's beliefs about the "holes" in one's life leads to wholeness. Thankfully, I decide what I believe. Thank you, Harry Palmer, and the entire EPC team for creating and holding space to realize this and for the tools to know how to operate my mind. I am forever grateful.
Ann MacGuyer Cox- USA
Thank you for these incredible Avatar tools! A few days ago I went for a 30 minute walk doing the exercise from ReSurfacing "Minding the Edges". I experienced true freedom for the first time. I realized and experienced being outside of a life time creation of fight or flight.
As I felt the freedom, I also felt how painfully limiting this identity was to everything. Cowering from all of life's offerings is like experiencing them through a narrow tube.
So much attention was tied up in this and I believe also supporting many other identities. That structure feels like it is collapsing. For the first time I feel like I am not afraid to be seen.
Thank you for the light you have shed onto a dark world. Along with our wonderful Sangha! Love to you and Avra,
Chuck LaChapelle- USA
Avatar is the power to be happy , peaceful and successful indefinitely. I feel too much better now. Thank you!
Shahriar Kayhani- Iran
I watched a Video about a handicapped veteran that fought through obstacles and limiting beliefs and using his will he lost lots of wieght, got rid of his handicap and came out strong and able. This brought back a lot of memories from my Avatar Course. Thank you for inspiring and helping people to believe in themselves, others, the ability to change and creating the impossibly possible goals for their life. :)
Jonathan Norton- USA
A reluctant starter with a broken toe and crutches coughed and sputtered her (my) way through excessive attention on self to appreciating and empowering another, to soaking in and sucking up the training with the new materials. She made it through unvoiced secondaries to laughing her way through creating Primaries, to feeling the shield of invulnerability and popping out the other side of it. Feeling vulnerable and learning the grace and safety of that. Feeling the kindness of the Sangha and experiencing the non-judgment when seemingly unforgivable transgressions have been committed.
Letting go of the class dunce identity recreated for four and a half decades, to sharing the Compassion Project and awakening the spark in others. She found her life's purpose, leaving her crutches behind, she got excited about the power of the tools.
It has been quite an Avatar Course! Thank you to all the Masters and especially "ginormous" gratitude to Avra! Love.
Fiona Campbell- New Zealand