and insights we are receiving from our students.
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
I've just had another wonderful experience! I took a young man through the Attention Mini- Course. He had been struggling with himself over making decisions in his life. After the mini-course he is now able to make the right decisions from his heart. The relief felt in him was incredible. So is the amount of warmth felt in his heart.
What a gem! He feels like he has found his purpose in life! He is going all the way to Wizards. Another helper for this mission! Much Love,
Alan Gunn- New Zealand
The Feeling and State of Residence in Impermanence ... Completeness. He is and I am the Creation itself.
No value is so more or less important and infinitely measurable when we feel that point of Original Creation - I Am - Is.
Hercules Jose Silva Dias- Brazil
I would like to share how people open up with the Compassion Project. I teach the Community Services Work diploma at T.A.F. E., the largest vocational education and training provider in Australia and one of the best in the world. I give out Compassion Cards to all my students in each of my classes. We go through the Compassion Exercise together and discuss using compassion in community work.
I am both amazed and humbled how some of the students connect with the exercise. I have gotten feedback from some who are using it in their everyday lives and have even passed it on to family members who have used it also. The ripple effect has surprised and elated me. I feel honored to be in a position to pass this tool on to people. I am known with my colleagues as the compassion person and they have also connected with the exercise.
Thank you for bringing such clarity into the collective consciousness! Much Love,