and insights we are receiving from our students.
I just returned home from the internship at the International Avatar Course. On that one, I was having a lot of discoveries about how I had abandoned parts of myself in my childhood, so even when I was creating primaries, there was a layer of pretending—that I had to hide who I was, and create the primary from a place other than my ordinary, day-to-day self.
As I was working on that, I began to call it a "toxic waste dump," down below the surface—of shame, that I had buried below a layer of concrete, so no one could ever know.
At the end, I was working on the reality that the world, is a reflection of me. I said, "oh my God!" Because where I live in Albuquerque, there is an Air Force base, and there is a scandal because they had let this very toxic jet fuel leak out under the ground for .. decades. It has been seeping towards the water table, and it felt like it was not being handled — too much denial. (—But now, it's coming out.)
— How's that for a reflection of the military, and also, having started during the Cold War!?
Recently, I moved closer to this place — though I felt source — I was moving close to it. Interesting. Moving towards it, but also feeling good, and knowing it will be handled.
So then I had the "oh my God, this toxic waste dump — this toxic spill is such a reflection."
So that's all very amazing and interesting. But here's the clincher.
I come home from the course—having freed up all this attention on all this old, buried, "toxic" stuff in my consciousness. And, I sit down to my coffee in the local coffee shop, and what's the headline, on the front page of the Albuquerque Journal?
"New study says there's more breathing room on jet fuel spill."
We're all just _pretending_ to be separate, aren't we?
Chris Burbridge- USA
I just completed my first Integrity course and it was so amazing. I finally feel gratitude and reverence which is so humbling. I have fully awakened and have no excuses any more, it's my turn to step up and be responsible. It feels so empowering and excitingly scary! Thank you so much for bringing Avatar into the world xx
Hinu Komene- Australia
My first Wizard Course was the feeling of "coming home to be home," a home of compassion and love and growth and friendship and honesty and integrity.
With so many people from all over the world :) connected and all there to develop consciousness and to contribute to the creation of an EPC; what an amazing ''never felt before'' feeling! My life changed to the best.
You know this "love is a feeling that you feel when you feel a feeling you never felt before." I really didn't know that Love could give that wonderful feeling of compassion, connection, contribution, commitment, compagnions. And I have amazing simple exercises to handle each creation in my life, if I choose to take responsability for my life and all my creations, with the support of an incredible team.
On my first Wizard Course, 10 years ago, I promised myself to be there each year. I did it and I'll do it again :) It would be awesome to meet you too <3
It is amazing that it could actually be this way! I am totally relaxed and totally experiencing. When there are no labels and no limits the answers are there! I don't know how to express this feeling. It's magical! That's it. It is. Undefined.
Cheng Qun- China
Last night I met a person I had given the Compassion Card to 18 months ago. It was so touching for me to learn he had been using the Compassion Exercise frequently on his Father who is an alcoholic. He said not only had the relationship improved as his heart opened up, but also because of the Compassion practice, he was able to see the good work and efforts of his Father. He said " The man showed up at work everyday to provide for his family even when he was feeling sick."
He said he then passed the Compassion Card to his Mother and he could feel her heart open up to his Dad too.
It is so awesome for me to understand the feeling that an Avatar Master's success is not only to be measured by how many new Avatars produced. Thank you for the Compassion Exercise Harry! Thank you for sharing these tools. Thank you for being so real. Love,
Elona Bicoku- Albania