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Three brave individuals share their daily personal challenges and triumphs while doing the Avatar Course

Awaken: Shifting The Collective Consciousness

Three brave individuals share their daily personal challenges and triumphs while doing the Avatar Course.


Beautiful work, just magnificent and right on target.
I feel gratitude to the three students highlighted in this booklet for their willingness to open a vulnerable window on their personal journeys so that others can consider the adventure of a lifetime. No, it’s not always an easy course. No, it’s not just pretending that everything is always beautiful, Kum-Ba-Ya. This is the highest game going. It’s about getting real, gritty, honest, centered and happy, getting down to why we’re here and how to experience life more fully and with more real satisfaction for us all.
Still, all these many years later, there is no high that compares to the startlingly beautiful awakening I experienced on my first Avatar course in 1990. And from there, it’s just gotten better every day.

L. D. (Texas, USA)

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I recently received a copy of your Awaken publication. I quickly read it cover to cover—twice—and I want to tell you that I think you did a beautiful job with it. Kudos to you all for being courageous enough to include stories that weren’t all glowing testimonials. The cumulative effect produces a sense that The Avatar Course is not some airy-fairy spiritual discipline nor a grueling group encounter tear-you-down-then-build-you-back seminar. It’s clear from the journals that The Avatar Course’s main research materials consist of one’s own beliefs, viewpoints, and consciousness. There’s no talk or even any suggestion of “secret knowledge” that will be imparted, but a definite suggestion that one will discover worlds of wonder within their own awareness if the course is approached with the proper amount of enthusiasm and persistence. One gets the sense that Star’s Edge is being sober and realistic in the pitching of the course, and the reader is left to understand that there is something truly valuable, truly wonderful to be experienced here. I’ll bet you get more students than you can handle as a result. Just wanted to let you know. Good job.

L. Z. (California, USA)