1. Living Deliberately: Is it really ok to do that?

    By: Richard Brenckman - My childhood memories include several instances in which I was scolded for a certain "willful" attitude that I displayed. The scoldings usually included the comment, "You did that deliberately, didn't you?" The consequences for being willful and deliberate were not pleasant. I came to learn that deliberateness was not good in a "good boy". Of course, I didn't stop doing the…

  2. Is There Life After Avatar®?

    By: Richard Brenckman - Okay, it's time to let it out. Time to finally reveal the truth that I've kept hidden, locked away inside me. The truth is -- the Avatar Course ruined my life. That's right, you read correctly. It's not a typo. Avatar ruined it all. There I was, 39 years old, with a whole set of belief systems that had me so tightly in their grip that I couldn't even see them -- and a long,…

  3. Is Enlightenment Still Possible in the Modern World?

    By: Richard Brenckman - Enlightenment is a word with a lot of buzz around it. My dictionary lists the synonyms for enlighten as "to educate, inspire, perfect (v), etc." But for those of us who've walked a spiritual path, enlightenment goes beyond that. That definition isn't in the dictionary; but for me it included an intuitive knowing and speaking of the truth, and being free from ignorance and i…

  4. What’s Wrong with this Picture?

    By: Richard Brenckman - I often forget how miserable I was before I did Avatar. No matter where I looked, things looked pretty bleak. That was in 1990. Don’t get me wrong; just because I was miserable doesn’t mean I was a failure. I was pretty successful according to worldly standards; my wife and I owned a business, made good money, had some real estate, went on trips and all that. But I felt…

  5. Virus Protection For Your Consciousness

    By: Richard Brenckman - If you use email or go online with your computer, you’re probably aware of the damage a computer virus can do. There are thousands of viruses, and a whole industry that's dedicated to fighting them. Just in case you don’t know what I'm referring to, a computer virus is a 'rogue' program that's covertly introduced into unsuspecting computers -- and then it infects and sa…

  6. What Are You Waiting For?

    By: Richard Brenckman - The Associated Press recently released a survey showing that we are less patient this year than last year. In fact, our tolerance level has been steadily declining year after year since the early 1980’s. The most current data shows that 5 minutes waiting on “hold” on the phone, or 10 minutes spent waiting in a line stretches us to the limits of our patience. Those are…

  7. How to Make Changes in the World

    By: Lori Brenckman - “In order to make a change in the world, we need to start changing ourselves.” Harry Palmer That’s what the Avatar® Course teaches, how you can make changes in your own consciousness and affect a positive outcome in the world, as well as your own life. It’s a win-win-win situation. It’s what we’re here for. If you feel ready to explore this expanded level of consc…

  8. How to Create Magic in Your Life.

    By: Lori Brenckman - Before you take on the world, you need to master your own mind. The Avatar® Course will teach you how to do that. Avatar is a set of practical, effective, and powerful tools that will allow you, in a very short time, to identify and change the conclusions, decisions, and agreements that are shaping your life. It’s not what you think, it’s how you think. The Avatar Course …

  9. The Avatar® Course Will Change Your Life.

    By: Lori Brenckman - “Avatar teaches the use of proven navigational tools that can be used, in harmony with your own integrity, to pass safely across the uncharted turbulence of the mind into the region of the soul.” Harry Palmer, author of the Avatar materials If you’re ready to make changes in your life, you need to look inward. Change starts with exploring your consciousness, and Avatar w…

  10. What Are You Waiting For?

    The Associated Press recently released a survey showing that we are less patient this year than last year. In fact, our tolerance level has been steadily declining year after year since the early 1980’s. The most current data shows that 5 minutes waiting on “hold” on the phone, or 10 minutes spent waiting in a line stretches us to the limits of our patience. Those are the survey results, but…