Like I said before, it’s stories like these that help me wake up everyday and carry on. Here is an e-mail I received recently from someone I don’t know. She took the ATP(r) class in Oct 2007, so she wasn’t even on this journey with us regarding Andrew from the beginning on the ATP(r) board..

Keri’s Story

“Hi Connie, Congratulations on your show and all the amazing work you all do. When I was reading your post, I remembered something important and meant to share it with you when it happened and forgot (until now)

I had the opportunity to go to England the first of March to study at Arthur Findlay College. While I was there, I was experiencing some major releasing, which left me basically paralyzed and unable to attend a couple of the classes one day. So I’m in my room crying and all of a sudden Andrew appears to me and tells me, “don’t worry, It’s all good!!!” LOL I sat up in bed and said, “you’re Andrew, Connie’s son!!” He said “yes.” I asked, “what are you doing here, you don’t even know me,” and he said, “I am here to help you see that its all good and nothing is a waste of time.” He stayed to comfort me a couple of minutes and then left. I felt very loved and comforted afterward. I thought you would like to know that Andrew is helping all kinds of people all over the world!”

In some small way it does help knowing by giving up my son (unwillingly I know) he is making a HUGE difference in many peoples’ lives around the world.


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  1. Leah Clark says:

    That boy… er, sorry… Avatar… really gets around, doesn’t he?? That’s always my experience – no chance of misunderstanding who’s giving the message. VERY COOOL!!!!

  2. admin says:

    Yea, he really does get around! It is VERY cool!

  3. Karen T. says:

    Yes, very!!

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