Letters and notes from clients . . .
“This morning, I had this dream. We were in a traditional classroom and you were the teacher. There were 3 students in all. You sat on a stool to the left and you had called me to the front of the room to demonstrate something. You were smiling encouragingly. I awaited instructions- curious. You said, “Miriam, show us your power.” Interpreting that concretely, I looked at you, confused, because I was afraid that it was gone, or diminished, and I didn’t want other students to witness this. You smiled, as if you understood, and said, “It’s ok. Go ahead.” Without any effort, the room filled with radiating energy from my entire being – not just my hands. I was amazed, relieved, and grateful for your love and support.”
“Wendy, When I am with you I feel that you understand and are able to hold a space that most people are unaware exists. This is powerfully magnetic and comforting.”
“Thank you for showing me the bright side of the world and not to collude with the dark side. I am grateful that you have been an invaluable help to me during many dark nights and troubled moments.
“Wendy was my teacher and helper during the Pathwork program I remember seeing her cry on graduation day when I got up and sang. What I love about pathwork is that helpers are allowed to express emotion. She has hugged me when I cried, and she signs her email with “Love, Wendy.” There is a real connection there and it has been so healing. She is one of those people who have played such a role in my journey that I couldn’t convey how much she has helped in words. I hope one day I can become half the therapist that she is.”
“Thank you for hosting and leading such a lovely day on Sunday. I felt very safe, warm and accepted within the group, and appreciated the material and the activities.”
Many teachers like Adyashanti and Rupert Spira describe the awakened state but don’t provide much of a sense of how to get there. Your “Awaken” piece provided a realistic and believable route, based of course on your years of inner work. But it felt real, and possible.
-from John Bayerl