What is a sandbox?
In the virtual world, a sandbox is a secure place to test out new software. In the physical world, it’s simply a sand filled space in the ground for playing. In my world, it’s a bit of both, a safe place to experience something new - automatic writings, the wisdom of Conversations with Chloe (CwC) - as well as a space to play and learn together.
Wrapping your head around CwC is a stretch for some people and perfectly normal for others. To some, sitting down to take dictation from public figures who lived and died decades ago may seem incredulous, fantastical. To others, it’s believable. Wherever you are on that continuum, I hope you will take a moment to check out the Automatic Handwriting in the Writings drop down menu.
Building a business from scratch with no money, no credit and no help was a lot tougher than chatting with spirit. I never doubted spirit. I did doubt myself a lot, wondering if I had what it took to make a business succeed. Now that the business is sold, there’s lots of hard earned wisdom to share with new entrepreneurs.
In the Workshops section (under Services), you’ll find themes that can be applied to big groups, small groups or one-on-ones. Subjects range from IYWD (in your wildest dreams) coaching to building intuition to developing resilience. The mission: to spread the word that we are so much more than we appear to be.
We’re all spirit and human. This sandbox has been created with the intent to offer tools, coaching and healing to connect your human and divine self. Looking deeper to understand the interconnectedness of the events of our lives, our losses and triumphs, our choices and consequences, we learn that the dots do connect and in the bigger picture, as tough as it is to imagine, all is as it should be.
I invite you to check out the contents of this site and if you feel inspired to connect with me, I and my sandbox would be honoured to welcome you in...
Andrea Courey is an award winning entrepreneur, author and university lecturer. In 1997, she started cooking and selling granola cereal out of her home kitchen to support her three children. Unable to secure financing, she bootstrapped to success. When she sold the company in 2015, Grandma Emily’s Granola products were selling from coast to coast.
Her greatest challenges were still ahead as her daughter Chloe fell ill with terminal cancer. Chloe crossed over in February 2016. She was 28.
About six weeks after Chloe’s death, Andrea sat down to write her a letter and her world changed when Chloe answered back.
This story begins here – a meeting of two worlds: The left brain logical thinking entrepreneur meets the right brain intuitive who wants to be of service and help others see that we are so much more than we appear to be.