In awe is an idiom that means:
Having a great amount of respect or admiration for someone, sometimes to the point of feeling nervous or fearful around them.
It can take other forms and means the same thing, like:
It left you [in awe / awed].
That always leaves you [in awe / awed].
As "awed" is a participle adjective, can I substitute other synonyms to it with preserving the indicated meaning of its origin, such as:
It left you stupefied.
It left you alarmed.
I'm aware that those two, even if they are considered synonyms to "awed" according to Thesaurus, mean different things.