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Friday, August 26, 2005
  Special Introduction

The Special Introduction to The Landmark Forum

Many of us Landmark graduates remembered the day when we registered to do the Landmark Forum. We cherished those moments when we made the choice that we would do something, which later we found out changed our life forever. Long after the moment passed into history, it still brought us the excitement and the thrill that came with the initial discovery of transformation.

For some of us this happened at the event we called the Special Introduction to The Landmark Forum. Look up the Landmark Events and Locations in Asia, or Landmark Events and Locations at many other places worldwide.

Wednesday, September 7, 2005
5:45 PM to 9:00 PM
Rajasthan Youth Association
12, Saravana Street, T. Nagar, Chennai 600017.
(third left on Thanikachalam Road -
or third right on South Boag Road coming from Pondy Bazaar)
Sunday, August 14, 2005
  Landmark Education in Chennai, India.
At the best of times, in those moments when we are freed from our past resignations, we dream of what can be. As graduates we have access to tools, trainings, projects, and structures of support from Landmark Education. As we participate with the community projects initiated by Landmark Forum graduates, our individual and personal dreams are actually fulfilled and become a new reality. To distinguish this, we call what we really want not dreams, but what we put at stake in our participation. To differentiate it from what most people call dream, which stays as a sweet fantasy.

For many years I have followed the conversations generated by our fellow graduates in Chennai, India. In July 2005 they accomplished to have what they had wanted to have, the First Ever Landmark Forum in their own city, which used to be called Madras. As this initiative is being fulfilled, many individuals have fulfilled what they put at stake already. And they go on to transform their bigger dreams.

We are privileged to hear from Ramesh Bhaskaran, in the story "Causing the Demand for Transformation" that illustrates this out of the ordinary process of transformation. Where individuals have access to bring into reality what they wanted personally through standing for and contributing to the transformation of their own communities. Not because this is the truth, but because they say so, and make it true.
A blog from, about, and for the graduates of the Landmark Forum, sharing the privilege and joy of our participation in the transformation of ourselves, our loved ones, our community, and of life itself.

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