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Besides the Curriculum for Living, there are about 25 seminars which run on a regular basis, a Communication Course curriculum, a Wisdom Unlimited Course curriculum, and the Introduction to the Landmark Forum Leaders Program (ILFLP). The Communication curriculum consists of two weekend-long courses--Communication: Acccess to Power and Communication: Power and Performance--followed by the Team Management Leaders Program (TMLP) which lasts about a year. These courses are about effective and powerful communication and effective team working. The Wisdom curriculum is not presently complete. It currently has two year-long courses and will have two more at a later date. This is an inquiry into what it means to play as an adult. It makes life easy and joyful; I have seen tremendous quality of life changes in people who have done these courses. The IFLP is a training program in personal integrity and enrollment which leaves a person with tremendous freedom and the ability to stimulate others to pursue great things. It is also the entry level program for leadership positions within Landmark Education Corporation.
Many people take the seminars ongoingly. It keeps these conversations alive for them in their lives. I find that the people who take the Wisdom Course have a profoundly gentle, related, and easy approach to life. I have never seen such a life enhancing program anywhere. People really enjoy the Communication curriculum and seem to have fun at it. It is very helpful for mastery in organizing and working with groups. The leadership programs give people the power to get extraordinary things done in the world, the ability to profoundly listen to others and contribute to them, and the competence to truly invent how they would like their life to be and make it happen.
I have only done one seminar as part of the Curriculum for Living. I cannot comment on the series. I have not participated in the Communication curriculum. My experience mid-way through the WisdomCourse is that I am exposing and loosening fundimental ways of being in life. For example, for me, "they're out to get me" (a recurring theme in my life) is being altered to "the world is a warm easy place to be where things work". It is bringing subtle yet profound changes. The ILFLP gave me a powerful relatedness with people everywhere. I used to be quite aloof and I now have great conversations with strangers in the supermarket. The program is designed to have you alive to the opportunities to contribute to others. It does this, in part, by having the participants go beyond self-imposed and imaginary limits which we thought were real.