While reading a Landmark Forum Review, there are many questions that come to your mind. Some people believe that the forum helps to improve relationships; some believe that it is useful for personal and professional development; some others believe that this forum is great for improving interpersonal skills. What does the forum actually cover as part of its schedule during its duration of three days and an evening of four hours? Read on to know more about this. Our thoughts and how our past rules us
During the first day of the forum, the leader gives us an overview and prepares us for what lies ahead. He tells us as bluntly as possible as to how we think we are very open-minded and practical but we are not like that in real life. This is where we get introduced to the term, “already always listening”. The leader teaches us that the way we react to a certain situation is ruled by filters that are set by us based on our past experiences. We are introduced to the new meaning of contexts and possibilities and we are able to think and act in a way that we would have never imagined before. Further, the leader tells us how we always tend to confuse between what actually happened and the stories of what happened. By the end of the first day, we get to confess about our rackets (mistakes) and call up people whom we have hurt and apologise to them for dumping our rackets on them.
Self-realisation is the key
During the second day, we get to realise about our actual personality traits and unlearn the myths that we had formed around ourselves. We learn that we are the only ones who are responsible for our actions. We are educated about the reality of our lives and encouraged to let go of our inhibitions and express our thoughts freely. The forum leader keeps reiterating that he doesn’t teach you anything new; he only brings certain contexts from the background to the foreground so that you understand them better and appreciate them in a way that you have to. We learn to come free of our fears so that we rediscover our passions and pursue them in the right way.
Understanding change and transformation
During the third day, the forum leader helps us to understand the major differences between change and transformation. When we understand that change has something to do with the past whereas transformation has something to do with creativity and our future, we realise a sudden shift in us and we realise the true value of the Landmark Forum. Through this refined learning that has opened up new possibilities, we tend to think beyond levels that seemed possible and redefine our overall identity. The leader also emphasises to us about the freedom of choice and how important it is to be able to choose. When we are given this power, we act more responsibly. We get to realise the importance of language and communication and the art of listening as well, in this forum.