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A Special Introduction to the Landmark Forum
August 18 @ 2:00 pm - 4:30 pm
We are so pleased to bring a Special Introduction to the Landmark Forum, for the Culture Club 101 Community!
“I would like to personally invite you to “test drive” one of the most impactful and transformational experiences of my life. I first participated in Landmark’s educational programs in 1993. Out of this work, I turned my business around while raising three young children as a single mom, AND discovered my passion in the Health and Healing Arts… and never looked back!”
— Elaina Luther, CC101 Founder
Culture Club 101 now exists because of a dedication to the possibility of growing and transforming the current food paradigm, with YOU, our Community!
In Community, the undoable becomes doable.
It’s our commitment that you have access to the tools that help you heal your body, transform your relationships and help you to design a future that pulls you. We invite you to an afternoon to discover for yourself what’s possible beyond the predictable. You will have an opportunity to register for the Landmark Forum, should you see something in it for yourself.
The Landmark Forum consists of three mind-blowing days and an evening. It also includes a 9-week seminar with superb coaching to help you get grounded in the distinctions, and have the rubber meet the road in your life. You can resister with a $200. deposit. Bring your calendar!
For more information, click here: Landmark Education Worldwide.com
“There is nothing more liberating than being freed from your story.”
— Tina Thornton
To Register for the Introduction: click here
Come into the store or call (626) 893-5164
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When we are up to something, we are called to step forward, to be and act in wholly new ways, to risk what we already know for something beyond the predictable. To be up to something calls forth strength and creativity—it generates energy and excitement that attracts and invites the participation of others. When we are up to something, we step outside the constraints of our circumstances, and stand for a possibility. We don’t reference what’s possible against who we’ve been or what’s been done in the past, what’s predictable or expected, but rather against what we stand for and see as possible. Conditions and circumstances begin to reorder and realign themselves inside of what we stand for. Our relationship to possibility moves from an abstract ideal or remote objective to a viable, living reality.
*Adapted from Denise Shekerjian, Uncommon Genius