this site doesnt push 'anything'> It offers research tools and information. Visitors can take what they like and leave the rest--or choose to disagree entirely.
What the site provides is not a program but : 1) links to information that certain groups, teachers and training programs WITHOLD from potential recruits, information that a prospective recruit needs to know in order to make a fully informed decision whether or not to participate in a 'licensed technology' training program such as Landmark or others like it.
Mr Ross is like a librarian--he offers information but does not tell us how to interpret it, nor does he teach us a new jargon. Whenver possible, he includes URLS of the official websites of the groups and teachers, along with information critical of those groups--thus providing both sides of the picture. This is in contrast to LGAT training, where anyone who disagrees is either kicked out or bullied into silence. Mr Ross does not try to define reality for you. He provides information that certain teachers, groups and programs will NOT mention when recruiting people.
Unlike various LGATs, Mr Ross's 'library' is available for free. A visitor can read this information at his or her own pace--and in private. You can think things over, take notes, discuss it with friends, allow yourself to reflect on whether you agree or disagree. And you can go to bed when you're tired. This is totally different from the high pressure, tightly controlled environment of an LGAT training. And, you can check other sources besides this website.
Visitors to this site are not taught a new and burdensome jargon. We remain able to enjoy the company of friends and family members who do not share our opinions.
Unlike this site, information in controversial LGAT trainings is often imparted in a high pressure controlled environment where there is no privacy, no time for self reflection, and where everything is tightly scripted by a trainer who exploits a combination of fatigue, peer pressure and language games.
Unlike problematic LGATs , [www.culteducation.com
] is a self-paced, unscripted enviroment. You can log on and read the material at home in your pajamas if you want. You can get up and go take a morning shit if you want. You can take notes. The opinions you arrive at when using culteducation.com are uniquely your own. Above all, you are not under pressure to recruit your friends or co-workers people to register for this site--not like the rat race of recruiting obligations imposed by most LGATs!
Unlike various and sundry LGATs, this website sits peacefully in cyberspace and minds its own business. It does not recruit. It offers information but never opposes it. And a lot of us have decided, on our own, that we like that. Being treated as thoughtful adults is a marvellous thing. And it is an unprogrammed, uncoerced pleasure. That is why we do not need to recruit. This site keeps growing because people visit, then decide for themselves, (without a trainer breathing down their necks) that they like what they see.
When you offer a quality service you dont need to recruit. Word of mouth takes care of everything.