So let's cut the b.s. - tell the story of your destruction by the Landmark Forum... I, for one, am interested in hearing the real deal about you. I _do_ care, in spite of what you may think of me.
Oh my, you expect to be trusted? You've learned your Landmark lessons well - employing the same tact: 'come on, share yourself so I can tell you wants wrong with you.' Shame on you, Prag!
My personal involvement with Landmark is fairly varied, but from firsthand experience the whole affair was suspicious, to say the least. All those volunteer, smiling faces in crisp suits turning grim when the conversation turned from 'where do I sign' to 'what role does Rosenberg have in all of this'. Worse than that, questions were always addressed in private (my experience) and, to be fair, I shouldn't have expected much because the person involved was just another volunteer.
How many volunteers does it take to run a multinational company?
Prag, if you're really interested, like me, then there is a wealth of information right here at this site. Before I even knew what Landmark was I read dozens of 'genuine' testimonies by ex-graduates. I read articles written by journalists, psychologists and the curious. For me, it is all about balance and, according to my limited research (if you like), the scales weigh heavily in favour of questioning Landmark and its practices. There are just too many cases of harm and, as rswinters has stated, even a small percentage warrants concern. Stop to think about that for just a few moments.
As you can see from the number of posts I have made, I assure you that if you're really interested you'll find what you need to hear from what I've already written. I don't see the point in repeating myself too much. And I think this applies to many others posting here.
BTW, our use of language gives away the game. Re-reading your posts is very revealling. It might be useful for you to do the same. B.S., indeed.