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Re: Landmark concept of love and sex - are they two different concepts?
Posted by: Throughmyeyes ()
Date: December 02, 2017 04:51AM

Oh it wasn’t fun. Thanks for asking. He literally Was able to act like he didn’t know me. There was no acknowledgment on his face at all just very very cold and he put his head down so we had no eye contact.

I may have had a rather big cry once I got home. I think it was Anthony Kidman - Nicole’s dad, who said of her split from Tom “it’s not what it should be, it’s not what it could be; it is what it is”.

I find it hard to fathom that landmark encourages its participants to treat other human beings this way.

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Re: Landmark concept of love and sex - are they two different concepts?
Posted by: kdag ()
Date: December 03, 2017 03:53AM

Throughmyeye,

I am so sorry, and yes, they do!

In the social group I was in, which was run by my recruiter and full of Landmark people, they began behaving as if I literally wasn't there. One "lady" went so far as to cover her nose when she was near me, and became overtly rude. She literally behaved like a bratty 6-year-old.

This was all because I said that some of the things in L.E, hadn't worked for me, and because I had refused to meet up with and "bury the hatchet" with someone who had betrayed me a year before.

When we were in seminars, etc, they would ask us to "try something on," to see if it worked for us, and if it didn't, that was supposedly okay, but this is how they actually behave.

So, your ex says that he's "complete" with you, pretends you aren't even there, but love-bombs and plays politics with all of your friends on social media.

Talk about a racket!

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Re: Landmark concept of love and sex - are they two different concepts?
Posted by: kdag ()
Date: December 03, 2017 04:51AM

In fact, when I really think about it:

Landmark doesn't tolerate inauthenticity -
they revel in it!

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Re: Landmark concept of love and sex - are they two different concepts?
Posted by: Throughmyeyes ()
Date: December 03, 2017 06:22AM

Kdag

Wow that behaviour is appalling. What an awful experience for you. These people surely can’t feel good about themselves. I could never imagine treating anyone like that. Their actions were clear abuse. Gosh, I am sorry.

I can still see the look on his face and the callousness as he walked passed so clearly. If I turn my mind to it I can see flashbacks like it’s occurring again but I think it’s just shock at the behaviour actually.

I spent the day at the beach yesterday to let the ocean wash everything away, it was quite cathartic actually. The behaviour just wasn’t okay.

Landmark really does encourage sociopathic behaviour. It’s disgusting.

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Re: Landmark concept of love and sex - are they two different concepts?
Posted by: Throughmyeyes ()
Date: December 03, 2017 08:51AM

Landmark totally contradicts what they are preaching...

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Re: Landmark concept of love and sex - are they two different concepts?
Posted by: kdag ()
Date: December 03, 2017 02:01PM

Throughmyeyes Wrote:
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> Landmark totally contradicts what they are
> preaching...


Yes, and looking back on everything, I would have to say that it sucks the decency right out of people.

When I think of what my former friend became, I realize that the person I had grown to trust no longer exists.
It is a very sad thought, but is reality.

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Re: Landmark concept of love and sex - are they two different concepts?
Posted by: Throughmyeyes ()
Date: December 04, 2017 05:48PM

Yes it is very sad and you are right. The fact that he is live bombing my friends is a little disturbing!!

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