Landmark Dropout -- mixed emotions
Date: November 16, 2003 09:46PM
My doctor was a Landmark junkie, yet did not disclose that detail about himself when he treated me for a common ailment. He used landmark tech on me covertly and then finally, about 1-1/2 yrs of being my doctor, persuaded me to try landmark. I'm still amazed how after only mentioning LED as an aside ("I have a friend who had the same problem you have that did something called Landmark - did you ever hear of it - and they got a lot of benefit from it. Something to think about") This was at my 2nd visit. He never mentioned it again for a yr, but proceeded to do his own Forum on me the entire time. He begged me to try it a yr after the 1st visit, but he pressured me so that I backed off. Incredibly, though I stopped going to him, we kept in touch and he recruited me to work for him setting up his seminars (which, of course, after the fact, I realized were mini forums a la doctor).
But in the course of researching and talking to people, I've found that so many professionals have been or are involved in LGATs, especially the forum. LEC has a very big presence on the campus of the med school my doctor graduated from. Another woman on this forum is a psychiatrist and she's been recruited and has dumped her friends and possibly her profession. I'm wondering if there is a special effort to recruit psychologists and physicians at Landmark.