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Advanced Course

Create a future of your own design, not limited by the past. Move the notion of possibility from an abstract idea to a day-to-day living reality.

The Advanced Course starts where The Landmark Forum left off.
The Landmark Advanced Course promises to leave you with the tools and technology for creating a future of your own design. In this course, you will:

  • Develop a facility for recognizing things as they really are—distinct from your hopes, preferences, and fears
  • Step outside familiar and habitual ways of thinking to invent whole new perspectives and approaches that lead to new ways of being and acting
  • Design a future from the future, not limited by the past
  • Move the notion of possibility from an abstract idea to a day-to-day living reality

Rather than being limited by who you’ve considered yourself to be, opportunities for being and acting will powerfully show themselves. With this clarity comes a new power and freedom giving you hands-on access to a world that’s open to being invented. Your vision and goals begin to emerge and flourish—to invite a plan of action that allows you to make the difference you’re out to make. Conditions and circumstances begin to reorder and realign themselves inside of what you stand for. You’ll have the freedom to choose a richer and more expansive game and meet the call of possibility bigger than yourself.

Course Schedule

The Landmark Advanced Course includes individual work with the course leader in front of the room, and hands-on practice in the use of Landmark's technology. The Landmark Advanced Course takes place during three consecutive days—Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, starting at 9:00 a.m. and ending at approximately 9:00 p.m. There is also an evening session the following Tuesday from 7:00 p.m. to 10:15 p.m. (in certain locations, from 7:30 p.m. to 10:45 p.m.) to complete the course. Breaks are scheduled regularly throughout the day, including one 60-minute meal break. (Note: In Japan this course is four days and one evening, beginning on a Thursday instead of a Friday)