Personal Transformation Audios
The audios below come from talks given by Werner Erhard in the 1970s into 1990. He was one of the first people developing transformational programs. While it is important to listen carefully, it is not necessary to remember all the data to gain value from these audios.
Transformational programs and even these short audios were not and are not developed for one to remember all information given and then to apply it to tasks.
That latter type of process which is conventional learning one can call "change". Change is like turning an apple into apple sauce or apple pie. Transformation is more like turning an apple into an orange. In other words it is to create new possibilities that did not exist at all before.
Take note that these audios were recorded at big events and that in such events the speaker did almost all of the talking. In the Landmark programs the participants also speak a lot.
I attended one of Erhard's big events at the Felt Forum in NY in 1983 called "Living at Risk", I discovered my "purpose in life" right after the event and that was the real start of OIC.
I would suggest that in listening that you keep an open-mind, don't worry if you don't understand what is being said and to notice your mental reactions when listening.
Werner Erhard sold his company called Werner Erhard & Associates in 1990 to his staff worldwide. After his departure the staff renamed the company Landmark Education and created many new programs that have proven to be even more extraordinary in terms of the impact they have had on people's lives. You will hear many things you never heard before.
The following audio recordings are re-published with expressed permission of Copyright holders
Effective Action and Accomplishment, © 1985 Werner Erhard, © 1998 Landmark, All Rights Reserved
Creation: A Matter of Distinction, © 1982 Werner Erhard, © 1998 Landmark, All Rights Reserved
Taking a Stand for the Future, © 1983 Werner Erhard, © 1998 Landmark, All Rights Reserved
Celebrating Your Relationships, © 1981 Werner Erhard, © 1998 Landmark, All Rights Reserved