August 27, 2012

Bangalore SHG on Aug 26th

Attendance on Aug 26 was overwhelming and record-breaking!

17 PWS along with 5 guests from Landmark, making a total count of 22.

PWS:

Upasana, Hema, Nishil, Biju, Pawan, Rohit, Mayank, Kishen (new), Chandan, Joy, Karthik, Abhinav, Jitu,  Pravin, Anand, Vishal and Myself.

Guests:

Dr Latha and along with her 4 other Co-volunteers. Dr Latha along with 4 co-volunteers had taken some time out of their busy schedule to come and share about landmark.

They are “volunteers” from landmark – they are not paid either to conduct the session nor they do receive any commission when someone enrols for Landmark.

All  volunteers were educated, successful and accomplished in their field. They have done the course and  now spread the word about it so that others can try.

Dr Latha, took charge of the session. She asked us to seat in a semi-Circlular fashion facing her. She was very cordial, gentle and yet very firm in her communication. She asked one by one, to take the centre-stage and introduce themselves. From the word go, she could establish a very good connect with the class. She provided ample time for participants to open-out, she listened to everyone attentively and lightened the atmosphere with some humour. It was a good experience for everyone. 
After this, there was an interactive session, asking in what areas, participants were seeking to improve. 

The answers ranged from Confidence, Relationships, Work, Family, Money, Peace of mind etc. Again each participant was serially asked to express their views.

After that, brief introduction about the landmark education followed then Dr Latha, inspiringly shared how it Impacted her life.  Then Vishal, Biju and Myself shared our experience about Landmark.

One of the profound statements that she made was  “Our past do not determine our Present, but our Future determines our Present” For eg Our current condition is governed by how we see ourselves in future (Not how we have been in past) She did help us digest that statement and also shared some thought provoking ideas.  We ended the session, with some queries on Landmark. It was another Super Sunday, where we tried to push our boundaries.

Regards
Dinesh.

2 comments:

sachin said...

Great! Our SHG's should do it more often- this collaboration with others, on themes, which go beyond stammering..Positive thoughts and thinking can be absorbed by associating such people much more than by just reading books on positive thinking..
Keep it up, friends..
Variety is the spice of good SHG meetings.

Rajesh V said...

Wow:) Superb SHG meeting, very nice bro. You people are doing good practice.
Regards.