THE GRADUATE REVIEW
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The training conducted at San Quentin State Prison was clearly a direct result of the graduates’ love, support, and participation and of the San Quentin trainees’ willingness to confront their own lives. … Full Article
John McMillen and Gary Clarke of The Graduate Review talked with four graduates of early trainings, three of them people who worked with Werner before he founded est, Gonneke Spits, Laurel Scheaf, Jack Rafferty, and Rich Aikman.
When I left Chicago for San Francisco six years ago, I cut myself off from my family . . . Now it was a Tuesday afternoon, and I was on a plane going back to be with my family … Full Article
Creativity is the art of creating each moment being perfect. You have a direct experience of being the one who creates your experience of your life, of being the one who creates satisfaction in your life … Full Article
Bucky and Werner’s philosophies converge in the issue of individual responsibility… in people who experience their wholeness and have the courage to ask “What needs to be done?” and “What can I do?” … Full Article
In June and July of 1978, 25,100 people in three cities came together to experience Werner Erhard’s “Celebrating Your Relationships” course. Werner said the intent of this fourth course in his series on Making Relationships Work was to break through from relationships that merely work “to create with you a transformed context in which your relationships become brilliant and magical opportunities to express your magnificence.” … Full Article