Tuesday, September 28, 2004
Dr. Jenny McMillan, Harrisburg, North Carolina.
When I heard about the Special Graduate Event, I looked at what I considered the miraculous in my life. I was struck by how resigned I was about
it. When I decided to go and bought the ticket, I began to move out from being resigned.
I still had no clue at that point how
it would happen, but I started to invite the possibility of the miraculous into my life. I started to look to prepare myself for it, just like if you invited a guest to your home, there were things to do, like clean the house,
get the guest room ready, etc. So I already got something before I arrived at the event, and it made a difference.
Going to the event itself was memorable because I was in the group of about 30 of us, Landmark graduates from various towns and cities in the Carolinas, driving in two vans together for the trip to Atlanta. At that time it was just a matter of convenience, but looking back it made a difference to be with the people in your community who were also conversant in the language for possibility.
After the four hours drive and having dinner together with our group, I walked into the event feeling as if I had arrived. It was exciting to meet other graduates in Atlanta. The huge hall
at the Georgia World Congress
Center looked festive with red balloons. Every one of the People Who Assist
who greeted us wore a red corsage and dressed up to the hilt. It was very attractive and the welcome was fabulous.
[2007, In Loving Memory of] Jeanette Cissel opened the evening by acknowledging us, the graduates, and we were moved by her sharing about what a privilege it was for her to be our Center Manager for Landmark in Atlanta. She spoke about the evening as the line of demarcation, and introduced Landmark Executive and Landmark Forum Leader Nancy Zapolski, whom we had the honor of leading our event!
It was breathtaking that so much could be delivered in just one evening. The
Special Graduate Event itself was the demonstration of the gift that Landmark has always been to its graduates. I was left empowered, excited and grateful for the tools it gave me for causing the miraculous in my life.
Dr. Jenny McMillan
Among many other various roles of her active life, Dr. Jenny McMillan is
the beloved wife of John Meeks, a mother, a Family Practice Physician, and a Landmark
Graduate who assisted many times as a Communicator at the Landmark
Seminar for our Landmark
Community in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Landmark Courses in the Carolinas and Atlanta.
Grads in Action
Read the Stories, Projects, and Breakthroughs from our fellow graduates.
Many of us have listened to Nancy Zapolski, Ph.D., in the much beloved audio
"Relationships: Love, Intimacy
and Freedom" - Causing The Miraculous
also available at Landmark.