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“The moment when you really experience that you have created yourself being whatever way you are, at that same moment you will never have to be that way again.”
“Consider that all accomplishment is constituted by a series of resolved breakdowns.”
The support of the Werner Erhard Foundation made possible groundbreaking conversations between leaders, scholars and officials from virtually all parts of the world in the fields of human achievement and transformation. As a result of this support exchange programs were launched that provided new ground for international cooperation.
One such program was the US/USSR Project, launched by Werner Erhard and the Werner Erhard Foundation in 1979 and designed as an educational exchange to explore the principles of communication, management, and creative thinking with the people of what was then the Soviet Union.
“I have no interest in the justification of circumstances or producing guilt in others by assigning obligation. I am interested in providing an opportunity for people to experience mastery in the matter of their own lives and the experience of satisfaction, fulfillment, and aliveness. These are a function of the self as context rather than thing, the self as space rather than location or position, the self as cause rather than self at effect.”
“An Evening with Werner Erhard: On Mastery”
Werner Erhard delivered public lectures for over two thousand people in New Delhi and in Mumbai in November 2010. Werner Erhard is pictured here with Gonneke Spits in Panchgani, India. For more on the events in India visit wernererhard.com
“If you’re not all right the way you are
it takes a lot of effort to get better.
Realize you’re all right the way you are,
and you’ll get better naturally.
………………Don’t change beliefs.
………………Transform the believer.”
–Werner Erhard (from the Little Book of Aphorisms)
In the presence of relationships that simply swept him away, Werner remarked, “I remember myself saying things like, ‘Marvelous, fantastic… but, an accident.’ We think that such things happen only by chance. They are not accidents. We have the power to create the space of relationship, to achieve mastery of our relationships. I’m not talking about being in ecstasy, or working little by little toward ecstasy. I’m talking about being willing to come from ecstasy, even when you are being serious, or having a problem, or not even thinking about ecstasy.”
-Werner Erhard – from The Graduate Review, September 1978