LPCs are structures which are established by communities after the 3 day CPMRT training workshops. Participants demand that the CPMRT programme must be owned by communities. The participants then choose from among themselves some participants to constitute the LPC
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CPMRT workshop literally saved my life. I was an alcoholic for twenty years and had tried a superficial investigation of religious and many things to stop. Nothing worked. Doing your CPMRT skills exercises for over three months, thinking rationally and productively and making a spiritual commitment did the trick. I quit drinking five months ago. I feel the combination of your programme and the commitment enabled me to stop on my own, a source of wonder to alcoholics I talk to. Thank you, thank you for your peace programme. Your three day workshop also enabled me to overcome ten years of chain-smoking and a thirty year fear of water caused by a childhood diving accident. I now swim, a constant source of joy and wonder to each time I do so. Thank you for your life giving workshop. I have joined a local peace committee to teach others to stop violence and plan to start livelihood projects.
Please let me express to you my feelings of gratitude for the opportunity to know of a better way to live through your peace building programme called CPMRT. There is no doubt in my mind of the validity of your programme. I was a primary school head and I guess, sub-consciously as I attend your programme. I was mentally testing everything you said. This programme is designed in such simple and easy –to- understand language that even a young child could understand it. As someone with a crippling disease, muscular dystrophy, it is most important that my mind be as free and clear of negative through and resentments as is humanly possible. So I use CPMRT skills as a work manual for everyday use. May many others find the comfort, knowledge, and better way to life each day as I have found through knowing you and your peace building programme.
To a better day