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Courage Journey

By Shawn McAndrew Above all else, working at the Hoffman Institute means that we get to see courage. From the moment someone hears about the Hoffman Process, the journey to a better life is [...]

Revealing Authenticity

By Julie Daley “Authenticity means erasing the gap between what you firmly believe inside and what you reveal to the outside world.” – Adam Grant As graduates of the Hoffman Process, we’ve come [...]

Trauma, and How It Drives Our Lives

By Shawn McAndrew (If you are unable to see the full article below, please click here.) As we go through life, we most likely experience various incidences of trauma. They can be as minor as [...]

Side By Side

By Julie Daley My childhood was full of turmoil, chaos, and grief. As a child, it was hard to function in the chaos. I found my own survival strategies and they served me well as a child, though [...]

Dark Side No More

By Shawn McAndrew Having done the Hoffman Process, we all know what the dark side is. We looked at it and its effects from all angles, beginning with our homework, through to the last day of [...]

The Raw Beauty of Human Transformation

By Julie Daley “…to see the real, the raw beauty of other people. Think about it. You spend these hours with these 40 people that you are now more intimate with them than lots of people in your [...]

Embracing Your Vision

By Shawn McAndrew In the Process, we do a lot of visioning – how to transform patterns, how to have a non-charged conversation with someone, how to diffuse transference, and more. We also do a [...]

The Joy of a Creative Spirit

“I was with someone recently who asked: ‘Well, don’t you think that if you do too much therapy it will take away your artistic process?’ And I told them: ‘The biggest lie that we’ve ever been [...]

Basic Tools

The Process is a powerful week that heals and transforms people who are serious about change. As graduates, we’ve experienced the power of the Process and returned home changed. What happens, [...]

REHABILITATED – IN RED

By Renda A. Baird, aka “Renny the Minnesota Ripple” One month post-Hoffman Process, someone recently asked me seemingly simple questions – “Was it a REHAB?” And, “How has the Hoffman Process [...]

The Stories We Tell Ourselves

By Wrye Sententia As a writer, I’ve logged hundreds of hours tapping away on keyboards while drafting and writing plot lines, stories, and histories. Recently, I learned that old manual [...]

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