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 [...]


Elevators and Curiosity

By Julie Daley During the Hoffman Process, you utilize multiple powerful tools and practices to heal the pain of childhood and to disconnect from parental patterns. Each one supports the journey [...]


Appreciation & Gratitude

– How to Have It All By Shawn McAndrew At the end of each day in the Process, students are asked to write down three appreciations and three gratitudes in their workbooks. I have to admit I was a [...]


Trauma, Resilience, and Addiction

An Interview with Hoffman UK Enrollment Coordinator Lucy Dancer and Gabor Maté Dr. Gabor Maté is an internationally renowned authority in the fields of trauma, addiction, childhood development, [...]


Tools for Creating Spirit at Work

By Chris Sansone Part 3 of a 3-part series You can use tools to deepen your awareness and authenticity and increase your presence, inner authority, and wisdom. Tools can help you create a vision [...]


Transformative Effects of Spirit at Work

By Chris Sansone “Life is never made unbearable by circumstances, but only by lack of meaning and purpose.” –Viktor E. Frankl Part 2 of a 3-part series Many of us who have experienced the Hoffman [...]



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 [...]


A Light That Helps Me Keep Coming Back

By Robin Taylor I was lucky enough to come to the Hoffman Process in 1996, at the age of 27. At the time, I was three years into my recovery from alcoholism and childhood sexual abuse. I was also [...]

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