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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 [...]

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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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Finding My Little Boy Who Was Lost

By Jason Beegle Over the years I had seen multiple therapists and pursued various modes of self-help. I had intellectually dug myself out of the “victim role” hell that I had been hiding in for [...]

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Integration: The Gift That Keeps On Giving

By Christine Falcon-Daigle Some say time and space are man-made constructs – that time is not linear and there is no such thing as past and future. However, the cycles of change – visible through [...]

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This Is For You

By Lauren Palmieri I’ve reflected a lot this past summer about my journey at the Hoffman Process in the spring of 2017, and even more recently as I’ve experienced many changes, realizations, and [...]

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The Transformational Power of the Hoffman Process

By Stanley Stefancic I first met Bob Hoffman through a mutual friend in the early ’80s. At that time, the Quadrinity Process (as it was known then) was a 13-week, non-residential course, but Bob [...]

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Continue Your Work, Enrich the Planet

By Jobi Manson August 2017 is two years since I graduated from the Hoffman Process. When I think back to the events that led me to the program, and of the days leading up to orientation, I can [...]

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Learning to Embrace Change

by Tara Ellison Driving up to White Sulphur Springs for a one-week emotional detox at the Hoffman Process, I wondered what I’d gotten myself into. A mix of excitement and white-hot dread was [...]

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A Trip To The Stars

By Darlene Niemeyer After 25 years in the career of court reporting, I retired in 2015. I became a student at the Healing Arts Center (HAC) in St. Louis, Missouri and graduated in the fall of [...]

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Humorous Stories – A Recipe For Love

By Jeffery Camp Telling humorous stories was always a pattern behind which I hid my true feelings and discomfort in social situations. This pattern was on full display during my time in the [...]

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