The Hoffman Podcast

Love's Everyday Radius is an inspiring collection of conversations with Hoffman graduates and those impacted by their ripple of change.

Our aim is to highlight how the Process enhances reciprocity, gratitude, and responsibility toward the whole. The Hoffman Process is about more than individuals healing themselves. When you change yourself from within, your actions change and you become an integral part of the healing of the world through your own “everyday radius.”

Hosts: Drew Horning, Sharon Mor, & Liz Severin Producer: Julie Daley
Sound Engineer: Walt Hubis Music: Copper’s Paws by James Hatfield

S5e15: Seamus Mullen – I Am Not My Patterns

Award-winning chef, restaurateur, and cookbook author, Seamus Mullen, is our guest today. Seamus shares how realizing he is not his patterns led to profound healing. Identification with our patterns can perpetuate suffering. When we realize our Spiritual Self can never be patterned we find freedom and a genuine willingness to take responsibility for our lives. […]

S5e14: Volker Krohn – Re-Initiated Into the Family of Humanity

  Wonder why the Hoffman Process works so well on many levels? Listen in as Volker Krohn, psychotherapist, Director of Hoffman Centre Australia/Singapore, and Director of Hoffman International shares his experience of and insights into the Process. Born in Germany, Volker found his way to Australia after spending a short time in the United States. […]

S5e13: Anne Hockett – The Body Expresses What We Repress

Anne Hockett calls herself a gut geek and a lifelong learner – and, she is so much more than that. Anne’s story is a powerful testament to our spiritually human capacities of resiliency, adaptability, and deep capacity to return to trusting in the unknown and the knowing that comes from deep within. Anne’s background is […]

S5e12: Neil Strauss – Healing as a Path of Honor

You don’t want to miss this episode with Neil Strauss, ten-time New York Times best-selling author, contributing editor at Rolling Stone, and a former music critic, cultural reporter, and columnist at The New York Times. Neil did the Hoffman Process just before the pandemic hit in very early 2020. In this conversation, he weaves together pivotal moments of […]

S5e11: Monique Petrov – Waking Up With New Eyes

Monique Petrov is a former All-American triathlete. She qualified for five Ironman World Championships and ranked among the top female age-group triathletes worldwide. Just three weeks before what was to be her ninth Ironman, a disastrous accident ended her career. What brought Monique to the Hoffman Process? As she shares with Drew, the physical trauma […]

S5e10: Jack Rafferty – The Posture of Love

Just five months ago, Jack Rafferty did the Hoffman Process, graduating only weeks shy of his 91st birthday. Jack shows us that you’re never too old to do the Process. Listen in to hear this beautiful sharing of love, friendship, and what it means to be real with each other. Over the last 50 years, […]

S5e9: Jeff Snipes – Awakening Spirit, Reimagining Education

Jeff Snipes’ experience, during the Hoffman Process and after, shines a beautiful light on why we call this podcast, Love’s Everyday Radius. As a result of doing the Process, love’s extension and enlargement into the world can be unlimited in possibility and scope. Jeff’s story is one vivid example of this. In his early forties, […]

S5e8: Andy Milberg – Reflections on Teaching the Process

Andy Milberg, beloved Hoffman teacher and coach, has been teaching the Hoffman Process since August 1991. Bob Hoffman taught in Andy’s Process and trained Andy to become a teacher. Andy tells us it is a privilege and an honor to stand beside students who are committed to making a lasting change in their lives. As […]

S5e7: Amanda de Cadenet – A Vegan Protein Bar in a Snickers Wrapper

Our conversation with Amanda de Cadenet is deeply nourishing and a swim upstream against the status quo. Amanda and Drew touch on many different topics in this rich, hour-long conversation. As you’ll discover, Amanda’s work touches many areas of life and so many lives. After becoming sober from alcohol and drugs at twenty, ten years […]

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