Free, Live Weekly Intro Calls
Our 45-minute weekly Intro Calls take place every Tuesday at 5:00 PM and every Thursday at 2:00 PM Pacific Time. During the calls, members of our staff trained in supporting people who are considering the Process and a Hoffman teacher answer questions about the Process posed by people who call in from coast to coast.
Process graduates are also warmly welcomed on the call. You can join in the discussion or simply listen. This is an easy way to learn more about the Process in real-time with real people!
We hope you will join us!
Share the Process! Hoffman Teachers Describe the Process In An Exclusive Interview
Hear Hoffman Teachers describe the Process in this exclusive interview on The Hoffman Connection Radio Show called “Hoffman: Inside Out”. In this special edition of “The Hoffman Connection” radio show, Hoffman Process Teachers come together to discuss everything Hoffman from the inside out. From how they became teachers, to what the Process means to them, to stories of healing and overcoming life’s greatest challenges, Devi Cavitt, Andy Milberg and Ed McClune come together for a heart-warming 45-minute interview that will help you understand the Process better.
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For more episodes of “The Hoffman Connection”, please go to our SHOW LIST.
The Hoffman Process
The Hoffman Process is an week-long intensive residential course of personal discovery and development. Held in beautiful retreat settings in Napa Valley, California and Chester, Connecticut, the Process allows you to examine your life and your behavior and empowers you to make lasting changes. Published scientific studies conducted by independent university researchers have demonstrated the long-term positive effects of the Hoffman Process on relieving depression and anxiety while increasing emotional intelligence and spirituality.
Since 1967, more than 80,000 people around the world have used the Hoffman Process to improve the quality of their lives and restore their relationships and their careers.
Principles and Benefits
Emotional learning that occurred early in our lives largely shapes our adult experiences. Whether we are aware of it or not, our very sense of self is more strongly influenced by early life conditioning than most of us ever imagine. This includes our capacity to have happy and successful relationship, career, health and spiritual well being. The negative aspects of this conditioning produce unwanted outcomes and self-defeating behaviors in our adult lives.
The Hoffman Process teaches us how to release and resolve the persistent negative feelings of being unloved and unlovable. We examine the major influences on our lives, trace the root of the adopted negativity, and release the pain, grief, anger, shame and resentment that has been stored there for years.
The ultimate aim of the Process is to help everyone reach forgiveness and acceptance for themselves and others. This allows for a more compassionate approach to personal relationships and family life.
Whether you choose to do the Hoffman Process as a rite of passage, a journey of self-discovery or a way of laying to rest the ghosts of your childhood, there is no doubt you will experience a future different from your past.