Dr Gabor Maté is a renowned speaker and the bestselling author of In the Realm of Hungry Ghosts: Close Encounters With Addiction. He’s internationally recognised as a leading authority on a range of topics including addiction, stress and childhood development.
‘After I participated in the week-long Hoffman Process, someone close to me told me I looked ‘ten years younger.’ That was literally true, since ageing — for many of us — means accumulating more psychic burdens, along with more age lines on faces.
But what if we could let go of the old stuff, of the burdens imposed on us by difficult life experiences? What if we could be in the present and have some inner technology by which to recognise what is tired and tiresome and no longer helpful and let go of such material? By such means we become younger.
The Hoffman Process is a highly sophisticated yet essentially simple means of transforming one’s relationship with the most important person in our lives: ourselves. The Process requires commitment, not just for the week itself but beyond. It is a commitment to the practices learned and a commitment to one’s ongoing transformation. For those willing to commit to themselves to the Hoffman Process, the results are abundant.’