If you want to make serious changes in your life, this audiobook has the tools to transform you.
Based on the internationally-renowned personal development course The Hoffman Process, You Can Change Your Life will help you identify issues in your past that are limiting the way you live and act today. It will empower you to challenge compulsive patterns of behaviour from your childhood that are still playing out in your adult life, and then teach you how to forgive, heal and move on.
– Release your full potential in career and relationships
– Let go of anger and resentment
– Renew your enthusiasm for life
– Increase your self-confidence
– Achieve greater connection with your spiritual identity
Author Tim Laurence worked and trained in California with Hoffman Process founder Bob Hoffman before bringing this life-changing work to the UK in 1995. The Hoffman Process has already helped more than 100,000 people worldwide reach the transition point between their life as it was, and their life as they would like it to be.
Whether you intend to enrol on the full seven-day Process or not, this audiobook provides a practical introduction – with hands-on exercises, tips and techniques – to one of the most successful programmes for personal transformation ever developed.
‘The programme in this book is the finest and most complete expression of what healing and spirituality are all about. If it was the only book available on psychospiritual transformation, it would be enough.’ Joan Borysenko, Harvard Mind-Body Clinic co-founder
‘This unique course has a hugely impressive record for helping individuals achieve lasting emotional growth. Nothing else comes close.’ Oliver James, psychologist
‘I learned that letting go of anger is the most powerful gift you can give yourself.’ Emily Dean, broadcaster and author
‘For those willing to commit to themselves to the Hoffman Process, the results are abundant’ Dr Gabor Maté, addiction and trauma specialist
‘One of those once-in-a-lifetime experiences that will leave you changed forever.’ Dylan Jones, editor, GQ magazine
‘I wouldn’t be alive today if it wasn’t for the Hoffman Process.’ Goldie, musician and actor