The Process in IrelandHoffman Supervising Teacher Jeremy Kynaston speaks to TippFM about the Hoffman Process.
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“In order to change, people need to become aware of their sensations and the way that their bodies interact with the world around them. Physical self-awareness is the first step in releasing the tyranny of the past.” - Bessel van der Kolk Some of us repress our emotions to avoid emotional suffering. This is especially true for those of us who grew up in homes where challenging emotions were not welcome.Unfortunately, when we repress our emotions, they don't just disappear. They may show up in physical manifestations, such as frequent illnesses or chronic pain. Or they may interfere with our ability to connect with others.You cannot magically eliminate negative emotions, but you can learn how to cope with them. By acknowledging yourtriggers, pinpointing where certainemotions show up in your body, and making space for them, you can learn to accept all facets of yourself.What do you do to relieve the stress or anxiety in your body? ... See MoreSee Less
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#FridayFeelingAre you feeling vulnerable at the moment?How does it feel when you say "I’m feeling vulnerable"? Do you let people know when you’re vulnerable? How old do you feel when you tap into your vulnerability?Is this the first time you have owned up to feeling vulnerable?If you’ve recently felt vulnerable, hurt, angry or ignored in a relationship at home or at work, acknowledge that these patterns are left over from the wounded child inside you, and speak kindly to your young self. Nurture yourself with tenderness and warmth. Reach in to heal the wound of vulnerability and bless it with compassion and love. No one was to blame."You can’t get to courage without rumbling with vulnerability" - @brenébrownAnd remember that being vulnerable creates an opportunity for others to show you how much they love and care for you. You may be surprised that when you share your feelings of vulnerability, you create a profound connection with another human being.So look after yourself this week and then see if you can spot someone else who needs some tender, loving compassion.Check out anything by the goddess @brenébrown when it comes to having the courage to be vulnerable.If you’ve got other recommendations please do share them here in the comments. We'd love to hear from you ⬇️#fridaytips #fridayfeeling #feelingvulnerable #TGIF #whenyoureseriousaboutchange #hoffmaninstitute #hoffmanprocessuk #brenebrown ... See MoreSee Less
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Thank you to Hoffman graduate Dr John Moos for mentioning Hoffman and talking about the definition of love on his 'dearjohnmd.com' website. "I am a medical doctor, trauma surgeon, and human being. I am also a seeker, healer, and guide. More importantly, I am a messy, complicated human." 🧡"The best definition of love I’ve heard came from my experience at The Hoffman Process: love is what overflows from your cup when you decide to fill your cup first. This identifies two important principles of love. First, you have to fill yourself whole with self-love. If you are trying to serve from a cup that is not full, you will diminish yourself until your cup runs dry. Serving from an empty cup is the quickest way to resentment, martyrdom, and burnout. Second, the outward expression of your love is a reflection of how you love and treat yourself. When you authentically and wholeheartedly love yourself, you will do the same for others. You will do so from a place of abundance, needing nothing in return..."So remember to fill up your own cup of love every day and enjoy sharing the love with others. To read the article in full, click the link below.www.dearjohnmd.com/stories/finding-happiness-and-living-through-love-part-3 ... See MoreSee Less