Hoffman quadrinity process

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Hoffman quadrinity process

Alternative psychology
A program developed from the 1960s to the 1980s by R Hoffman, in which a person goes to a retreat to help recognise negative behaviours, moods and attitudes (which Hoffman termed “negative love”), and implement positive personality changes. The quadrinity process is believed to help individuals become more loving, accepting and forgiving of family, friends and others.
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Plano also joined an eight-day program of personal discovery at the Hoffman Institute, where she realized that sadness and fear had controlled most of her actions.
Psychotherapist Simon Matthews, a senior supervising teacher from the Hoffman Institute, said: "Laziness is a way of escaping reality, it's easier to zone out and sit on the sofa instead of facing reality.
I gave a talk in California at the Hoffman Institute, and somebody in the audience passed the book to [a staffer] for Obama.
He is Chairman of the Hoffman Institute and The Natural Step.