Scooter Braun went through the Hoffman process before parting ways with Yael
In the months leading up to his separation from his wife, Scooter Braun secretly went on an “intense psycho-spiritual retreat”.
In the fall, sources told Page Six that Braun had entered the seven-day Hoffman Process program, which is all the rage right now in Los Angeles. But when we asked for comment, Braun lied, denying ever having been there.
Then in June – shortly before Page Six revealed that he was separated from his wife, Yael, after seven years of marriage – Braun admitted in a podcast that he had actually retired after having the darkest thoughts of his life. .
“My wife and I started hearing all kinds of rumors, like ‘[Scooter] has gone mad. But it wasn’t that. It was just like I wasn’t present in my life, and [feeling] like the people around me who loved me, I felt their pain, ”he said on Jay Shetty’s“ On Purpose ”podcast.
“. And I am a repairman. Ever since I was a kid, I was the guy who was going to fix everyone. And I just couldn’t work it out right now. “
The super-manager – who counts Justin Bieber, Ariana Grande and Demi Lovato as clients – said he had “started to fly”.
He finally said, “A very dark thought occurred to me – the ultimate ‘I am not enough’; the ultimate ‘I shouldn’t be here.’ I immediately thought: what are you doing here? And I never got so dark. And I signed up for the Hoffman Project the next day.
Later in the podcast, Braun said he had planned to visit the Napa facility four times in the past and canceled each time, but explained to Shetty why he ultimately decided to attend. .
“Do you know what happened? My wife Yael and my children, ”he said. “I learned that I love someone more than me, and loving them made me do the job.”
Rumors of concern between Braun and the mining heiress and founder of F ** k Cancer have been rocking the LA music industry for over a month.
But Page Six reported on Sunday that although the couple have decided to go their separate ways, they currently have no plans to divorce, according to sources close to the couple.
On his site, The Hoffman Process – who has treated Bieber, Sienna Miller and Katy Perry – calls the experience “a 7-day soul-searching and healing retreat of transformation and development for people who feel stuck in one or several important areas of their life. life.”
He promises participants that they can “make peace with their past, free themselves from negative behavior, [achieve] emotional healing and forgiveness, [discover] your authentic self ”and have“ enhanced relationships ”.
A representative for Braun declined to comment.