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Join our 8-Day Intensive Radical Honesty Retreat in La Palma on 29 February – 8 March 2020. Book your spot now!
Our mission is to help create more love and connection between people through honest sharing.

Meet the team

Tuulia Syvänen

I grew up in a dysfunctional family where expressing feelings of any kind (both negative and positive) was frowned upon. I became passionate about self-expression and self-awareness, and learned the importance of me setting my boundaries and of me speaking up. My life’s mission is to help create more love and connection between people through honest sharing and by expressing all feelings and without a need to change oneself or others. Read more

Pete Jordan

In 2015, I nervously and reluctantly attended my first Radical Honesty workshop, which blew my mind. I then eagerly participated in dozens more Radical Honesty workshops and transformed my life for the better by committing to live honestly, by expressing my resentments and appreciations in the moment and by asking for what I want. A major breakthrough for me was having honest talks with my ex-partners and family members. Read more

Arjen Vegter

When I first started practicing Radical Honesty, I was quite scared. I had a lot of hidden shit to reveal. In hindsight, I realize that for years I had built walls around my authentic self and had masqueraded the stuff that I wanted people to see. Most of the roles I played (or performed) I did so to try to prevent people from rejecting me. I tried to avoid being disliked by almost everybody around me. By doing so, I had completely lost contact with who I really was. Read more

Bernhard Reingruber

I consider myself a recovering nice-guy. I have often been (and still am at times) concerned with doing things the “right” way and making no mistakes — a perfect life that left me stressed, inauthentic, and frequently disconnected. In order to not offend anyone and be liked by everyone, I fabricated a neat, friendly, smiley, social mask. Without it, I was scared, sometimes even running away from groups and social situations, or hiding behind a sophisticated verbal shield, being impressive in the face of fear. Read more

Kasia Mitschke

I’ve always considered myself to be an honest person and I imagine many times I was sharing my truth while, at the same time, disconnecting from the sensations in my body. Now, staying present as I speak or listening to others is my great pleasure. I enjoy the intense presence, rawness, vulnerability and connection that I feel when I share honestly with others. Read more

Michael Kreuzwieser

I am a Radical Honesty Trainer Candidate and I lead transformative evenings, ​seminars and retreats about honesty and intimacy. I combine honest communication, embodiment practices, Tantra and conscious touch. I’ve been learning and practicing Radical Honesty since 2014, when I attended my first workshop and finally understood how I create all my own misery and drama. And how I wasn’t taking responsibility for my own shit. Read more

Anna Haas

I came across Radical Honesty in 2016. I‘ve always preferred talking about “real stuff” instead of small talk (and still found myself caught up in it way too often) and I had been longing for deeper connections with people and for more freedom (and thought that this was an unsolvable contradiction). I love the feeling of deep connection and freedom that we can create by being more honest to each other and expressing our own unique self. Read more

Honesty Europe Team Jakob

Jakob Eichhorn

My passion for this work is fueled by knowing what it feels like to constantly withhold true feelings while trying to please others. I wasted a lot of energy trying to be the nicest guy in the world. I’ve transformed my old self-image of being introverted, shy and sensitive. While those traits are still present in me, now I’m also comfortable expressing other parts of myself, like being loud, outgoing, cheerful and joyous. Read more

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