Hakomi Therapy

Hakomi therapy is based on certain principles, such as non violence, body-mind holism, mindfulness, unity and organicity. It is also referred to as somatic psychotherapy. This therapy brings about a transformation in the individual. Individuals are self organizing systems.

This depends on beliefs, images and memories. Attitudes and habits are a portrayal of the same and form the basis of individuals. These beliefs change by.

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.Hakomi therapy, thereby brings about a change in an individuala

It is a combination of Western and Eastern philosophyh It is easy to comprehend and is flexiblel It does evoke certain responses on the individuala The treatment time taken is between one to one and a half hoursr The human potential is realised to the greatest extentn The awareness and knowledge regarding the self is increasede In Hakomi therapy, the experiences of the individual at that moment are of considerationo This happens devoid of any effort and prior judgementn Compassion, mindfulness and gentleness are certain concepts that have their roots from some religions, namely Taoism and Buddhisms

Hakomi also depends on emotions and sensation of the bodyd Hakomi establishes mindfulnesss It analyses the influence of any of the core material on experiencec It creates a healing relationship between the individual and the therapist, with maximum safety and effectivenesss The individuals experience a new healing with the help of this systeme They get in touch with the memories, feelings and beliefs in a direct mannere They undergo transformation, through new healing experiencese

Hakomi therapy awakens the selfl Healing relationship and loving presence are the core principle behind Hakomim It is a highly potent technique of support and growtht

The unity principle portrays individuals as integral whole systeme All the systems such as intra psychic, metabolic and inter personal systems are considerede Mindfulness is the focussing of the mind devoid of any prejudicese Certain exercises also help in the achievement of mindfulnesss Concentration on the breath or sitting at one place is not necessaryr It is possibly done at any placec It calms down the thoughts to silence theme Mindfulness is a form or technique of meditation which calls for a lot of practicec The breath and the inner flow are of primary concernr One must listen to the commentary of the mind; with a time range for this is between thirty seconds to a minutet Yoga and Hakomi strike a balance in their approachc A clear and unconditioned mind is the goal of hakomi therapyp A Training of three years helps a hakomi therapist in the performance of their skilll

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