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Hakomi and Mindfulness

What is Hakomi?
It is a gentle kind of psychotherapy based in mindfulness.

'You cannot find yourself by going into the past.
You can find yourself by coming into the present.'
ECKHART TOLLE

Mindfulness can be thought of a way to 'watch' what is happening in our mind and body at any moment. Usually we have all kinds of thoughts, feelings, images and sensations that we are not aware of and did not choose to have. Many of these thoughts trigger automatic reactions activated by memories and emotions, this leads to an automatic impulse to react. It's in this way that we find ourselves caught up in a habitual pattern of behaving or relating. It's only with awareness that we start to be able to choose, to give ourselves different options, to find freedom.

What are the rewards of Hakomi?
There are many. Relief from persistent painful emotions and behaviours is probably the greatest reward. And you will gain a much deeper understanding of yourself and with that, more freedom to choose what you'll be able to feel, greater pleasure in everyday living, and to engage in fuller richer more rewarding relationships. Hakomi can achieve all that.

Ron Kurtz Founder of the Hakomi Method

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lead by Liz Shelley
Sunday 14th November
10am-4pm
At Hamblin Hall, Bosham House
£45 per person
£30 students, OAP's & unemployed

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