The Hakomi Method of psychotherapy, created by Ron Kurtz, is a method of assisted self-study. Hakomi combines mindfulness (a kind of quiet, non-interfering attention to present-moment experience) with small experiments to evoke experiences that we can study.
Our experience is organised by habits: the lens we see through (unconscious belief patterns, mostly created through early life experience) colours our view of the world.
In a safe, non-invasive and compassionate environment, we use small experiments to become more aware of limiting patterns. This helps us eliminate unnecessary suffering, discover nourishing experiences, and increases our freedom and choice in life.