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'''Hakomi therapy''' is a form of [[depth psychology]] developed by [[Ron Kurtz]]. 'Hakomi' is a [[Hopi]] word meaning "Who are you? - You are, who you are!" or "How do you relate?"
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'''Hakomi therapy''' is a form of [[depth psychology]] developed by [[Ron Kurtz]]. 'Hakomi' is a Hopi word meaning "Who are you? - You are, who you are!" or "How do you relate?"
   
 
The Hakomi method combines Western [[psychology]] and [[systems theory]] with [[Eastern philosophy]] and body-centered techniques. Kurtz incorporated into Hakomi five principles: [[mindfulness]], [[nonviolence]], organicity, unity and [[body-mind]] [[holism]].
 
The Hakomi method combines Western [[psychology]] and [[systems theory]] with [[Eastern philosophy]] and body-centered techniques. Kurtz incorporated into Hakomi five principles: [[mindfulness]], [[nonviolence]], organicity, unity and [[body-mind]] [[holism]].
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Hakomi therapy is a form of depth psychology developed by Ron Kurtz. 'Hakomi' is a Hopi word meaning "Who are you? - You are, who you are!" or "How do you relate?"

The Hakomi method combines Western psychology and systems theory with Eastern philosophy and body-centered techniques. Kurtz incorporated into Hakomi five principles: mindfulness, nonviolence, organicity, unity and body-mind holism.

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Ron Kurtz's personal website *[1]


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