Tag Archives: changing behavior

Why your New Year’s resolutions will most probably remain to be nothing but that – resolutions.

For many people the beginning of a new year is the perfect opportunity to make good resolutions. Of course every other day of the year will serve you just as well. It’s like Mother’s day. Rituals can help you to remember something. Yet having good resolutions is the same with our gratitude we feel for […]

Why is it so difficult to change some behavior?

You know this. You have already stopped smoking for the tenth time. Sitting in the office again ‘til 8 p.m. you swear yourself that you will delegate more tasks tomorrow. In a meeting you find out that a colleague is selling your idea. He gets all the applause. And you sit there watching silently. A […]

Why do you need mindfulness to change behavior.

If you can observe your own experience with a minimum of interference, and if you don’t try to control what you experience , if you simply allow things to happen and you observe them, then you will be able to discover things about yourself that you did not know before. You can discover little pieces […]

The five Hakomi principles

Hakomi is paradoxically powerful: it is gentle and nonviolent, yet yields dramatic results rapidly. In many ways, its subtle power flows from the congruence of its methods and techniques with the underlying principles and assumptions that guide it: MINDFULNESS is a powerful tool for helping persons study the organization of their experience. It is an […]