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Constellations

by | Dec 10, 2019 | Blog

How we support such healing of our lineages, across generations?

Constellations work offers a systemic way of looking at your current life situation and explore the questions that may be working you right now. We are all part of multiple systems – our family systems, organisational systems, the ecology of the environment and our own bodies. Through constellations work we have the possibility to represent some of the less tangible dynamics in these systems, in ways that their (often unconscious) impact in our lives can become visible. Through representing facets of your situation/question in a constellation, the existing dynamics may form into a momentary, concrete picture in front of our eyes, to be witnessed and worked with further.

In constellations work the relational dimension is in focus, its hidden facets become depictable, so you can see and sense how parts of your life relate to one another. Sometimes we can see what may constitute a healing movement for you, in the here and now. A constellation is a guided process. As facilitator I work based on an understanding of archetypal orders (the so-called ‘orders of love’) in our lineages. In the constellations practitioner community we are currently learning more and more about the impact of the trans-generational transfer of traumatic events, past exclusions, untimely deaths, the absence of mourning, family secrets and other dynamics. In constellations we can see how some events of the past continue to affect later generations. It is often through ‘seeing’ and acknowledging the wounded parts (without seeking to change), by simply being present to what shows up, that a healing movement can show up in the constellation.

I invite you to experience this work. This can be in a one-on-one session or through a group process.