Dear Constellations Explorers,
This workshop provides a perfect opportunity to experience the deep and insightful Systemic Constellations process. A unique and powerful therapeutic method for self exploration, understanding core behaviours, removing blocks and reintroduce movement and growth. It is used as a major resource in working through trauma and it can assist in depression treatment.
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What are Systemic Constellations ?
The Systemic Constellations method is a unique and deep process of therapeutic exploration of the forces that move us in life. Such forces are often appearing as difficulties or a sense of stuckness in life, affecting our behaviour, relationships, career, health / wellbeing or even financial circumstances. This method provides a three-dimensional ‘map’ of one’s life as it is at present. It is a simple yet powerful way to explore entanglements and blockages in our personal life and in our family history. The method brings awareness and clarity into personal challenges by focusing the client on the root cause of such difficulties. Constellations provide an opening for a positive life shift and presents ways for deep healing processes to occur.
What happens in a Constellations sessions ?
In Constellations work the ‘client’ is referred to as the ‘Issue Holder’*. The method uses workshop participants as ‘Representatives’ to stand-in for key people in the client’s life such as family members, colleagues, partners, ex partners etc. sometimes ‘abstract’ concepts such as an emotion, country of origin, religion or destiny are also represented. Each workshop offers a limited number of Issue Holders a chance to work and all other participants are invited to take part as Representatives. Workshop participants often report (see reviews: http://bit.ly/29LClj1) experiencing profound insights into their own lives by simply witnessing the process, regardless of how they choose to take part.
Why Does This Work ?
Scientific research shows that the experiences of your ancestors can determine your behaviour today and affect future generations.** Recent scientific research into DNA reveals that a component named Epigenetic is embedding the effect of a traumatic experience by altering the genetic structure. It means that some of our behaviour patterns can be attributed to traumatic events in your family history. This notion has always been one of the guiding principles of Systemic / Constellations Therapy, a form of work that is dedicated to exposing and dealing with issues emerging from our family system.
About the Group Sessions This small and intimate group workshop is running regularly in venues around London. It is a journey of self-exploration and trauma healing. Working through and releasing unseen conditioning one can be trapped-in for many years.
Our group provide a safe space where deep personal work is done and where maintaining confidentiality and respect of each other's privacy is paramount.
* - Attending as an Issue Holder - Please Note:
There are limited Issue Holder (client) spaces available per workshop, for people who wish to have their own constellations done. All such places are offered on a first-come-first-served basis and cost £95. An advance, nonrefundable payment is required for all Issue Holder spaces and they must be requested by sending an email to: [masked] Thank you.
Representative (participant) places can be booked and paid for via this PayPal link: https://www.paypal.me/constellations/55
An optional personal one-to-one counselling can be combined with the group work.
** DNA research paper and news article links:
Discover - Grandma's Experiences Leave a Mark on Your Genes (http://bit.ly/1gRkkxl)
BBC News - "Memories" pass between generations (http://bbc.in/1dNShPe)
Facilitated by Illi Adato MA Lon. Inst. GQHP. Crt(HYP). Crt(COACH). C-h-a-n-g-e.co.uk - Systemic, Organisational & Family Constellations ISCA Reg. | Hypnotherapy GHR & IHF Reg. | Tune-In Counselling | Advanced NLP Therapeutic Specialist™ |
Looking forward to another moving encounter