Ancestral Constellations Through a Systemic Lens

‘Constellations Reveal Generational Family Patterns, Past, Present and Future!’

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TIME:  10am-5pm
VENUE: 9 Manor Gardens, London N7 6LA For Directions Click Here
Cost: £75

Small Group, Safe Space

Our Ancestral Constellations workshops are small group participative workshops for people who want to look at ‘family situations’ using the systemic constellations method.   We take a deep look at the ancestral roots of family relationships and reveal how these roots influence the present and the future.  We seek to ‘remember’ and honour the living and those that have come before them.

This honouring of ancestors  is an aspect of traditional indigenous wisdom that is ingrained in many communities around the world.  In Africa, Asia, the Caribbean, Latin America and farther afield the ancestral past is firmly connected to the present.  These workshops support you in looking at why ancestral connections may be causing difficulties in your current family life.   You can start to re-connect with and deepen any lost sense of spiritual and cultural identity.  And find your ‘place of belonging’ and start to ‘Restore the flow of love through the family’.

Community of Learning

Our workshops give you an opportunity to be in a powerful learning community with others.  You may be in an observer role as a ‘representative’ supporting someone else working on a family issue, or doing your own personal work during the day.  Standing in any of these places, you will gain greater insight into your ancestral heritage and you will experience a unique way of looking at how to explore inter-personal relationship dynamics that impact family life.  

There will be time for 3/4 Participants to work on a personal issue of their choice with other group members acting in a supporting role, this is decided on the day.  There are many situations that can be brought to a workshop including……..

  • identifying the roots of conflict between parents and children
  • seeking reconciliation between estranged siblings or other family members
  • looking at secrets within the family and what has remained hidden
  • issues of identity, belonging, and finding the right place in a family or community

If you want to know more about whether this approach is right for you, get your questions answered here or contact here for further information.