Systemic Constellations

What are systemic constellations?
Like all things in nature, we exist as part of wider systems; in our relationships, our community, within our environment, in our working life and so on.  When difficulties arise its often hard to understand what is going on, and a constellation process can be an effective way of exploring the invisible or unspoken dynamics behind a relationship issue, a stuckness or a persisting challenge.

By illuminating patterns that have not been recognised or acknowledged, a constellation can simply help us to see ‘what is’. It can also deepen the understanding of the system being explored, and highlight entanglements and behaviours that co-create the issue.

Constellations can be facilitated in many ways, from simply using teacups or other objects on a tabletop, or as a live system, where people stand in as ‘elements’ on behalf of the client. Everyone in the room is a participant, whether active or observing, and much can be gained from the experience of taking part. It is an emergent process and can take anything from 15 minutes to around an hour. The best approach is to be open to whatever emerges.

What can be explored?
It could be a relationship question, or a conflict at work. It may be weighing up a number of options, or clarifying future direction. It could also be more abstract like understanding an addiction or one’s relationship to money or self-confidence.  

Sessions are facilitiated by Lilliana Gibbs and Hussein Dickie
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NEW Constellation workshops in Lewes

Open workshops  2.30 – 6pm Sundays
February 22, March 22 and April 26

£25 per person
call to book, or to add your name to the mailing list
01273 478 952  or  0779 226 7670

You’re welcome to come to along, but please book your place
Subud House, 26a Station Street, Lewes BN7 2DB

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