Sat, Mar 13

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Zoom

So … where should we begin? Addressing systemic racism.

The current leading opinion in the field suggests that we as white-bodied facilitators should work with participants that identify themselves as white in the US. We are following this suggestion in the hope to make our contribution.

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So … where should we begin? Addressing systemic racism.

Time & Location

Mar 13, 2021, 6:00 PM – Mar 20, 2021, 9:30 PM

Zoom

About the event

With the help of systemic constellations, shamanic journeying and circle technology, we will look in both directions – the now, to identify what you can do to lessen racism in your day-to-day-life. And we also will look into your lineage and the possible entanglements that been passed down the generations to you.

From a systemic perspective, we unconsciously wish to love our ancestors unconditionally. If we neglect and avoid seeing the parts of our ancestors that harmed other individuals, then we unconsciously tend to approve of their deeds and unconsciously try to prove that they were right in continuing doing what they did in a similar way. In this way we keep alive to some extent our ancestors’ ways of thinking and acting. At the same time, we also may identify with our ancestors’ victims by unconsciously forbidding ourselves to lead a full and happy life. By doing so we unconsciously feel close to the victims and hope to atone for our ancestors’ deeds, which again allows us to keep loving them, as we assume wrongly to unburden them. This way of identification always is a futile attempt to atone. It is an impossible child´s wish to undo things that took place a long time ago.

In My Grandmother's Hands, whic