Sat, May 07|
Systemic constellations workshop (online in English)
Let's come together in circle to work on individual and collective issues.
Time & Location
May 07, 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM GMT+2
About the event
We will create a sacred circle, working with circle technology and the methods of systemic constellations, which reveal those places where individuals suffer due to the challenges, wounds and fears of the past in their family system.
You may feel disconnected from your loved ones, have experienced loss, suffer from an illness, feel a void in your life, struggle with your career, coworkers or bosses, or have trouble finding your soul’s purpose – challenges that often stem from patterns of one’s own history. We will hold the space for the unseen to be revealed, for nurturing love to flow, and for healing to happen. Many souls search for inclusion, which so often is found in a simple movement in the circle.
Oftentimes we look for the smallest step to take, that would already create a small change, initiate a little, ongoing motion. Whatever changes too quickly and too far at once, may fall back to its original state just as easily. Sustainable changes often look small and slow, just like the soul movement that is said to move walking, as a pedestrian. There is some special power in slow motions.
There is one spot for individual constellations (EUR 120). If you are interested, please reach out to: Antonia.Stessl@weltenwandler.org If you need a reduced fee for an individual constellation, please reach out to us as well.
Antonia and Rotger Heilmeier are a Family Constellations Facilitator Couple from Germany who have studied with some of Germany’s premier Family Constellations facilitators, including Dr. Ilse Kutschera, a student of Bert Hellinger’s, and Helmut Eichenmüller. In the US they were also trained by Francesca Mason Boring, a bicultural woman and member of the Western Shoshone Tribe, who developed constellations as ceremony.
Rotger is also a Psychologist (M.A.), holds a license as a nonmedical practitioner (German “Heilpraktiker”) and as a nurse.