You will find on this page information about:
- Family constellations and systemic constellations;
- Similarities and differences between types of set-ups;
- Possible themes for set-ups;
- Inner attitude and preparation for set-up;
- Contact data and
- Backgrounds of systemic therapeutical work.
Everyone is inextricably connected to a family. This connection affects the lives of every man, sometimes for better or worse. Sometimes even without knowing or realizing it. A family constellation makes the hidden force field of the „family soul” visible, her light and dark sides likewise. This insight can help, to see our place in the whole and to consciously take our place in it. So that life and love can flow again.
Many have already heard about family constellations. Not as many have as spectators seen this form of therapy at work, or even experienced her as representatives themselves. Still fewer people found the courage, to set-up their own core-family, family, parts thereof, or their own theme.
It seems rather unknown to many that family set-up is just one form of the systemic constellation work and that much more can be set-up than ‘just’ the core-family or family.
In addition to statistics and probability theory a systemic set-up permits insight into a system via its intuitive and synchronistic potential. Besides family and core-family with systemic constellations other systems get examined, such as:
- Relationships within the Individual:
- Ego and self; feelings, intellect and will; „heart and kidney”, heart and mind, intuition and logic, mind and soul, soul and body; body parts, body functions and organs; chakras; attitude and posture towards the past, present and future;
- Relationships between Individuals:
- A current partner or relationship, past and possibly still mutually connected „soul-parts”; colleagues, acquaintances, fellow thinkers, rivals, opponents and friends;
- Relationships within an Organization:
- Clients, customers and patients; departments and employees, consultants, coaches and suppliers; layoffs, vacancies and job applications; services, product and product lines; policy-making, decision-making and strategy; investment and risk;
- Relationships between Organizations:
- Competition and cooperation, cooperation and rivalry, conflict of interest and entanglement; merger; services and production; hierarchy, power and acquisition.
These and many other aspects and themes can be looked at in set-ups, purely for insight, or for functional solutions, directly and economically feasible.