Collective Memories – Online Short Group Constellations

Who we are in the present is knowingly and unknowingly influenced by the energetic field of influence that we belong to and that we come from. Our history lies coiled within us. The untold stories of our ancestors are present in our blood.

Family and ancestral Constellation is a therapeutic tool that allows the invisible influences from the present and past to be made visible, acknowledged and whole. It allows us as individuals to uncover the hidden historical narrative that we are unconsciously holding. It creates a space for us to bear witness and give place to the trauma before fully and freely moving forward with our own life. It is the key to unlocking the missing puzzle pieces of who we are.

In these online constellation gatherings we will be working with collective memories within a created constellation field to explore the entanglements within our family and ancestral dynamics.

We will be stepping into collectively themed stories that are relevant for each one of us.

For me, constellation is a way to access the hidden stories and the silenced voices of the ancestors. It is all too easy to accept a version of events that is passed down from one generation to the next, from one person to the next, but with each telling the story can change and those missing parts of the story can be held unknowingly by us.  

The classes will be on zoom and will be a combination of group and paired constellation. Your zoom link will be sent to you after booking your place.

There is more information about what to expect from online constellation events here.

Monday 7th December 7-8.30pm UK time (1-2.30pm central time). £25.

December’s topic focus isSilent voices of Persecuted Witches. Nearly 4000 people were accused of witchcraft in Scotland between the 16th and 18th century. The persecution of witches in Scotland was 5 times higher than anywhere else in Europe.  I have written a blog article on a class from March 2020 exploring this collective memory.

Monday 25th January 7-8.30pm UK time (1-2.30pm central time). £25.

January’s topic focus is the ‘Untold stories from the Magdalene Laundries‘. A significant collective memory impacting the maternal line and field.

Monday 8th February 7-8.30pm UK time (1-2.30pm central time). £25.

February’s topic is ‘Lost, Forgotten and Forbidden Love’.

The historical narrative of the untold stories of love and trauma is entangled through each of our family fields. Within every single relationship there is a conscious and unconscious relationship promise.
Even when a relationship ends, the relationship promise can remain entangled and have an influence on our present and future moments.

Monday 15th March 7-8.30pm UK time (1-2.30pm central time). £25.

March’s topic is ‘Those that left’.

Migration of some kind within a family historical narrative, whether through choice or otherwise, is not uncommon. If there is an unresolved trauma around the choice to move, the entanglement will be rooted to that time and with those ancestors, and their historical narrative will flow down the line to the present generation. We can grow around their silent and unseen wounds, holding that pain as if it were our own.