Without consciously realizing it, the constellation facilitator, in working with the client, is working with the client’s brain, and with the other brains that the client’s brain holds within it. The client’s brain holds their mother, of course, and their father, and the significant others that have been in the client’s life. In this session, we will learn the relational neuroscience of holding others in our brains, as well as movements that support self-compassion and the disentangling of our brains.
When talking about the representation in our brains of Others that died, I was reminded of this saying: “Grief is love that has become homeless.”
Beautiful, timeless love. Thank you Antje!