How do we constellate and support healing from alarmed aloneness (the shock and grief that arise when someone important to us disappears, or when we find ourselves too alone in our lives)? How is alarmed aloneness connected with our clients’ sense of the Void – the deep unknown that is part of the implicit of every human? What are the roles of Play and Joy in embracing the universal human experiences of loneliness and separation? How do we let constellations guide us into the paradox of being apart and coming together? Neuroscience and Panksepp’s Circuit of Emotion and Motivation will play a role in leveraging constellations to support clients who bring questions of aloneness to us for healing.
Over this 4-day immersion week participants will:
- Learn the interrelationship of the Circuits of Emotion and Motivation and how alarmed aloneness can be exacerbated and helped by the interactions of the different circuits
- Take away a sense of a path toward accompaniment of our own deepest loneliness’s, which then helps us to accompany and support our clients
- Expand the use of unconscious contracts to provide openings for healing for experiences of grief, shame, and experiences of abandonment
Join Sarah Peyton for this exploration of what neuroscience and constellations can do to help us hold our clients pain and struggles in a way that contributes to long-term wellbeing and healing.
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