Do you ever become angry and contemptuous with yourself for not being able to take action? Do you ever feel paralyzed, and call yourself “lazy?” Do your clients ever worry that they or their children are “lazy?” Condemning self and others for “laziness” is a primary shadow action, with interesting elements of sadism. Understanding the neurobiology of immobilization is an important element of both personal healing and client support in constellation work, and leads to greater self-compassion and more ability to take action. Join Sarah Peyton to experience the effectiveness of accompaniment for immobilization.
This webinar will include a brief lecture on the relational neuroscience of laziness, a mini-constellation breakout so that everyone can explore, and a large-group constellation if there is time. The seeker will be selected by a lottery of those who agree to be recorded for others’ learning.