One of the primary issues that clients bring to constellations is loneliness. Often people have been lonely for years, in part because of circumstances, but in part because they create contracts of isolation that are supposed to prevent heartbreak and devastation. If it is the contracts rather than the circumstances that are preventing connection, then facilitators can bring an understanding that there is a circuit committed to feeling the loss and the aloneness and that clients will continue to cycle until full acknowledgment of the past has been made. Join Sarah Peyton to explore PANIC/GRIEF in constellations.
This webinar includes a brief introduction to the relational neuroscience of the GRIEF/PANIC circuit and the way that it can show up and be used in constellations, a small breakout group for exploration, and then a large group constellation. The seeker was selected by a lottery of those who agreed to be recorded for others’ learning.
- 90 minutes
- Purchase includes access to watch and download the recording and review the slides
- Part of the Neuroscience and Constellation Monthly Series: Circuits of Emotion and Motivation