Healing Sentences?

What are healing sentences? What is the function of healing sentences? How do you, as a facilitator, ascertain what the best healing sentence is in any given situation? When is the best time to use healing sentences? How do you know if a healing sentence has been effective?

Illness?

What is your definition of illness, or What is the systemic view of illness? How can we work with illness in a systemic way? What are your views on death as a constellations facilitator? What are some of the constellations interventions focused on illness that have stayed with you? What have you noticed and learnt about illness as a facilitator? What should other facilitators be aware of when working with physical illness?

Representation?

What does it mean to ‘serve as a representative’? What is the difference between representing and role-playing? How can we best prepare representatives to step into a role? What are your thoughts on ‘representative perception’? What do you do if a role is too much for someone? What do you do as a facilitator when representatives get out of hand, or talk too much? What do you do if an attendee reports after a few days that they are struggling to shake the role?

The Knowing Field?

What is the knowing field? How do you work with the field in constellation work? What are some of the defining qualities of the knowing field, or how do you know that you are working in the knowing field? What is the relationship between the knowing field and the family soul? Do you work with the field outside of constellation work? What does the field have to teach us?

Resources?

What are the main resources available during a constellation? As a constellations facilitator, how do you work with resources in constellations? How do you decide which resource is best in any particular situation? How do you resource yourself as a facilitator?
Healing Sentences with Bertold Ulsamer

Audio only: mp3

A healing sentence is a sentence that allows participants to breathe out after it is said and it brings relaxation. It also brings depth. Bertold also mentions three groups of sentences: facts, the energy (or emotions) and sentences of order.

Bertold Ulsamer’s bio

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