A Tribute to Hunter Beaumont

Hunter Beaumont’s contribution to Family and Systemic Constellations work will endure far beyond the day of his passing on Monday June 5th, 2023.

A master psychotherapist and teacher, his non-judgemental compassion, irreverent humour and delicate sense for systemic balance complemented that of Bert Hellinger and forged a flowing collaboration between the two. Their mutual trust helped many clients face and resolve hidden relationship dynamics over the years. Hunter is widely known for his co-authorship of ‘Love’s Hidden Symmetry’, which is considered essential reading for anyone interested in Constellations work.

Practicing in Germany for the past 30 years, Hunter had the unique experience of working with World War II and Holocaust survivors and their descendants. Through this work he discovered that healing requires attending to the soul, a process he describes as an “inner ‘felt sense’ and common, everyday dimension of experience.” Demonstrating how therapists can integrate this more spiritual approach into their practices, Beaumont highlighted the particular successes of the innovative family constellations therapy. A crucial part of Beaumont’s spiritual psychotherapy practice, this method has helped many of his clients release and resolve profound tensions, and offers hope to people recovering from trauma or PTSD, or simply trying to navigate life’s difficulties.

As a token of our gratitude for the knowledge received from Hunter, we open this Masterclass to all who would love to hear the compassionate insights from this great Teacher, Facilitator, Therapist, Mentor, Friend and now, Ancestor of this knowledge lineage. Thank you Hunter Beaumont.

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Deeply moving wisdom shared by a remarkable human being. Hunter explains the German word Stimmer as a tuning in to each other, from the heart. Listening from the heart is different from the usual listening we do. The gift of constellation work can open our hearts and help us explore who we are, or are becoming. That we are part of many systems..
Grateful to have had the opportunity to listen to this interview- thank you for making it available 🙏

So moving Tanja. Thanks for your questions and for your deep listening of Hunter’s wisdom. I feel like you, it is so conforting to know that our Elders support us in our humble walk. What a treasure. I deeply appreciate your generosity and commitment to this work. 🙏❤

This was to me a deep experience, listening and watching and sensing them both. In comings and in goings and in a returning and into opening of meaning into deep wisdom. Thank you both deeply.

Thank you for this post. Being blessed with Dyslexia I need say no more and look forward to engaging more please,

This was lovely. Thank you for providing it as a gift. If he ever gave a list of the books about the origins of (in essence) the brutality that stemmed from the European continent, I would love to see it. Many thanks.

Brilliant conversation. Thank you!