A workshop with Daan van Kampenhout
Daan van Kampenhout is a highly regarded shamanic practitioner and systemic constellator who has a great international reputation. His books, Images of the Soul and The Tears of the Ancestors, are highly respected contributions to the field of Systemic Constellation Work.
The CSC are delighted to welcome Daan back to London in February 2020 as an international guest speaker to host what promises to be a wonderful event.
Richard Wallstein writes:
“…in opening a discussion of the tribal soul and related dynamics, he adds a dimension to the constellation work which is valuable and important for practitioners to consider, even if a shamanic approach is not their orientation”
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For more information about Daan and his work please visit: www.daanvankampenhout.com
“We often experience ourselves as if we are not fully integrated. We might say: “My head said I should do A, but my heart wanted to do B’, or: “I wasn’t fully there, but a part of me wasn’t present.”
In many ways, big and small, we are often not fully connected with all that we are. In these two days, we will look at various kinds of disconnectedness in our psyche, heart and soul – and find ways to connect the loose pieces again.
Turning inwards we can find old and new resources there, and we can consciously connect these to the parts in ourselves that can benefit from them.
Opening up to the world of ancestors and spirit, we learn how to bring strength from there into our inner world. With the help of a variety of exercises and systemic rituals, we will work towards a sense of integration, gaining an increased sense of self and a stronger awareness of resources that can help us to stay connected to ourselves.”