Voices from the Field
As systemic constellation work is used more widely, we encounter facilitators and practitioners from ever-widening backgrounds and specialisms. Voices from the Field provides a space to bring together these different voices and experiences. In this way, CSC seeks to contribute to the deepening and widening of the lens, learning and application of this wonderful work.
Our featured authors explore the application of constellation work in areas ranging from personal therapy, bodywork, and health through to corporate settings, the judiciary and governance, as well as from those working in creative practices.
According to each authors’ sphere of expertise, they explore the application of constellation work in areas ranging from personal therapy, bodywork, and health through to corporate settings, the judiciary and governance, as well as from those working in creative professions and the arts.
The authors address questions such as How can a facilitator be of service to the creative journey? What does it mean to really bring radical inclusion into the crafting of a novel’s structure or indeed a legal system? What happens when a Shiatsu practitioner uses constellation work as part of the body’s healing journey? Can you constellate a film and what happens when you do? How might radical inclusion improve the devising process of a piece of theatre? How does a focus on the orders of Exchange and Belonging impact working with couples? What happens when we look at physical symptoms through a systemic lens?
By inviting contributions from constellators working in a huge array of professional contexts, we hope that Voices from the Field will create a body of insights, learning and innovation, helpful for all of us working in the unified systemic field.
The insights gained from practitioners in this series of articles address the fundamental questions and movements needed to support a healthier, more fulfilled life. How can we use constellations as an integral part of other healing arts or indeed western medicine? The insights encourage us to take cue from our illnesses, aches and pains and explore the orders of love that are out of place. Read more
In this series of articles authors challenge conventional beliefs and practices around art and the artistic process. They show how constellations can add huge insights into the creative process and help performers become more aware of the dynamics that influence the way they relate to each other and add depth and richness to the art they create. They question whether the quality of a creative piece of work or art is the personal responsibility and intellectual property of its creator or does creativity came from somewhere other than the artist or creator of the work? Read more
Our Roles and Relationships
Our life is in constant flux: we hold many different roles and relationships. We are daughters and sons, mothers, fathers, grandparents, friends and siblings, aunties and uncles, work colleagues and so much more. Each of these roles and life stages bring their own challenges. And it is in each and every relationship, be it a close or distant one, fulfilled and loving, tense, broken and/or unhappy that our lives unfold. Authors explore how our deepest need to belong to our family can help or hinder our life to flourish. The authors show how constellations can help us live life fully. Read more
The World of Work
For some time, facilitators have been using a systemic lens to explore and effect change in the workplace, from large corporations, government structures and educational bodies through to small businesses and individuals addressing issues they face in work or seeking a change in career. We hear from those using systemic constellations to help clients identify their purpose, affect positive change and movement with regards to personal and professional leadership in an exciting variety of working environments. Read more