HOW DO I CONSTELLATE MY TOPIC?
There are different ways, or settings, for doing a constellation. The most traditional form is in a group. Individual and online sessions are both available as well with more frequency. More details about each setting can be found below. You can also schedule a 20 minute Get-to-Know-Meghan to see what option is recommended based on your needs.
CIRCLES & WORKSHOPS
Constellations started as a therapeutic process done in a group setting, or Circle. During a Circle or Workshop, another person represents someone or something that is part of the issue you are trying to resolve or find insight. The parts interact naturally showing the story between them and therefore illustrating the reality of the situation. A Circle setting gives form to the topic being constellated and makes it easier to interpret because of the images that emerge. A common question comes up: How is it that the people react as they do? The "Knowing Field" is the answer. For science lovers, this has basis in quantum mechanics and is explained by a Morphic Field.
Like in a Circle setting, an individual family constellation begins with you setting up a representation of your "inner image", which is the image you have of your family situation or the topic you are constellating. The family members or elements of the topic are represented by figures or floor mats and the objects act as a stand-in for people in a group setting. Movements are made, relationships between the parts are revealed and a new image eventually emerges, an image of healing and resolution. An individual session is more active. You and I enter the “Field” and work through the process together. An individual session has the potential to be just as powerful as a Circle setting, and it is recommended if you prefer privacy and/or need an immediate session.
Working online is an excellent option for either individual sessions or in a group setting, which takes place once a month using Zoom. Online constellations like the other modalities shows the same initial images and relationships between the parts. The same process unfolds and often with technology showing us more of the story. See Testimonials for reviews of online Circles and individual sessions.