Two of the questions I am most often asked is: “We see the shifts during constellations. Some people change and keep going and others subside again. Why? The other question I am most often asked is: “Can you show me a practical way to shift that I can use on a daily basis. “
The Mayo clinic describes burnout as a special type of work-related stress — a state of physical or emotional exhaustion that involves a sense of reduced accomplishment and loss of personal identity.
Many of you have shared how your lives have changed since you started doing constellations work. You ask how to do more of that on a daily basis and you also ask what transformation really means.
Often what stops you most in life are the invisible do’s and don’ts that keep you locked down. Let me explain. We are all part of many systems.
Difficult events in your life aren’t train smashes or limiters, they’re portals, clues and pivot points! As I write this blog I am struck yet again by the numbers of people I hear say: “My life will never be the same again” or “I will always carry this with me.” Yes, that’s true but it’s how you carry things with you, or how your life changes that matters.
People are a little surprised when I tell them that magicians, magic and spells are alive and spells are cast every day and quite possibly you are under one too. Let me explain.
Science shows that your brain is shaped and changed by your choices about your experiences every day. This is referred to as neural plasticity. Understanding what lives in your systems, beginning with your family system, can help you to change patterns, increase happiness, health and success.
I am going to show you how to use systemic work to create your own success and you are going to learn to use basic constellations.
Often, we are deeply loyal to the failure and suffering that may run generations deep in our family systems. It’s interesting how this loyalty to failure often makes us blind to the gifts that are also ours from our systems.
Genealogy is more than a record of your ancestry. It holds the clues to where you belong, and how and why you struggle or succeed. And if you know how to look at what’s in your lineage, it may just change your life–now and for generations to come.