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Transgenerational Trauma

Historical trauma that continues to weight the present.

#trauma #historical #transgenerational

Generational Trauma: A History of a Community in Trauma

Reading the detail of this history in the article below, is deeply painful. For a Systemic Constellation practitioner the question posed is easily answered. Yes, of course trauma such as war or persecution continues to impact generations into the present.

The resonance of the trauma impacts a community, a family, an individual, sometimes over many generations. The present generation is the one that we as constellators, work with.

#trauma #generational #systems #war

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Shaping the brain, becoming present in the body

Useful window into neurology and trauma, but even though Bessel van der Kolk's book, The Body Keeps the Score: Brain, Mind, and Body in the Healing of Trauma, the discussion is mostly around brain, not much body.

"Negative childhood experiences can set our brains to constantly feel danger and fear says psychiatrist and traumatic stress expert Bessel van der Kolk."

Still, an interesting window into early formation of trauma.

http://www.sideeffectspublicmedia.org/post/childhood-trauma-leads-brains-wired-fear

#trauma #fear #childhood #brain #body
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Empty Brain

"The human brain isn’t really empty, of course. But it does not contain most of the things people think it does – not even simple things such as ‘memories’."

Well, this just confirms what systemic constellation practitioners and trauma workers know already - that memory sits in the body - not the brain. Not to say that the brain is not a wonderful ......... itself. But no holder of memories.

#brain #body #mind #SystemicConstellations
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Generational Trauma: A History of a Community in Trauma

Reading the detail of this history in the article below, is deeply painful. For a Systemic Constellation practitioner the question posed is easily answered. Yes, of course trauma such as war or persecution continues to impact generations into the present.

The resonance of the trauma impacts a community, a family, an individual, sometimes over many generations. The present generation is the one that we as constellators, work with.

#trauma #generational #systems #war

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The Dimensions of Wisdom
There are many different ways of knowing.
In this article Zat Rana looks at the difference between factual knowledge and the layers of relational knowledge that produce a deepened knowing, an accumulation of what may be called wisdom.

#relational #wisdom #knowledge #knowing
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Order, control, uncertainty. Uncertainty and a not knowing are both states that are experienced in systemic constellations work - known and familiar, maybe not always comfortable.

"I see the essence of my work as becoming comfortable with uncertainty, which is actually a chapter title in my book, Leadership and the New Science. I came to that work initially through science, through an understanding of chaos as having a deeper order revealed in it......." Quote from Margaret Wheatley.

#order #organisational #interrelated #connected
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(1) Who Is Virginia Satir … and Why She Matters | LinkedIn https://buff.ly/2Iwwzjb

A constellation colleague in the States, Suzi Tucker, has written this introductory article about Virginia Satir. Her work, as well as Milton Erickson and others, infuse and enrich the Systemic Family Constellation work of Bert Hellinger. If you work with Family Constellations then you will already know of Satir. And if you have not yet met with her work, then this article is a good introduction.

Suzi also mentions a newly released video of a workshop that Virginia Satir ran in 1986. Details of availability are in body of the article below.

#VirginiaSatir #FamilyConstellations BertHellinger
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Diving Deep .......
Go deeper than love, for the soul has greater depths, love is like the grass, but the heart is deep wild rock molten, yet dense and permanent. Go down to your deep old heart, woman, and lose sight …

#soul #heart
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Short notes - Jung
Thanks to +Oxford Academic (Oxford University Press)

“Jung had always been somewhat mystical. Unlike Freud he came from a religious family, and his earliest interest had been in paranormal phenomena. He eventually fell out with Freud over what he saw as Freud’s excessive emphasis on the role of the sex drive, but also more generally as a reaction to Freud’s unremittingly rational approach. Jung was fundamentally a romantic individual who believed that analysis had the potential to bring patients to an emotionally richer, more spiritual state."

#jung #freud #spiritual
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Compassionate Habits

The cultivation of caring and connection.
_"Contrary to what many may believe, compassion is considered to be like a muscle that, as any other, can be strengthened with relevant exercises—or can deteriorate and atrophy. In other words, your capacity for compassion can expand, if you choose.
Follow these easy steps to cultivate more compassion for yourself and others."_

#compassion #caring #connection
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