Family Constellation Work
Date: 9th February 2020
Time: 10am to 6pm
Led by Dr.Dietrich Klinghardt MD, PhD and Daniela Deiosso
Our level of physical and emotional health is largely dependent on the level and amount of energy that is available to us. Physical energy is created by what we eat, breathe, drink and how we move our bodies.
The consensus reality tells us that our emotional and psychological wellness is a result of what we think, what we have learned, experienced and suffered, how we interpret our lives. But our system is also invisibly and constantly infused with – and nurtured by – the energy we receive from our ancestors in ways we do not understand yet.
The Japanese call it Ki, the Chinese Chi. The flow of Ki that is available to us from our parents, no matter if they are alive or deceased, is dependent on our ability to open up to them, how much we can respect or honour them.
Traumatic childhood experiences, misunderstandings and the consequences of neglect, blame and unforgiveness stand in the way of embracing the simple love of our parents, grandparents and our more distant ancestors.
In this workshop, Dr Klinghardt will lead the course participants to a deeper understanding of how their illness or unwellness is so often and largely a consequence of unhealed wounds in the distant past, often several generations back.
Using Bert Hellinger’s constellation work and bringing a heartful healing intent to children, parents, partners – and their deceased ancestors – major shifts in health and wellbeing, perception, and understanding are possible.
Family Constellation work forms a key part of the 5 Levels of healing and is designed to work on issues such as:
- Chronic infections
- Long-term illnesses
- Emotional issues
Dr Klinghardt is a licensed medical doctor practising in Seattle, Washington. He has been practising and teaching the family constellation work for over 20 years as part of his Integrative Medical Practice. He was elected physician of the year worldwide in 2008 by the Global Foundation of Integrative Medicine.
Coffee, tea and light snacks are provided during the breaks.
There is a 1 hour break for lunch each day.
Lunch is not included.
Peredur Centre, West Hoathly Road, East Grinstead, East Sussex. RH19 4NF
Local Taxi companies are listed below.
- Forest Cars: 01342. 822 228
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- Southdown Cars: 01342. 317 400
Nearest train station is East Grinstead.
For those staying on site, bedlinen & towels are provided. Please bring a torch, as there is not much outside lighting. Student style communal kitchens are available too.
Please do contact us if you have any special/mobility requirements or concerns; firstname.lastname@example.org