- Saturday - 26 / 10 / 2019
- Colet House Blue Room
- Family Constellation Workshop with Julie Ulbricht
Family Constellation Workshop with Julie Ulbricht
An opportunity to explore an issue that is having an impact in your life, whether it is in the area of health, career or relationships. With the help of the group, we can begin to see more clearly the patterns we repeat and the influence of our family system and, in doing so, we are able to take a step towards freedom.
In the process of Family Constellations we ask others to represent members of our family or parts of ourselves. Setting these representatives out physically in a room we begin to map out their relationships. This process continues as the representatives’ experience begins to provide more information about blocks, entanglements and omissions in our family system. Secrets that have been buried in the family, people who have been excluded: all have their influence on subsequent generations and, as we begin to see what has been hidden or forgotten, so the process of healing can begin.
“Julie created a safe group space in which to truly be, connect, relax and regenerate and she has the knowledge, insight, strength and intuition to guide safely through whatever the space brings.” Claire, Surrey
“The constellation work I had with Julie Ulbricht astonished me in its accuracy. It took me exactly to the “pocket" of childhood trauma that I needed to revisit in order to burst it open and break free from. Julie’s expertise, combined with her gentle manner and deep intuition, creates the ideal environment for deep healing. The process with all its dynamics seems to be driven by an element of magic." Dana, Hertford
Julie Ulbricht is an Ayurvedic Practitioner working in London & Sussex. She became interested in trauma and family systems as part of the underlying causes of ill health and began to explore methods such as Feeding Your Demons to look at and address the root causes of ill-health. Julie trained as a Family Constellations Facilitator and has regular supervision with Barbara Morgan. She has also studied with a number of other teachers including Stephan Hausner, Francesca Mason Boring and Ty Francis.
“The foundation and backbone of my practice is many years practice of meditation and bodywork. Why are these important? Because the ability to listen, sometimes to hear behind the words and to sense what the body is communicating, offer a way to connect at a deeper level.”
What to expect
I am looking forward to sharing the transforming work of Family Constellations with you. Some of you have experience of Family Constellations and others are new to this work. Whatever you bring with you adds to the mix.
Witnessing your own Constellation, acting as a representative in another person’s Constellation or simply being present and witnessing the work as part of the group can be enough to create a profound internal shift. Please be aware that Family Constellations can be deeply transformative. Please ensure that this is the right time for you. If there is anything you would like to discuss prior to booking, then please get in touch with me:
Julie 07529 549589
or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Family Constellations, created by Bert Hellinger, is a way of making explicit the role our ancestors play in our lives and helping to resolve trauma which has been passed down the generations. In the process of Family Constellations we ask others to represent members of our family. Setting these representatives out physically in a room, we begin to map out the relationships between family members. This process continues as the representatives’ experience begins to provide more information about blocks, entanglements and omissions in our family system. Secrets that have been buried in the family, people who have been excluded: all have their influence on subsequent generations and, as we begin to see what has been hidden or forgotten, so the process of healing can begin.
“Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.” George Santayana
We may notice the presence of trauma in our family history: early deaths of parents or siblings, separations, violence and abuse, the influence of war. Or we may notice the symptoms of trauma: addiction, depression, anxiety, chronic ill health, mental illness. Seeing the influences that shaped our parents may help us to accept their shortcomings with more compassion. We are all connected, and when we can fully accept our parents as they are, then we can truly accept ourselves and walk our path with joy.
Contact email@example.com for information and booking
Led by Julie Ulbricht
Held at Colet House in the Blue Room
Saturday - 26 / 10 / 2019
Book online here :
10:00 am - 5:30 pm