Sept 27 – 28. 2014
SCARS OF ATTACHMENT SOUVENIRS OF LOVE
The Theory of Object Relations
Colette Green & Carmel O’Connor
Venue: Mardyke House
The Mardyke Cork City
Cost: Euro 250.00
Timings: 9.15am to 5.00pm
Scars of Attachment: Object Relations Theory says that our primary need is for relationship.
Souvenirs of Love: Bert Hellinger’s work continues to unfold healing movements in relationship at all levels. Life goes back to whence it came and love tries to find its way. This phenomenological method includes everything that ‘is’ with love. The Workshop will explore experientially the idea that our Scars of Attachment are recognizable as Souvenirs of love.
We are profoundly affected by our need to belong and our sense of separateness.
In the constellation work we understand how we reach out in our yearning to be met and how our contact with others got interrupted. We see ways in which people do belong in family systems often connected by loyalties and conscience through intergenerational entanglements, systemic identifications and object relationships. We use Inclusive compassion as the lens for enlarging the family picture, to see and feel the hidden dynamics that underlie the family system and a new image may emerge. In
A soul image may emerge beyond the limits of the personality attuned to the creative guiding force of life. Bert Hellinger calls this The Spirit Mind or Tao.
The whole group is involved in constellation work, whether as client or representative in the service of a client’s family or as part of the essential holding group within which the work unfolds.
Personal issues can be touched in a profound way seeing how love has been blocked and how it can flow, where hearts have had to close and how still we have remembered and remained loyal. This work has a delicate simplicity which impacts and ripples deeply, it can move our Souls when there is a place for ‘everything’ and ‘all’ are re-membered with love.
For further details: www.ochre.ie
Colette: 0868267687/ email@example.com/
Carmel : 0862260237/ firstname.lastname@example.org