A national day of Constellations to explore urgent social issues.
Gun violence, healing, and peace.
Date: Monday Jan 18, MLK Day
Location: The Women's Building (3543 18th St, SF 94110)
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When it comes to understanding complex systems, especially ones that leave us feeling fearful and out of control, our best analysis will fail us every time.
This is because analysis breaks things down into smaller parts with the expectation that it will help us understand the whole. It often results in models that are incomplete, and solutions that don’t address the problem.
Without a systemic understanding, analysis leaves out the most important part of a system: relationships. Which parts attract, support and fuel each other? Which parts repel? Which are out of place? Which are missing?
There is a technology that is capable of understanding highly nuanced relationships between parts of a system. With it we can test new configurations to determine when a system is most aligned. It allows us to understand what’s missing and perceive when the system is whole.
The Human Being.
You, and me.
Our bodies are able to experience the relationships between the parts of the system. We can feel which parts attract, support and fuel each other, which parts repel, which are out of place and which are missing. The field of Systemic Constellations makes use of our innate ability to perceive the relationships in a system so that we may bring insight and change when they are broken.
THIS IS A CALL AND AN INVITATION
The call is for communities to come together to explore the complex challenges that we face today, and to bring the gift of this work to bear on these challenging times.
The invitation is for all who desire to deeply understand and respond to the challenges we face. We will explore, not with debate and limited analysis, but with openness, heart and hope.
We will bring our whole being to the questions
that are most important, questions like:
What is going on here?
What is my place?
What does healing look like?