Discover who you are. Connect to something greater. Love where you are from. Deepen your path.
The event happens every 2 months on the 3rd Wednesday of the month.
Space is limited to 8 people.
Listen to the following podcast to find out more about what Ancestral Constellations is and how it works. This is the approach Heather uses for the Soul of the Ancestors Cafe.
In this intimate group of up to 8 people, we will share our stories and experiences about our ancestors (or what we believe happened in their lives based on history).
The focus for this session will be on acknowledging the courage and leadership of our ancestors when they walked on the earth, knowing we have benefited from their strengths, difficulties and weaknesses.
I will facilitate a unique Ancestral Constellations session so you can have your own personal transformation and healing that can last a lifetime.
You will walk away feeling a profound connection, empathy and presence to something bigger, knowing there are many who worked and lived hard so you could be here.
The session will NOT be recorded to protect confidentiality and create safe space.
You do not need to know anything about your ancestors to participate. This group goes beyond geneology and historical information and tunes you into the soul depth of who they were -- after all, they live in your bones.
You will walk away feeling blessed, or at least touched, on a whole other level of understanding.
I've been certified through Rosalba Stocco's Family Constellations 2-year Training Program, and have been facilitating this work in groups and individually for over 6 years.
When I was first introduced to Family Constellations work, I felt disconnected from my family. I was in a state of depression and feelling lost. Constellations gave me a deeper understanding to my journey and path, helping me feeling more belonging to my roots so my life could start thriving.
I am from Western European ancestors (England, Germany, France and Crimea), some of them who were settlers and pioneers who came to the States and Canada for a better life. A couple of men in our family married African-descent women. According to my DNA I have 1% Sub-Saharan African in my lineage. I honour both the men and women who had the courage to love despite serious racial prejudice and segregation.
I also see the ancestors who hurt others, especially First Nations Peoples on Turtle Island and those who were Enslaved in the U.S.. I know I have benefited from being able to live a privileged life because of their transgressions and cruel treatment.
I hold them in my heart as a reminder of the importance of making a contribution towards mending and making the world a more fair and respectful place.
I see my ancestors and I bow, knowing they shaped me in many ways and I wouldn't be here without them.