THE SYSTEMIC ORGANIZATIONAL CONSTELLATION

There are different ways to work with a constellation

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One way is to use a table top set and use these elements in the constellation.

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A second way is to use floor anchors as elements, where you will need an empty floor.

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A third way is to use people as representatives for the different elements.

A participant holding an issue describes an organizational dilemma and with the help of the facilitator identifies which question to ask and which key elements to choose to represent the dilemma. These elements could be employees, management, government, other stakeholders, nations or ethnic groups, or more conceptual elements like purpose, a new product to launch, resources, obstacles, the planed or emerging future.

These elements are then intuitively placed in relation to each other. What is surprising is that the elements by connecting to them, are able to report accurately the experience of those or what they are representing. This reveals hidden dynamics that are worked with creatively to explore new and deep perspectives that go below conventional awareness to reveal profound resolutions.

These elements constellate in relation to each other either by the issue holder or by the representatives, when using people as elements. Living beings have an inborn ability to tune into a field and constellate a system, like neurons in a big brain working in a systemic unified field of consciousness. This ability is by the Cambridge University researcher and PhD Rupert Sheldrake coined the morphic resonance field. The constellation reveals hidden dynamics to explore new and deep insights that go beyond conventional awareness to reveal profound solutions being born from this knowing field.

THE 3 PRINCIPAL KEYS AT WORK IN A SYSTEM

  1. Bonding – everyone deserves a place in the system

  2. Order – there is a specific order

  3. Reciprocity – the balance in giving and taking

THE 3 SPHERES

  1. Personal or unit conscience

  2. System conscience

  3. Evolutionary force

THE 3 INTERVENTIONS IN A SYSTEM

1st order – Find a solution to the problem.

2nd order – Working with the symptoms behind the problem.

3rd order – Creating a transformative state and a possibility to work with the emerging future, as it unfolds in the system.

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