Francesca Mason Boring

BIOGRAPHY – Francesca Mason Boring

Francesca Mason Boring is a Western Shoshone, (an indigenous tribe in the United States), bi-cultural author, international facilitator and trainer of Family Constellation. Informed by the work of many of the early Masters in Family Systems Constellation, as well as her own indigenous elders, Mason-Boring has been a contributor in the development of the integration of ceremony and ritual in family constellation work as well as the inclusion of nature in facilitation as a support for trauma. Mason- Boring has provided Facilitator Training, workshops and served as faculty for Systems Constellation Intensives. Francesca has presented at numerous conferences on the topic of the Universal Indigenous Field and serves on the advisory board for The Knowing Field, an international scholarly journal on systems constellation.

Her writing and developments in systemic constellation encourage expansion of the application of the work into social and community systems as well as family systems. Francesca is a member of the International Systems Constellation Association (ISCA).

www.allmyrelationsconstellations.com

https://realacademy.net/courses/nature-constellations

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Lindiwe Mthembu-Salter

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Facilitator of systemic and family constellations, Diploma in Humanistic and Integrative Counseling (Bachelor UK), Instructor (enables) in multicultural education and well-being in self-care techniques at Phuzumoya Consulting (phuzumoya means’ to drink or embrace the wind / spirit in Zulu ), Bachelor of Arts – Anthropology (UWC, South Africa).

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Umsamo: tending to our ancestral hearth

Tanja Meyburgh and Lindiwe Mthembu- Salter

In the South African Zulu tradition, the Umsamo is the place in the homestead that is the shrine of the ancestors in the home.  This place not only contains the precious keepsakes and ancestral symbols, but also the spirit of the ancestral lineage who are part of everyday life. In times of illness or calamity, one is required to tend the Umsamo which is both the act of visiting this place, as well as tending to one’s personal relationship with ancestors through pahla, ceremony or ritual.

As facilitators, when stepping into fields of victim and perpetrator dynamics, we need to tend to our own Umsamo, so that what may be hidden in our own ancestral fields, does not come from the unconscious to sabotage the reconciliation work we are trying to bring.  In this self-care and self-development process of tending the Umsamo, we also find our resources, strength and resilience to face the healing that is needed for people, territories and nations.

Lindiwe, will share her experiences as a Zulu and a Black woman in a post-colonial and Apartheid South Africa, focusing her gaze on the concept of understanding internalized oppression.  We know that every abuse, if not discharged or healed, could create a distress pattern of rigidity, destructive or ineffective feelings or behaviours in the victim of mistreatment or racism. Racism is a form of oppression that has been systematically initiated, encouraged and powerfully enforced by the the majority culture and their institutions. Tanja will speak to her experiences of pioneering constellations work in South Africa, and the tending of the personal Umsamo of her perpetrator ancestry while following the calling to bridge the divides between African and Western people and traditions.

Together, Tanja and Lindiwe, will share how to tend your own Umsamo in ways that honor the people, territories and nations from which you come, and in which you now live.

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Together Tanja and Lindiwe will lead an experiential integrated constellation workshop and Zulu cultural ritual with the intention of reconciliation and healing of our individual and collective Umsamo related to racism, slavery and oppression. Everyone is welcome to join.

Tanja Meyburgh

BIOGRAPHY

Tanja Meyburgh, counselling psychologist, is renowned Family and Systems Constellations trainer and supervisor. As founder of African Constellations, she is the primary pioneer of constellations work in South Africa, and has 18 years of experience specialising in this field. More recently Tanja has co-founded Ancestral Connections and REAL Academy an online resource for Embodied and Ancestral Learning.

With her training and experience in narrative, wilderness, art therapy, and African lineage wisdom, Tanja provides a creative and experiential learning space that brings a sense of soul and spirit in a psychologically grounded way. Her interest in self-growth, personal & collective ritual and embodiment supports her to hold a broad and deep container for clients and trainees’ personal and professional process. Tanja lives in Cape Town with her two children.

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Introduction

Umsamo: tending to our ancestral hearth

Tanja Meyburgh and Lindiwe Mthembu- Salter

In the South African Zulu tradition, the Umsamo is the place in the homestead that is the shrine of the ancestors in the home.  This place not only contains the precious keepsakes and ancestral symbols, but also the spirit of the ancestral lineage who are part of everyday life. In times of illness or calamity, one is required to tend the Umsamo which is both the act of visiting this place, as well as tending to one’s personal relationship with ancestors through pahla, ceremony or ritual.

As facilitators, when stepping into fields of victim and perpetrator dynamics, we need to tend to our own Umsamo, so that what may be hidden in our own ancestral fields, does not come from the unconscious to sabotage the reconciliation work we are trying to bring.  In this self-care and self-development process of tending the Umsamo, we also find our resources, strength and resilience to face the healing that is needed for people, territories and nations.

Lindiwe, will share her experiences as a Zulu and a Black woman in a post-colonial and Apartheid South Africa, focusing her gaze on the concept of understanding internalized oppression.  We know that every abuse, if not discharged or healed, could create a distress pattern of rigidity, destructive or ineffective feelings or behaviours in the victim of mistreatment or racism. Racism is a form of oppression that has been systematically initiated, encouraged and powerfully enforced by the the majority culture and their institutions. Tanja will speak to her experiences of pioneering constellations work in South Africa, and the tending of the personal Umsamo of her perpetrator ancestry while following the calling to bridge the divides between African and Western people and traditions.

Together, Tanja and Lindiwe, will share how to tend your own Umsamo in ways that honor the people, territories and nations from which you come, and in which you now live.

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Together Tanja and Lindiwe will lead an experiential integrated constellation workshop and Zulu cultural ritual with the intention of reconciliation and healing of our individual and collective Umsamo related to racism, slavery and oppression. Everyone is welcome to join.

Dan Cohen and Emily Blefeld

BIOGRAPHY – Dan Cohen and Emily Blefeld

Dan Cohen, PhD and Emily Blefeld, LICSW are the co-founders of Seeing with Your Heart. They have offered Constellations training, deep-dive intensives and individual sessions throughout the United States and in 10 nations internationally. Scientists by background and mystics by practice, their Systemic Family Constellations access ancestral and spirit consciousness to help clients navigate the complexity of 21st century life. Seeing with Your Heart means opening the heart as an organ of perception in a way where multidimensional consciousness becomes tangibly real. Through this ability, Emily and Dan have created an innovative approach for lifting the weight of personal, inherited and societal trauma and supporting their clients to live their fullest life. 

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Freeing the Future from the Collective Bloodshed of the Past:

Constellating Ancient Wounds and Eternal Resources

By Dan Cohen, PhD and Emily Blefeld, LICSW

“A collective problem, if not recognized as such, always appears as a personal problem” – Carl Jung

A century ago, Carl Jung proposed that humans were primed for an alchemical transformation, a mystical union of humankind in its wholeness. In this, he recognized that an individual’s sense of limitations was imposed by both societal conditioning and the transmission of inherited fates from ancestors and historic trends of their times.A century later, though his vision is far from fulfilled, there is a growing core of humanity questioning how to live free amidst oppression, remain vibrant within a decaying overculture, and develop our collective potential for all living organisms.

Human beings are born with extraordinary capacity to experience personal, family, ancestral, soul and spirit consciousness in the pulse of everyday moments. As we move through life, the deep, inherited wounds of war, displacement, slavery, poverty and violence constrict our spirit. The corrosive voice of shame, blame and fear imprisons our minds. We attempt to live, love, and do power differently; yet, what we resist, persists often hijacking our hope for healing.

Seeing with Your Heart founders, Dan Cohen and Emily Blefeld, will explore how contemporary social issues have their origins in collective patterns of perpetration and victimization. These entanglements are often far older than the immediate family lineage. An individual who commits a terrible crime is punished by society. However, when a nation or its people commit crimes against humanity on a vast scale, there is no mechanism to balance the scales of justice on behalf of those who were victimized. This is especially true for the colonial powers that perpetrated genocide, enslavement and conquest.

With the darkest aspects of colonialism written out of the historic narratives of a nation’s past, the need for punishment, atonement and restitution does not disappear from the hearts and bodies of the descendants of those violent times. Generations, centuries and even millennia later, the Victim-Perpetrator bond merges the fates of those who were enslavers with those who were enslaved, those who conquered and those whose communities were wiped out.

In this experiential workshop, Dan and Emily will facilitate a small group exercise and one-to-two personal constellations that incorporate family, ancestral, historic and archetypal fields in a single process.Their Constellations call in ancestral, mythic, and spirit resources that are accessed by representatives in a tangibly real way. They are teaching humanity’s healing movement. Diving deep into the trauma of human cruelty and suffering is not easy; it is the best tool we know for finding freedom, strength and clarity.

 

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Joaquim Parra Marujo 

BIOGRAPHY – Joaquim Parra Marujo

Joaquim Parra Marujo is a transpersonal psychotherapist, university professor, director and researcher at Unitranspessoal: Action-Research Unit of Transpersonal Psychology and Gerontology and member of: Portuguese Society of Geography, International Association of Counselors and Therapists, Global Ageing Research Network (IAGG’s-GARN ), New York Academy of Sciences, International Society for Gerontechnology, British Geriatrics Society, Association of Ibero-American Networked Anthropologists. He has training in anthropology (PhD), psychology, mental health clinic (MD), community mental health, hypnosis, scenic and body methods (theater of the oppressed, holistic theater, psychodrama), NLP, coaching, gerontology and trainer in transpersonal psychology and in family constellations in Lisbon, Malta and Warsaw.

Born in Mozambique, Lourenço Marques on December 12, 1951. He was a University Professor at the following Universities: Lusophone, Modern, Independent, Autonomous of Lisbon, Santiago de Compostela, at the João de Deus Higher School of Education, Military Health Service School, Superior School of Design, IADE, Superior School of Health Technology of Porto, Superior School of Technologies and Arts of Lisbon, Superior Institute of Applied Psychology, Superior Institute of Health Technologies. Worked in the following hospitals: Santa Maria, S. José , Curry Cabral, Capuchos, Santa Marta and Júlio de Matos. He worked for years in social exclusion (homelessness and drug addiction). He is a lecturer at more than 150 scientific events in Europe, USA, Israel and China.

He is the author of several scientific articles such as: Movement of body, spirit and soul. Education for life. Education for death. The finitude and infinity of existence: the demand for trans personality. Therapeutic dialogue, in socio-cultural animation. The language of the encounter: The chaos of words. The influence of television in modeling aggressive behavior in children. Communication as a relationship paradigm. Relaxation, meditation and hypnosis techniques in health / illness. Smart skirting board and cognitive modifiability (Feuerstein): Neuroplasticity and Cognitive Modifiability. Smart skirting board to cognitive stimulation, meditation and Alzheimer. Autobiography of the oppressed teacher in the theater of the oppressed, etc.

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Peoples, Territories and Nations
In the systemic view workshop about Peoples, Territories and Nations we will have three strands to consider:
The dissociative (or differentiating), the associative (or integrating) and the multidimensional (family relationships, social and the cultural-symbolic and spaces-places identity conception) which manifests in the body, in the emotions, in the cognition, in spirituality and the soul.
To be born in a specific Country, to belong to a people, to coexist on land and to assume a Nation has systemic implications that modify the energetic field of the family and, consequently, current and future generations take on the pain (longing, suffering, uprooting, exclusion, diseases, etc.).
The experienced entanglements in those spaces-places (abortions, murders, slavery, inheritances, etc.) have profound repercussions on a personal, family level and for families to come.
“I am not an Athenian or a Greek, but a citizen of the world.” – Socrates
“I am not confined to the limits of a city: wherever I am, I am a foreigner.” – Aristipo de Cirene in Xenofonte

 

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Maria Gorjão Henriques

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Maria Gorjão Henriques, mentor and organizer of the congress, was born on May 11, 1971. Psychologist, Astrologer, Teacher, Trainer and Facilitator of Family Constellations, for over 14 years. It looks at the various disciplines, as a way of working that reconciles and unifies the various areas of therapeutic intervention.

He has developed his work observing and looking for the source of human suffering, which, most of the times, is in a void of love caused by a loss of soul parts that are left behind, throughout life, by unconscious loyalties to the clan. family, due to conditioning in their education or because, at certain times in life, they are unable to be consistent and sufficiently loyal to themselves.

Founder of Espaço Amar, a space that promotes new consciences, through the awakening of each one, for a journey of self-knowledge, on the path of individuation and where work is developed, seeking to make the marriage between a conventional and holistic approach

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As human beings we are linked to an immensity of systems and structures. From our bodies, to the family, to the city, to the territory and country where we were born, to the religion in which we were baptized, to the continent to which we belong. All of them form an integrated system, by parts, which are interrelated with each other, in such a way that each fulfills a function towards the other.

But of all the systems in which we are immersed, what most influences us is our family, which represents the basic unit by which our society is constituted.

Through the family, genetic inheritances, culture, knowledge and resources are transmitted from generation to generation, but also the pains, hurts, problematic relationships, shame, injustices and silences of the system.

Family constellations present themselves as a very effective therapy, as they come to recreate and bring to light the hidden dynamics that underlie the situation presented, providing the restoration of life and the release of repressed energy.

Therefore, they are a bridge to the reality of life that is not manifested through our common language, but through the deep movements of the soul that so often transcend our ability to understand in everyday life. It is a work that integrates body and soul from the hidden orders of love.

To get in touch with this greater truth is to open ourselves up to a systemic dimension that explains our life and makes us aware of the strength of love and the loyalties that move our lives.

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