Creative Constellations is a healing art that uses the energetic fields of a family, ancestral lineage and other forces to heal wounds that impact us for generations.
In this workshop, we'll be looking at your ancestral line, current family and other elements to see where repetitive patterns have been passed from one generation to another, often diminishing the Creative Spark in your life. Using the Ancestral Family constellations process we will merge the past with the present creating a new future personally, and collectively.
*Creativity. What is the Creative story we are here to continue?
*Connection. To the Land and Earth. The Connection with Spirit is everywhere.
*Intuition. Experience the felt sense that is always available. Naturally knowing what you sense in every situation.
*Presence. The Present includes the past and the future. What keeps you out of the here and now? The result is you miss life and life misses you.
*Community. Instantly create Community on a deeper level.
JADINA LILIEN is an Artist and Healing Arts Therapist. Her Family Ancestral
Constellation training was through the Bert Hellinger Institute USA with additional
trainings from facilitators in Europe. Jadina is a certified professional and trainer from the
International Focusing Institute. Work with teacher Llewellyn Vaughn-Lee includes
meditation, dreams, archetypal and symbolic work, as well as the active imagination
process. She has been working with these modalities for 11 years in groups and individual
sessions. She received an MFA from New York University in 2009. Her artwork is seen in
galleries in the States and in Europe. The book Butterfly Against the Wind created with
Tiokasin Ghosthorse is supported by the New York Foundation for the Arts through their
fiscal sponsorship program.
TIOKASIN GHOSTHORSE is a member of the Cheyenne River Lakota Nation of South Dakota
and has a long history with Indigenous activism and advocacy. He is also known for his flute
playing and the healing sounds of the Lakota Flute. Tiokasin is the Founder, Host and Executive
Producer of “First Voices Radio” (formerly “First Voices Indigenous Radio”) for the last 27 years
in New York City and Seattle/Olympia, Washington. In 2016, he received a Nomination for the
Nobel Peace Prize from the International Institute of Peace Studies and Global Philosophy. Other
recent recognitions include: Native Arts and Cultures Foundation National Fellowship in Music
(2016), National Endowment for the Arts National Heritage Fellowship Nominee (2017),
Indigenous Music Award Nominee for Best Instrumental Album (2019) and more.
$75 exchange. Pre-Registration a must: firstname.lastname@example.org or 845 679 5650