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  • System / FAMILY Constellation Circles



Wednesday - February 21, 2018

Wednesday - March 21, 2018

  • 6:30pm-9:30pm
  • In Victoria - Location details to follow
  • $25 per person
  • Participation is limited, and we fill up quickly. Please email me to hold your space. 

please Email Sony to register. Thank you. 

We look forward to sharing this beautiful work with you!

What does a constellation circle look like? 

Within each system there is an energetic field of knowledge and understanding referred to as the 'Knowing Field’,  or 'Field'.  A family, for example, is a system. By doing a system constellation, you are able to tap into this field. This presents you with the opportunity to better understand hidden patterns and disturbances in the system. The patterns that are revealed are not known to the members within the specific field for one reason or another.

As the client, you present an issue. The facilitators then direct you to choose representatives from the group to stand for a particular person or issue. The moment someone in the group agrees to be a representative, they experience and communicate the information from the field. As a representative, you are always still you, but you are also able to tap into the experience of another. That experience is where the focus is for as long as you are a representative. Trust it.

My husband, David, who also took the training, and I will co-facilitate the constellation circles. Professionally, David is a lawyer, privacy specialist, consultant, and an executive coach. David brings to this work an understanding and intuition that serves  beautifully. 

What does constellation help with?

Constellation circles can help with relationships, family, finances, work, health, the environment, pets, and so much more. If you are interested in a family constellation, your family member DO NOT need to be present. 

From my experience, participants at all levels of involvement receive healing through this work. 

You have a choice of three levels of involvement:
1. You could serve as witness to support the work in the circle.  
2. You could be asked to represent someone or something within the circle.
3. You could be the client and choose representatives for your constellation.  

Wanting to know more about Family Constellation? Click HERE




"Thank you and David so much. It’s almost unbelievable how effective and healing constellation therapy is. Even in the constellations I was just witnessing, I could feel healing for myself, and it definitely seemed to be healing for others too.  I can’t wait until the next circle!"

"The circle was gentle and powerful, held in such a supportive way by you and David who were careful to check in with people and their bodies very consciously.  Your expertise with constellation work and intuitive insight brought clarity and resolution to the issues being looked at. I wish more and more people could experience a constellation circle."

"Thank you for the moving and meaningful evening. How skilled you and David are. How wonderfully the two of you work together. Again, thank you!"






Saturday - February 10, 2018
$75 per person plus GST ($78.75)
Snacks, tea and all materials are included. 
Please bring your own lunch. 

Please email Sony to register

Weaving is a silent prayer, a meditation and an embodiment of the moment.  It is the magic that happens when we create and are present without thinking. Weaving does not use words as it moves to create. With the repetitive sound of the shuttle ferrying the thread and the change of treadles, weaving is a meditation in the realm of soul. This kind of soul-sense activity transcends time and space, so there is no wonder that many world mythologies have legneds of spinning and weaving.

Myths represent an archetypal and ageless consciousness and convey a universal cultural narrative. Weaving myths in particular are wonderful vehicles to express interlacement and movement. I am fond of the Norse mythology describing the Wyrd* Sisters, who weave the destiny of Gods and humans alike. Sometimes when I weave, I imagine the sisters weaving tapestries of fates that intertwine and form the web of all things.

Silence of mind and prayer are not the only language of soul and weaving. Both are also timeless and are connected to multi-generational family systems. Weaving has an ancestral connection to many of us dating back to 7000 BC. Every household needed clothing and beddings, so men and women made cloth. 

When I look at the qualities of soul and weaving, it seems natural to have one serve the other. Weaving serves soul, and soul serves weaving. One beautiful container to hold tribute to both is the Constellation circle, where soul and weaving stand for movement of soul, honouring ancestors and honouring destiny.

According to myth and to spiritual sources, our fate is predetermined. However, how we fulfill our destiny is subject to free will. The weaving structure follows the same principle. The warp (the vertical threads) is the predetermined format of the finished product be it a tea towel, scarf or blanket. It resembles our destiny. The weft (the horizontal threads) is like free will. We decide which colours or pattern to weave into the warp to manifest our desired outcome. Working in this universal and timeless space, we step into the archetypal, mythical, and spiritual field of feeling and listening to the vibrations of our soul.

How do we honour our soul movement in a weaving constellation?
Movement of the soul has its own rhythm, which does not necessarily follow linear time. It is slow and cannot be rushed. Weaving is the same. The threads are responsive and also have their own rhythm. It is best not to rush. Therefore, entering soul work through a weaving portal sets the tone for connecting with this flow beautifully. 

With hand-held looms we weave, and we listen to the silence inside. From the stillness, we recognize what calls to be healed, and we honour it in the constellation circle. In between each constellation, we return to our looms and allow the quiet creativity to hold space for healing. To close, we let our body’s sense guide us to complete the piece, which can be put on a sacred altar, on a keychain, sewn into a piece of clothing or any other use you may think of.

No weaving experience is necessary to participate in this constellation circle.




Imelda Almqvist -

*The Old English term wyrd derives from a Common Germanic term *wurđíz...   The Proto-Indo-European root is *wert- "to turn, rotate" … with a meaning "to come to pass, to become, to be due"  The term developed into the modern English adjective weird.  Wikipedia.