Things that kill us

When we think of death we mainly fear today cancer or some kind of a disease related to our blood vessels. We rarely die suddenly and unexpected. In most cases degenerative diseases, which are on the raise since 1970′ of the previous century, got us used to slow and painful dying. We blame our diet, smoking, drinking alcohol, air pollution, lack of exercise or even … Continue reading Things that kill us


The pioneering work of Bert Hellinger in ‘Familien-Stellen’ (constellation work) started in the 1970s in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. It was the beginning of the international therapeutic movement, which is contemporarily based on different theoretical and therapeutic intervention approaches. Since then, constellation work has received recognition in Europe, followed by the United States, Australia, and later Asia. Scientists and practitioners have contributed to its development. [link] … Continue reading Constellations