What do constellations help with?

Constellations help with difficulties that we may experience in any of these areas:

Health (physical illness, mental problems, autism, psychosis, panic attacks, anxiety, etc., recurrent nightmares, serious accidents, drug addictions, alcoholism, dependency on the parents at adult age…)

“- How can a constellation help heal a physical illness, such as cancer?
– What is at the core of a serious physical illness is the inability to accept the mother. The textbook demonstration is the constellation where the person simply stands in front of her mother, until she can finally accept her. As soon as the person can accept her mother, the cancer disappears within weeks.” Interview with Brigitte Champetier de Ribes by Hector Gil (“La Filosofía de las constelaciones familiares”, Esfinge).

“I take mother into my heart … and deep inside her, I encounter God” Bert Hellinger

Love (not being able to find a partner, recurrent relationship patterns, relationship problems in a couple, family, with friends…)
Work (work relationship problems, unemployment, being in a disliked job, professional realization, projects that do not flow, lack of success in business…)
Money (financial problems, debts, inheritance problems, difficulty selling a property, thefts…)

Children: Through the illnesses and other problems that children manifest, they look at the excluded that parents do not see, on behalf of their parents, out of love. It is for this reason that it is the parents, not the children, the ones with whom the family constellations facilitator will work with. It is not advised to bring children to workshops (they either fall asleep or become restless). It is the same with regards to pets, whose ailments are generally burdens they take from us, out of love.

Brigitte Champetier lists the following as the most frequent problems treated with success by family constellations:

Anger for no reason
Business success, how to achieve it
Children: school issues, adaptation problems, aggressive behaviour, bullying, hyperactivity
Couple relationships
Death of a loved one
Failure (feeling one has failed, or actual failure)
Feeling attacked, or persecuted
Feeling guilty
Feeling guilty for no reason
Feeling sad for no reason
Feelings of not belonging, of exclusion
Financial problems
Finding a job
Inability to maintain a relationship
Intimacy block
Isolation, loneliness
Lack of energy
Lack of money
Low self-esteem
Murdering energy, desire to kill
Not feeling respected
Not finding one’s place in life
Prolonged bereavement grief
Professional realization
Rejection of the opposite sex
A bad relationship with someone (anyone); conflicts
Sexual problems
Traumas like incest or domestic violence
Uneasiness, suffering
Unhappy life
Wishing to die