Wed, 10 Jun | Zoom

Say YES to your Mother you say YES to Life - in Collaboration with Bab Alnour wellness center, Riyadh

In Collaboration with Bab Alnour wellness center in Riyadh. Often our relationship with our mother is rich and beautiful, however it ca also be very complex and frustrating. We look beyond past hurts and learn to connect with our mother in a more loving way through the eyes of Family Constellation.
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Say YES to your Mother you say YES to Life - in Collaboration with Bab Alnour wellness center, Riyadh

Time & Location

10 Jun 2020, 19:00
Zoom

About the Event

In collaboration with Bab Alnour wellness center in Riyadh, I look forwrad walking the journey with you to explore your relationship with your mother. Often our relationship with our mother is rich and beautiful, but can often also be very complex and frustrating. In this workshop, we look beyond the past hurts and learn to connect with our mother in a different and more loving way through the eyes of Family Constellation. We will connect with your inner light, understanding that without your mother you wouldn’t be here. When you learn to say YES to your mother, you can truly say YES to your own life. Then your life will start unfolding. 

Excerpt from “Love’s Hidden Symmetry” by Gunthard Weber & Hunter Beaumont

Instead of taking our parents as they are, children sometimes presume to evaluate them as if parents had to earn the right to be parents. They say, in effect, “I don’t like this about you, so you’re not my father.” Or, “You didn’t give me what I needed, so you can’t be my mother.” This is an absurd distortion of reality. Parents enter parenthood through the events of conception and birth, and these acts alone make them the child’s parents. Children are absolutely powerless to change anything about this first giving and taking.

Children experience inner solidity and a clear sense of identity when they find resolution with their parents, when they take both parents and acknowledge them as they are. They feel incomplete and empty when they exclude one or both of their parents from their hearts. The consequence of demeaning or excluding a parent is always the same – children become passive and feel empty. This is a common cause of depression.

Children, even when they’ve been hurt by their parents, can still say: “Yes, you are my parents. Everything that was in you is in me too. I acknowledge that you are my parents, and I accept the consequences that has for me. I take the good from what you gave, and I trust you to deal with your fate as you see fit.” Then they are free to set about the often difficult work of making the best out of what may be a very bad situation.

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