Systemisk strukturkonstellation

at the IGH Sonnenhof

Anyone who is interested in systemic structural constellations usually has a problem that stubbornly resists any desire for change: lifelong conflicts with parents and children, inexplicable attitudes towards life, recurring partnership problems.

We know today that such problems are almost always related to our own family, but how to approach the problem and even solve it is what we often fail to do.

Here, systemic structural constellations for families offer a promising solution. In the course of her work, Cornelia Labandowsky developed her very own form of systemic constellation work. Not only are questions asked about one's own family, but it is also possible to set up a professional system, to make a list of organizational development or to carry out a farm structure list.

Maybe you know that too: a certain point in our life bothers us and we realize that for some inexplicable reason we act and make the same decisions over and over again, even though it "harms" us. Certain behavioral patterns appear again and again, such as I keep looking for the wrong partner or the wrong friends..

I keep getting caught up in the same argument spirals with different people but always the same behavior patterns and even the same symptoms. I want to change my life, but I can't because I'm falling into old behavior patterns. According to the systemic constellation theory, this is because our entire life and actions are based on fixed systems that were practically instilled in us through our family history.

The systemic structural constellation was developed in recent years by Prof. Matthias Varga von Kibéd and Insa Sparrer (Syst. Institute) in order to present and change the external image of a system so that there is a positive effect on the client. In order to be able to change, according to the systemic constellation theory, the existing entanglement must first be uncovered in order to then resolve it in a second step. We work with representatives, i.e. outsiders, who are intuitively selected by the client as “representatives” of the system and set up in the room.

By changing the positions and asking specific questions, a completely new picture of the system is created. This has an effect – scientifically proven – on the behavior of the client. He/she frees himself/herself from old entanglements and behavioral patterns – change is possible! (See also „Systemic Structural Constellations“ – Insa Sparrer, Carl-Auer-Verlag).

People who live consciously and do not want to give in to their fate or system can achieve amazing, sometimes radical changes through a systemic constellation. In my practice I have been accompanying patients with a wide variety of psychological and physical problems for over 25 years and I am convinced of the success of the systemic structure constellation, because it affects a part of our being that we cannot manipulate: our unconscious! The constellation work is an important component of the therapy and often the decisive part.

Women who have lived in unhappy relationships for years open up to the "right" partner, people who thought their lives had lost their meaning turn their lives upside down, sometimes with a radical new start in their careers. Always in any case with a change that brought about a change to a more positive lifestyle.

In 1994, Varga von Kibéd and his wife Insa Sparrer founded the  SySt Institute for systemic education, training and research  in Munich. The focus of the work at the  SySt  is the development of the systemic structural constellations. Since 1995, training courses for systemic therapists/consultants with a focus on  systemic structural constellations have also  been carried out at this institute.

Interview Matthias Varga von Kibéd

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