Organizational Constellation CoP
Program details: Transcending your drama triangle
Last CoP meeting we explored how past traumas shape our current reality socially and professionally. During our meeting the shifts that happened in the room were profound and deeply touched those who were there.
This CoP meeting we will revisit the "Drama Triangle." You may recall the triangle consists of three parts - our inner victim, persecutor/blamer and rescuer/hero. For a facilitator, as many of you know, holding the "above the line" space of conscious awareness with compassion, insight and even humor is essential. Individuals and groups that are in survival mode can naturally fall into the "below the line," unconscious dynamics of blame, shame, collapse or superficial fix. The drama triangle models how we project on to ourselves or others in ways that keeps us stuck. Standing in a place of conscious responsibility, and the openness and compassion that goes with it, enables our movement towards resolution or reconciliation. During this meeting we will explore how to use the DT model as tool for personal and group transformation. We will also go much deeper than most advocates of the model and utilize our systemic constellation process to help us release the seductive grip of the triangle and ground ourselves in the place of conscious co-creation.
See you on December 16 - our last meeting of 2016 - feel free to invite a friend or colleague.
For background information on this work please review: Confessions of a Corporate Shaman: Healing the Organizational Soul, by Harrison Snow, published by Regent Press. Come join us for an insightful and experiential, learning adventure.
All the best,
Harrison Snow , OC CoP Coordinator
Cancellation policy: none – please register so we know how
many people are coming