My professional background is as a business owner, author, and peacemaker. When I sit as a Constellator, my aim is to help find the place of peace that lives in the family system.
In the silence of our dreams, in our restless thoughts, in the darkest places in our hearts, the terrible experiences that befell our fathers and mothers, grandparents, aunts and uncles live on inside us. These dark influences also motivate our kindness and compassion, propelling us to be healers, peacemakers, and teachers. We honor our ancestors’ losses and soothe their pain by embracing that we are the living fruit of their sacrifices. They grieve when their suffering becomes ours. They bless us when we take our good lives and live well.
- Facilitator Since: 2003
- Promoter Since: 2002
- Trainer Since 2008
Upcoming workshop information: http://danboothcohenconstellations.eventbrite.com/%20%20target=
The Compassionate Listening Project Presents:
Systematic Family Constellations, Uncover the Hidden Solution to Life’s Most Difficult Problems
March 12, 13, 2011, Bainbridge Island Commons, 370 Brien Dr. SE, Bainbridge Island, WA 98110
Sat. 9:30 – 6:00 pm, and Sun. 9:30 – 5:30
$100 deposit to hold your space
International Conference on Systemic Constellations, Würzburg, Germany 2003. Hunter Beaumont
New York City 2002. International Constellations Intensive, ZIST, Germany 2001
Lifelong baseball fan. Author of “Seeing Bob Stanley Coming in from the Bullpen in Like Seeing the Jehovah’s Witnesses Coming up your Walk” and “The Hero’s Journey to the Goddesses Garden: A Baseball Love Story.”
Comments: In Nelly Sachs’ poem “Chorus of Consolers,” a cherub stands amidst lightning strikes of grief holding open the edges of a wound that may not yet be allowed to heal. Many of the post-War generation connect to this sentiment at a very deep level. Does wholeness and joy betray the memories of our loved ones who struggled and died?
Can we look at the full reality without being dragged down and depressed? If that is too disturbing, do we risk leaving the traumas unresolved for the next generations?
Who among us dares to console? We do. In stillness, we perceive the whispers of our lost loved ones. They long for us to plant new seeds and harvest a new garden. We honor them when we allow the edges of old wou
Website: Hidden Solution – Systemic and Family Constellations
Email: Dan Booth Cohen
Address: 1313 Great Plain Avenue
Needham, MA 02492