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A Journey into Intention with Systemic Constellations

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A Journey into Intention with Systemic Constellations

Date:

March 12, 2024

Location:

Time:

10:00

to

12:00

Duration:

2 hours

Pace:

Intention:

Preparation and Integration

Cost:

$50

CAD

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About this event

Discover the power of systemic constellations to illuminate the path ahead and your heart’s desire in this 2-hour group experience. As interconnected beings, our intentions impact and are impacted by the many threads that connect us to others, to the seen and unseen world, and our past and future.

Broadening our perspective to include wider systems and to explore what is blocking flow in our lives can support us to invite insights and changes that increase flow and open us to a deeper experience of ceremonies and of life. Workshop participants will be guided through an individualized process while also be benefiting from the power of the group.

Only 12 spots are available! Nectara members get 25% OFF.

What you will experience

  • Tap into collective intelligence.
  • Connect with all your relationships.
  • Expand your awareness.
  • Develop your intuitive sense and feeling.
  • Clarify the journey ahead.
  • Step into greater truth.

How to prepare

Bring a question. Explore curiosities you have about storytelling.

Comfort. Make sure you are in a comfortable spot and grab some water before joining.

Ceremony. Approaching the experience as a tiny little ceremony can help you dive deeper into the experience.

Andrea Langlois
Andrea Langlois

Your guide

Your guides

Andrea Langlois is passionate about individual, community, and social transformation. She is a systemic constellations facilitator and works with individuals one-on-one, as well as with groups and organizations.

Andrea has over a decade of experience in the plant teacher and psychedelics communities; she was the Director of Engagement at ICEERS over 6 years, and an advisor for the Indigenous Medicine Conservation Fund during its launch. She has presented on the topics of biocultural conservation, Indigenous rights, benefit sharing, and ethics at international conferences, including Breaking Convention and ESPD55. She is originally from Canada, loves walking, engaging in Earth-based spiritual practices, and is a certified yoga teacher.

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