Systemic Ceremonies are specially designed ceremonies to mark any point of your life. Whether it is a wedding, a birthday or moving home, a baby naming, a pre birth ritual, a renewal of vows, a name change, a divorce or a memorial, every significant event could be made even more memorable and meaningful with a ritual or a ceremony that includes healing harmonising and rebalancing elements in it for everyone involved. The word Systemic refers to family systems and the flow of love that connects all generations of a family together knowingly or unknowingly. There is a vast body of work around the idea of the orders of love - balancing principles that support love and health of any family system. It has been first developed in Germany and grew to be known as systemic family constellations. Based on this method, Systemic Ceremonies are an opportunity to add deeper meaning to what is happening in your life right now.
Who will you work with?
Aleksandra is a London based systemic constellations and systemic ritual practitioner. On many occasions in her constellations workshops she found herself holding a ritual for a couple that resembled a wedding ceremony with powerful results for an existing couple. Other days she'd be creating a ritual for a mother to welcome her baby into this world or to say goodbye to a loved one using a method she studied in Mexico and Europe - Systemic Ritual. She got inspired to create an offer of systemic ceremonies based on principles and methods of systemic work to include the necessary steps into the life event as it is happening rather than within a constellation workshop. With several years of experience running groups from 8 to 50 people Aleksandra has a skill and talent to create and hold safe space where hearts and souls can be touched and healed. She has also trained and is registered with the Fellowship of Professional Celebrants in the UK in funeral, marriage and family celebrancy and is a certified independent civil celebrant listed on Engaged and Ready directory of European celebrants.