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Episode #16


Zankhana Mistry
Family Constellations

Zankhana Mistry, a certified hypnotherapist in Integrated Clinical Hypnotherapy by EKAA and is also a member of the International Medical and Dental Hypnotherapy Association (IMDHA).  Her holistic therapy approach integrates her learnings from Regression therapy, Hypnotherapy & Reiki offering a complete experience of resolution and her connection to higher sources reflects in her Tarot card readings. Her life transformation offerings also include Family constellation therapy and workshops that supports the healing journey of each client.

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Zankhana Mistry
Family Constellations

In this episode of Ways to Grow Podcast, Zankhana Mistry talks about the power of Family Constellations on healing ourselves. 

What is a constellation? Like with stars, a constellation is defined as the placement of every individual in a space. 

Bert Hellinger is the founder of Family Constellation.

He began his research on the representative phenomenon in 1978 and discovered the fundamental orders of life, which he called "Orders of Love". These form the basis of Family Constellation. These orders are:

1. Belonging: As humans, we want to belong. That is one of the basic needs of any human being. When we describe ourselves, we do it in relation to our family, culture, job, friends...  when we don't belong, trauma occurs. 

2. Order: When a parent dies and one of their children takes their role, the order is disturbed, and trauma occurs. The good news is that just by acknowledging it, we can fix the trauma. 

3. Balance: For every action (force) in nature there is an equal and opposite reaction. If one person gives a friend a gift, this person will return another present. What goes around comes around. When the balance is altered, trauma occurs. 

When any of these principles are disturbed, the system suffers. The system can be understood as a persona, a family, a couple, a team... you name it. 

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