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Monday June 26, 2017
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Home Altar Constellations 6--Videos and Homework

 

Videos, Suggested Activities, & Study Questions

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VIDEOS

00 Home Altar Free Trial

01 Home Altar - Tools for Embracing the Wider Field

02 Home Altar - Altar Selection, Intake, and Set-up

03 Home Altar - 7 Trauma Sources and Unpacking Symbols

04 Home Altar - Seeking the Dynamic

05 Home Altar - What Do Home Altar Resolutions Look Like?

06 Home Altar - Accomplishing Valid, Focused Healing Resolutions

07 Home Altar - Anatomy of an Altar Constellation

 

LINKS

Class 1 Visuals                   Activities After Class 1  

Class 2 Visuals                   Activities After Class 2 

Class 3 Visuals                   Activities After Class 3

Class 4 Visuals                   Activities After Class 4

Class 5 Visuals                   Activities After Class 5

Class 6 Visuals                   Activities After Class 6

Class 7 Visuals

           

   

As You Start the Training

There are FOUR different "levels" at which people participate in this training.  Decide which one you are likely at.

  1. You have a lot going on, so you just want to collect the information and help others practice so that you can dive into it more deeply at a later date

  2. You want to keep up with the classes and practice as much as possible, but you're not up for study questions, etc.

  3. You want to receive our certificate, will be turning in the study questions and attending 5 out of 7 classes live, and sending or posting in the private secret Facebook group pictures of your work on at least one home altar constellation.

  4. You received our certificate and you also want to register for CEs.

The training is designed to support any of these levels.  The study questions are optional for Level 1 and Level 2, but are a requirement for Level 3 in order to receive our certificate.   If you are level 4 and you want 10.5 hrs CE credit, you should part particular attention to the study questions, because they prepare you for the online test (true/false, multiple choice) you take to get the CE..  The suggested activities are recommended for Levels 2, 3, and 4.

Certificate of Completion

To obtain this, you must attend 5 of the 7 live class sessions, do the readings, complete the study questions for all 7 sessions (sending them to Sandy), and send or post in the private secret Facebook group pictures of your work with at least one home altar constellation.   What we need here is reasonable verification that you have dug into the material, are gaining an understanding of it, and are practicing the approach. This is a substantial course that is gaining wide respect, so this certificate means something. 

If you are one of those people who cannot make most or any of the classes, but still want a certificate of completion, please contact me about some other way to verify that you have viewed all the classes and done the work.  I'm open to arrangements.

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10.5 hours of CE's (APA, M&FT, Social Workers in some states, nurses, dieticians) are available.  The cost is $50 and this is a separate fee than the fee for the class.  To get them, you complete the work for our certificate and then take an online test based on the study questions at the issuing agency.  Contact us for more information about this. We need to know up front if you want CE's.


Click HERE  for specifics of CE credits for this course.

 

 

Visuals and Activities for Class One

 

Visuals Needed for Class One

 

These images will be shown during presentation but are here for anyone who is connecting to class in voice-only mode.  Or if you want to keep copies of these for your own files apart from the video. (OK I did not have time to show you these slides in the class session.  I just mentioned them.  Take a look as part of your after-class activities.  Since I didn't comment on them much, they ought to generate some questions.  So come on the next class session early and ask me those questions.  DO IT.  I love questions...   wow...  am I maybe addicted to them?)

Click on the first image to download a PDF with all 5 images

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four contrarian guidelines 2

four contrarian guidelines 3

four contrarian guidelines 4

four contrarian guidelines 5

 

Activities After Class One

Watch the Introductory Video


(Very necessary if you are just starting out in my trainings.  If you've read my book, or taken Family Energetics, just look at the early parts detailing where home altar constellations come from and how to characterize them--what are they?)

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Do Some or All of the Following

  • Read the two short articles I spoke of and then the first four sections of Chapter Four of my book, pp. 84-95 (only 11 pages). Again, the links to download these are just above in this email.
    The two short articles I talked about in the class are here
    The parts of my book that related to this class are here for you


  • Assimilate the instructions in the readings for selecting and cleansing a home altar, get going on this part, and note any questions or comments you might want to bring to Facebook or the class discussion.

  • Get into the Facebook group please if you are willing.  Feel free to bring the questions or comments up there right away, or email me. Some of these will then come up in the next class as well.

  • Start figuring out an issue (I call this your "desired positive change"), using the tips found on pp. 91-95. You may do more than one constellation during this class, or only one... depends... Since you will have support from me and from the group, it's OK to go for the deeper kinds of changes here.

  • Answer the study questions below if you are going for CE's or want a certificate of completion from ReddyWorks.

  • If you want to be where I expect most people to be, then you might have your altar set up and cleansed, and a Desired Positive Change (DPC) pretty well selected and stated by next class. If you already know how, take a picture of your still empty altar with your smart phone (or digital camera), and post it on Facebook. This is just practice for taking pictures of your altar (if you wish) so that you can get feedback on it from me and/or the group.  You'll get instructions on how to do the pictures in the next class.

  • You can get ahead a little by starting to look at the picture of Home Altar Constellation you will find just below here. What does it say to you?? Have this picture and the "social geometry" diagram" (also here below) to look at during our next class if you will be on in voice only mode.

  • Move on further ahead if you like by reading pp. 31-38, and 62-65, going further with your "Intake Interview" of yourself pp. 91-95, or getting started with Selecting, Setting Up, and Visiting (pp. 95-98). 

Keep in touch with me on our Facebook group
with comments or questions. I'll be watching it
every day.

Study Questions

  1. Contrast the worldview most of us grew up with in the Western world with indigenous, animistic, "panpsychic" worldview of shamanism

  2. What are the most common forms of communication used by all the forms of consciousness on this Earth plane to communicate with you?

  3. Why is a grace before meals an important part of learning to communicate with the living, conscious, enchanted world that will surround you if you care to shift your deeper belief system?

  4. What would indicate to you that adopting this different vision of reality is something you should put energy into?

  5. What are the Michael's "four contrarian guidelines"?

 

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Visuals and Activities for Class Two


Visuals Needed for Class Two

 

You need to be on this web page or download these pictures if you are attending the next class via voice only.  If you are on video, the pictures will be shown via screen share.  Otherwise, download them if you want to keep copies.
(Click on each image to download a PDF)

Altar Stolen Inheritance

 

Figure 2 Social Geometry

 

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Activities After Class Two

 

Do Some or All of the Following


As I mentioned, you can go faster and deeper with
this class, or slower--as the time pressures in your life
permit. The "homework" I give you shows the pace
that our focus will shift from one aspect to another.
So it represents a middle ground.

  • Read pp 31-42, 62-65, 95-100 in the book excerpts I sent to you.

  • Take next steps in your constellation, and get clear about how (or if) you want to have us look at posted pictures of your altar.  See the explanation of how to take and label altar pictures just below the study questions

  • Get clear on your DPC (Desired Positive Change), and try to get an initial setup of little helpers on the altar. Experiment with what feels right in terms of how, when, and how often you visit the altar. Contact me if you have problems selecting a DPC, or post a question on Facebook if you'd like help from the group. I've already been in contact with someone who felt this way--so don't feel somehow "out of it." If you have any trauma in your personal or ancestral background it often resists being looked at at first

  • If you are in the Facebook group, feel free to bring ANY questions or comments up there right away, or email me. Some of these will then come up in the next class as well. (This picture is also on Facebook and on the recordings page where you listen to the audios)

  • Before you read pp 100-105 (if you haven't already), look at the sample altar picture on p. 102 (or better, use the color version posted above here on this page). You can start trying to interpret the symbolisms if you like.  Try to stay close to what emerges looking at size, shape, what it is, what it's made of, position, orientation, what it does, etc. Then move go groupings, barriers, empty spaces in middle, etc. Go for as much richness as you can, being careful to keep you mind as open as possible. That is, don't let premature closure on some idea of what the dynamic is keep you from seeing the whole tapestry.

  • Move on ahead--I'll leave that to you this time, since this is a big week in terms of things to do. Probably the biggest.

Study Questions

  1. Explain 4 of the guidelines for selection and placement of your home altar.

  2. What kinds of questions can you ask yourself or your client to help focus a Desired Positive Change.  Suppose someone says, "I need more abundance in my life."  Formulate your answer by creating some questions around this initial statement.

  3. Explain the 3 guidelines for selecting object-persons to represent on a home altar.

  4. What are "wildcard" representatives and how do they work in home altar constellations?

  5. In your own words, as best you can, explain your understanding of what being "too mental" in the selection and setup of your constellation means.  Maybe give an example or two.

Annotating Altar Pictures for Group Work


If you want to get feedback on your altar and its movements,
you'll be taking pictures and sending them directly to me, or else
posting them in the private, secret group on Facebook. If at all
possible, please help us all by labelling your pictures. Main thing
is what represents who. I do not have time to translate your email
descriptions of who is who, and we can't be do that in class either.

Here's some tips on how to do this quickly and easily.

Most smart phones and many tablets will take the pictures for you.

  • Look for good lighting conditions,
  • and take the pictures preferably from about 45 degrees above the altar (not directly overhead, and not level with the altar).

Low Tech Labelling--PRINT what each object person represents on half of a small sticky note, put these next to the object-person, and THEN take your picture. JUST WRITE LARGE ENOUGH!!  And try not to make the paper labels so big that they overwhelm the object persons on the altar 

Mid Tech--take the picture, print it out on a full sized sheet of paper, write what the object-persons represent clearly and legibly on the paper, then scan the paper and make a JPG or GIF or PDF out of the scan and post or email that.

Higher Tech--Annotate directly on Smart Phone or tablet--quick and not very hard at all (surprised me...)

  • iPhone, iPad--Buy OVER ($1.99), a very nice App that lets you do all we need from the App Store on your phone.  Or download any of the many other photo editing apps that exist.

  • Android Phone or tablets--Don't have one of these, so the best I can do for you suggest PHONTO  or INSTAQUOTE, both of which get good reviews. 

  • Once you've finished--post the labelled altar photo on Facebook, or email it to Sandy or me. Sync or email it to your own computer also if you want a record there.

Annotate on Your Computer--first sync or email the photo to your computer, various choices here

  • If you own PHOTOSHOP or OMNIGRAFFLE, or any higher end photo editor, of course, just use that.

  • PREVIEW on Mac allows you to add captions--use the TOOLS>ANNOTATE>ADD TEXT option in the menus at the top.

  • Download Google's free PICASA photo editor (Mac or Windows). Import your photos (it does this also for you) if you let it. Choose one and expand it. Then stay on the left-most menu tab (the wrench icon, upper left of screen), and choose the TEXT icon. Rest is pretty intuitive

  • If you sync your docs to Google docs, there is also a photo editor there. I don't know much about it, however

  • Once you've finished--email the annotated photo to me, or post it on Facebook

Altar Picture Examples

Good, 45 degree in the vertical angle, good light, perfect labels

Altar1 Anita B

 

Reasonable light except back right corner is too dark, good angle in the vertical, labels perfectly sized but hard to make out.  Might have used thicker marker, still we can work with this

Altar1 Angelika A

 

Light and angle are fair, labels obscure the reps.  The horizontal perspective would be better from an angle somewhat more to the right.  However, the horizontal perspective chosen almost becomes part of the constellation here.  The problem is paramount, and the DPC is less visible and distant.

Altar1 Paula A

 

Vertical angle a bit high, labels readable, light good.  But this tends to be what happens when there is an unfocused DPC--too many reps and not much clarity about where dynamics might lie.  There is also too much information in the labels.  This is back ground information we may need to talk about, but it doesn't all have to be in the altar picture.

Altar1 Alison A

 

Keep in touch with me on our Facebook group
with comments or questions. I'll be watching it
every day.

The following is some help for posting images and comments on Facebook.

(Click on the image to download a PDF)

facebook posting help

 

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Visuals and Activities for Class Three

Visuals Needed for Class Three

You need to be on this web page or download these pictures if you are attending the next class via voice only.  If you are on video, the pictures will be shown via screen share.  Otherwise, download them if you want to keep copies.
(Click on each image to download a PDF)

 

(Altar Stolen Inheritance)

Altar Stolen Inheritance

 

Figure 2 Social Geometry

 (Altar Childhood Abuse)

 Altar Childhood Abuse Tweaked

 

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Activities After Class Three

 

Do Some or All of the Following


As always, you can go faster and deeper with
this class, or slower--as the time pressures in your life
permit. The "homework" I give you shows the pace
that our focus will shift from one aspect to another.
So it represents a middle ground.

  • Read pp 100-109 in the book excerpts I sent to you, the article "Six Rules for Successful Affirmations," (here) and watch the 15 min video below. These are the sections called SYMBOLS ON A SAMPLE ALTAR, and SEEKING A DYNAMIC.

  • Compare our conversation in the 3nd class about the sample altar in the book Chapter 4 ("stolen inheritance") with what is written and with what you think yourself.  The picture here on this page above is in color and it's better to look at that than the one in the book (this is the "stolen inheritance" picture).

  • Take the techniques named and explained in SEEKING A DYNAMIC and practice them yourself on the altar you have in progress. Use these to start moving it past the initial setup. Take pictures of each major stage if you are going to take part in that process.

  • Bring up questions or comments in the Facebook group, or email me if you are not or if you want to be more private. Some of these will then come up in the next class as well.

  • Practice this dual movement of analysis (where you stay very close to just the characteristics, and relationships, positions, orientations, postures, and groupings--the landing gear), and also intuitive interpretation in which meanings just jump out or where various of these many possible readings come together to make the more likely ones.

  • Please watch this video as part of the homework for the next class.

 

 

Study Questions

  1. Explain "Seniority Switching," one of the 7 sources of family and ancestral trauma, and give an example.

  2. Name four of the possible social geometry meanings for the space directly in front of the human body.

  3. What is the relationship between intuition and analysis that Michael is suggesting you try to cultivate?

  4. If you see home altar object-persons grouped roughly around a middle space, what is often the significance of that middle space?  If there is no object-person currently in that middle space, what is a good experiment to try?

  5. Consider these stages of a home altar constellation:  intake, selection, set-up, and searching for a dynamic.  In which two stages do you particularly want to avoid being "too mental"?

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Visuals and Activities for Class Four

Visuals Needed for Class Four

 

You need to be on this web page or download these pictures if you are attending the next class via voice only.  If you are on video, the pictures will be shown via screen share.  Otherwise, download them if you want to keep copies.
(Click on first image to download a PDF of all 3 images)

Altar Knife Bowl Captions

 

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ha6renata41 infopics

 

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Activities After Class Four

 
As always, you can go faster and deeper with
this class, or slower--as the time pressures in your life
permit. The "homework" I give you shows the pace
that our focus will shift from one aspect to another.
So it represents a middle ground.

Three things, this time--read some more, practice the techniques from the reading (silence, check in's, repositionings, rep changes, tentative truth statements, and perspective shifts), AND KEEP THE WELL LABELLED PICTURES COMING ON FACEBOOK OR TO ME VIA EMAIL.  It's from these that we will draw the material for discussion.

  • Read
    • Representative Perception and Social Geometry pp. 33-42
    • Probing for a Dynamic, pp.43-44
    • The Dynamic Emerges, pp.45-48
    • Resolutions, Techniques and Types, pp.48-52
    • Moving Towards Resolutions, 109-116

  • Take the techniques named and explained in SEEKING A DYNAMIC and practice them yourself on the altar you have in progress. Recall the complementary, dynamic tension discussed yesterday between intuition and analysis.  Get as much richness as possible into your interpretations.  Bolster, expand, and train your intuition by simply "unpacking" the symbols on the altar--no attempt here to interpret, just notice patterns of shape, size, color, position, what it is, what it does, where it comes from, and any personal history it has.

  • Feel free to bring ANY questions or comments up on Facebook right away, or email me. Some of these will then come up in the next class as well.  KEEP THE FACEBOOK GROUP MOVING.  IT HELPS ALOT.  You can also email me pictures directly.


Study Questions

  1. What's the general guideline for how often to visit your home altar constellation?

  2. Michael uses an analogy to an airplane to explain the best relationship between intuition and analysis.  Name the two parallels in that analogy and explain how they work.

  3. What is the "butterfly method" and how does it relate to Michael's analogy of "flowers" and "bouquets"?

  4. Name and explain two of the techniques for seeking a resolution explained in the readings and yesterday's class.

  5. What are "tentative truth statements," and how do you best use them when a constellation dynamic is apparent but also seems very stuck?

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Visuals and Activities for Class Five

Visuals Needed for Class Five


 (Altar Stolen Inheritance)

Altar Stolen Inheritance

 

Figure 8 Initial vs Ideal

 

Figure 9 First  Second Movements

 

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 Activities After Class 5

 

Do Some or All of the Following

  • Same three things, again, basically:  read some more, practice the techniques from the reading on the initial stages of your constellation, AND YES STILL GET AS MANY PICTURES POSTED OR SENT TO ME AS POSSIBLE.  It's from these that we will draw the material for discussion. 

  • Only reading left now is 116-119.  This is the section called RELEASING AND AFTERMATHS.  Reread earlier parts if you have time, or want to deepen your understanding.

  • Once again, take the techniques named and explained in MOVING TOWARDS RESOLUTIONS and practice them yourself on the altar you have in progress.  Use these to start moving, if you are ready, towards some sort of resolution of your initial constellation.  Remember the broad, rough shape of an effective constellation that brings change (not just explores):  Expansion (branching) -----> a Dynamic (or confusion, or too many dynamics)   ---->  contraction (pruning) -----> focused resolution.   Take pictures of each stage if you are going to take part in that process.  Start another if you've finished the first one.

  • If you are in the Facebook group, feel free to bring questions or comments up there right away, or email me.  Some of these will then come up in the next class as well. 

 

Study Questions

  1. The dynamic in a constellation is the most obvious block or misalignment in the flow of life and love standing in the way of supporting the client's desired positive change.  TRUE OR FALSE?

  2. If you see the representative for a child directly behind its parent facing the parent's back, the can often mean the child is somehow trying to parent the parent.  TRUE OR FALSE?

  3. Constellations don't move spontaneously towards resolutions, so you always have to look for ways to help them.  TRUE OR FALSE?

  4. The ultimate validity of a home altar constellation is determined by
    A. feeling good at most of the visits to the altar
    B. how much emotion seems to surround it
    C. whether or not your desired positive change starts to manifest
    D. how well you seem to be understanding the symbols

  5. The "visioning" part of the home altar process is
    A. asking yourself what the arrangement on the altar would look like if it supported the desired positive change
    B. figuring out your desired positive change
    C. asking yourself what emotional changes would be required in the beings represented on the altar for a supportive arrangement to be valid
    D. thinking about how to implement the changes brought about by the constellation
    E. A and B are true
    F. A and C are true


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Visuals and Activities for Class Six

Visuals Needed for Class Six

 

These are the visuals that we will be using in class. You will need these images if you are in the class in voice-only mode.
(Click on first image to download a PDF of all images)

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Activities After Class Six
  

Do Some or All of the Following

  • Read this blog post destined for www.nasconstellations.org in which I detail and give examples of the DPC focusing process I've talked about in class.  Click HERE for the blog in PDF form.

  • Agree or disagree with my summaries in the first two constellations on the Seattle conference poster below.  Then work through the 6 stages of the third constellation on the poster.

  • REVIEW AUDIOS AND READINGS--BRING ANY QUESTIONS YOU NEED ANSWERED--last class in this cycle

  • Move forward with and/or bring to completion your altars....

  • If you are in the Facebook group, feel free to bring ANY questions or comments up there right away, or email me.  Some of these will then come up in the next class as well. 

Study Questions

  1. What are 3 things you should look back at if you do a home altar constellation and it just remains muddled--doesn't seem to mean anything very clear or move towards a better state.

  2. Name and describe three kinds of resolutions that Michael distinguishes. 

  3. Give an example of a "nudge" during the probing for resolutions part of a constellation.  Now turn that nudge into a fudge.

  4. Explain what "visioning" and "comparing" mean as you come to see a dynamic in a constellation.

  5. In the "sequencing" step while probing for a resolution, what are the two levels you need to be looking at and taking into account?


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Visuals and Activities for Class Seven

Visuals Needed for Class Seven

 

Home Altar Poster Thumbnail

 

 

This is the altar we will be discussing in class. Click on the first page to download a PDF with both pages. 

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