The foundation of systemic phenomenological work

The richness of the Mother Continent - The African footprint in systemic work

Ria Verlinden & Mosiwa Malula

Join this workshop at Timeless in the WE!

After many years of practice in the systemic work – the wider field of its origine is opening: The roots of systemic work are firmly connected to the Zulu culture. Together we will honor that connection in the Sacred and the Secular. The every day life and the respect for the Ancestors in and around us.

Mosiwa belongs to the younger generation of South African factilitators: rooted in the past – working towards the future. As an Elder my future is short – the past is wide and rich. How is this of service in our work and ritual... be welcome, just as you are.


Join our inspiring congress Timeless in the We and choose 5 from more than 20 workshops in the personal, organizational or societal field. All workshops, food, music, art and a party & dinner on Fridaynight are included in your ticket. Sign up now! 

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About the Bert Hellinger Institute

People are constantly evolving. With each other, without each other. In families, in teams, in organizations. Systemic thinking makes us aware of the “why” of our being and doing. Organizational and family constellations create room for movement. The BHI provides courses, workshops and training programs in the field of systemic work, constellations, leadership and coaching. This is how we contribute to the development of people, organizations and society.

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