Monday, February 27, 2023

Baa Baa Black Sheep

The Black Sheep of the Family

 by Bert Hellinger

The so-called black sheep of the family are, in fact, hunters born of paths of liberation into the family tree.

The members of a tree who do not conform to the norms or traditions of the family system. Those who since childhood have constantly sought to revolutionize beliefs, going against the paths marked by family traditions, those criticized, judged and even rejected, these are usually called to free the tree of repetitive stories that frustrate entire generations.

The black sheep, those who do not adapt, those who cry rebelliously, play a basic role within each family system. They repair, pick up and create new and unfold branches in the family tree.

Thanks to these members, our trees renew their roots. Its rebellion is fertile soil, its madness is water that nourishes, its stubbornness is new air, its passion is fire that re-ignites the light of the heart of the ancestors.

Uncountable repressed desires, unfulfilled dreams, the frustrated talents of our ancestors are manifested in the rebelliousness of these black sheep seeking fulfillment. The genealogical tree, by inertia will want to continue to maintain the castrating and toxic course of its trunk, which makes the task of our sheep a difficult and conflicting work.

However, who would bring new flowers to our tree if it were not for them? Who would create new branches? Without them, the unfulfilled dreams of those who support the tree generations ago would die buried beneath their own roots.

Let no one cause you to doubt, take care of your rarity as the most precious flower of your tree.

You are the dream of all your ancestors.

Tree of Life
by Gustav Klimt

Bert Hellinger (Born December 16, 1925 – Died September 19, 2019), was a German psychotherapist was associated with a therapeutic method best known as Family Constellations. It was developed in the late 1960s The process connects individuals with unrecognized family dynamics that have spanned generations—unbeknownst to them. It is believed that 70% of the psychological problems that affect us come from our family history and relationships. Often children, through blind love, take on burdens that will make his adult life difficult.

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