We don’t need a fixed dogma, for example something which tells us that the movements of the soul must be sent and controlled by a greater source or that everything must be activated by a greater mind with the idea that we are separated into body, soul and mind. But there remains a conception that the movements of the soul are part of a greater soul, an illustration of the mind, an attempt to give order to an observed reality and to place realizations where they belong.
In experiencing the present moment, preventing our consciousness from sorting and judging, this unintentional, empty state of our conscience allows that the suffering experienced by the client can be abated or can be acknowledged on a deeper human level.
This empty state of consciousness is essentially a spiritual, mystical experience and is nothing new to us. It is experienced time and again when used in the consciousness and language of the respective culture. Samadhi, Tao, Satori, “to look squarely into the absolute source of all being”, „sacrament of the Now“, “the cloud of unknowing” and „the divine spark“ are examples of this experience beyond polarity. This conscious state, varying in depth and intensity, is normally associated with a spiritual discipline such as Yoga, Contemplation, Zen, Vipassana. Such disciplines can be seen as a way of life, they have no end, one continually adjusts and practices. With this in mind an accompanying meditation is helpful in constellation work. In fact constellation work can be conceived as a practical experience of meditation, again and again focusing on intrinsic information presenting itself due to unintentional observing and waiting.