Constellations and Co-presencing articles


Please see Social Alchemy Index Page for collective and community constellation work.


Collective Resourcing notes:


--Expanded form of Constellations for Collective Resourcing - May 2019     

This article offered some new ideas about resourcing and constellation design, based on some earlier experiences.


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-- Collective Resourcing with image - July 2019

Two months later, we found ways to use the ideas from May 2019 in constellations work.

This article shows one version of a process for collective resourcing, the Resource Rich constellation and describes some direct experiences of this process


Same file, on a Google Doc



--Resource Rich Constellations Handout

A handout used after teaching/demonstrating the Resource-Rich process to a training group.




--“Small Plates Menu” approach to teaching constellation facilitation.

This contains a diagram of 4 aspects of the work, and a few exercises for each aspect, along with some description of my own background.     This has the Venn Diagram of 4 aspects of learning facilitation without the other pages



--Representation as Spiritual Practice - Karen Dremel Master’s Thesis  Table of Contents  Body of the Paper



Co-Presencing Related articles


--Some images by Beth Tener

Lovely and evocative visual portrayals of some of the energetic dynamics in group spaces.

(Beth’s professional website is at



--Some descriptions of the Co-presencing process, with links to some of the communities that offer some variation of it

  This handout was offered during a facilitator training in July 2020. 

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--Link to Ria Baeck’s Collective Presencing site

Ria has done a great deal of work and mapping in this area. She makes some very good and useful distinctions here…



--Different Kinds of We-Space Magic

An attempt to describe some of the different kinds of experiences that show up in different kinds of collective spaces, including Constellations, co-presencing, and other We-Spaces. When Ria Baeck read this, she said, half-jokingly “You summarized my book in one page” (Her book has many more distinctions and examples than my rough framework)


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