THE KNOWING FIELD

The Knowing Field is a term coined by Albrecht Mahr from the idea of the Morphogenetic Field by Rupert Sheldrake

At its most simple, it is our ability to know.
All sessions, workshops and groups i run, will help you tap into your knowingness.
Remote Viewer, Lyn Buchanan talks about the link to the Subconscious Mind which knows.
We have the ability to access direct knowing, we just have to have the skill and the patience to build the relationship to the subconscious mind.

Rupert Sheldrake,
one of the world’s most innovative biologists and writers, is best known for his theory of morphic fields and morphic resonance, which leads to a vision of a living, developing universe with its own inherent memory.

The “knowing field” is a term created by Albrecht Mahr, a German physician, psychoanalyst and leader in Family Constellation work. The “knowing field” is the constellation energy field.  This field of energy informs the facilitator, representatives, client, and those observing the constellation of what may be affecting the consciousness of the client.  It is this informing knowledge that guides the constellation along its way toward the best possible outcome for all those involved.

In our lives, the “knowing field” is all that surrounds us at any given moment.  It is made up of the people in our life and the situations we are in.  We are within the field at all times.  The field is informing us at all times and the field is guiding us at all times along our life’s path.  These different energy fields represent different parts of our lives.  They can be separate and act independently from each other but are all interconnected and over-lapping to greater and lesser degrees.

In a constellation, the representatives chosen are directly related to the issue the client presents.  Once a constellation is ‘set up,’ the facilitator and client first observe the field. Then the representatives are asked what they are sensing within themselves and in relation to each other before the client enters the constellation.  These two acts — seeing and hearing the ‘knowledge’ that the field presents — can guide the constellation toward the best interest of the client.  In other words, the field points the direction for the client to follow.  Often, the direction is not comfortable but it is usually necessary for clarity or healing to be achieved.