The Knowing Field includes: articles, personal stories andconstellations, book reviews, commentaries, conference summaries as well as advertisements for workshops, conferences and publications worldwide. (For information on subscriptions or copies of past issues visit: www.theknowingfield.com)
The Knowing Field has continued to be inclusive. Reflecting the growing diversity of techniques and applications of constellation work, this high-quality publication has remained steadfast in its commitment to serve the work; simply: “ ‘acknowledging what is’ ”. Following journalistic protocol, rather than promoting a particular perspective or organizational venue, it has remained open to document the movement of the totality of the work: constructivism, movements of the soul, movements of the spirit, multi-cultural perspectives; it has been willing to hear the story; and print the truth.
In Issue 8 Jane Peterson stated: “It is my hope that as the constellation work spreads to different cultures, countries and peoples, we can resist the urge to seek the small comfort of certainty that standardization brings, and stay in a space of dialogue and learning long enough to let the work unfold as it sees fit. This requires an ability to hold the tension of differences.” The Knowing Field has attempted to hold that tension in a good way.