Living the Life Forces – ontology

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As humans, we are equipped to lead both and inner and outer life. When these two are harmonious, they become one, so that our outer actions, thoughts and feelings are guided by our inner Self

This is the essence of being human. In this powerful, experiential workshop we will introduce the Life Forces model that reflects the natural order that we are all a part of, including elements that echo and mirror the material, vegetal, animal, and human realms, our collective evolutionary history and inherited and familial patterns. Because when a genetic predisposition, a feeling, a habit, or a belief takes power or influences us, whether positively or negatively, it exerts a force. These forces may support us or disrupt our natural order. We invite you to join us on a profound journey – in a beautiful setting – using the constellation process, individual and group work to facilitate a wider and deeper understanding of the forces that shape you, and how they can support you in fully emerging as your Self.


There are many ontologies; all are classification systems describe an ontology – a sequence of references and relationships that describe a process, idea, genus, mathematical or computer science etc. These classification systems describe the ontology of references that help build a map, model or understanding of a particular domain. In the metaphysical domain there exists specific, yet varied classifications that attempt to describe a human. We have melded this old knowledge with our contemporary inner understanding and experiences, and created a modern template of a human being. We have taken an understanding that is thousands of years old, and laid upon it a new structure, a new representation and new understanding of the emergence of a human into full potential and realization. Our ontological model describes the classification of and emergence of a human though different states of being.

“I find this model is the most comprehensive, integrated and complete of all I have studied. The practice/process that brings this model alive is guided with care, love and perseverance. Life patterns that have become limiting or destructive become recognized and surrendered with support and guidance allowing the growth of the new. The changes are deep and resonant.”
Peggy Smith, USA

“This workshop has facilitated in me a process of re-connecting to the very essence and essences of who I am and what it means to be a human being. Thank you and God Bless.”
Angie O’Rourke, UK

“The process of carefully guided self-exploration has given me a way of understanding myself as a truly integrated being. (Eleven years of psychoanalysis did not give me this sense of integration). I know of no other model of human experience (and the human condition) that embodies what it is to be human in all its variations and nuance. The process of exploring this model with the Thoms brought me home to myself in a way I have never previously experienced. A deeply wise approach that integrates body, mind, soul and spirit.”
Robert Perry, USA

“Solihin and Alicia are superb at facilitating this amazingly grounded, creative process into knowing who you are, why you are here and where you are headed, in relationship to yourself and your life. And it is always with a truly great group of people that we get to discover these gems about ourselves!”
Anita Soos, USA

Pre-requisite: Participants are asked to read Being Human: Exploring the forces that shape us and awaken an inner life – by Solihin and Alicia Thom and Alexandra ter Horst
Their book, is available through this site on line, at or at good bookshops everywhere.

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