Liberating questions

Sarah Cornally and Siets Bakker invite you to participate in this unique event series.
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5 inspiring meetings 

all meetings will be recorded and available a whole year
  1. SOVEREIGNTY Thursday 1st September 12:00-13:30 CEST (recording available)
  2. TRUST | Session 2: Thursday 28th September 12:00-13:30 CEST
  3. GUILT & INNOCENCE| Session 3: Thursday 27th October 12:00-13:30 CEST 
  4. LIFE FORCE | Session 4: Thursday 24th November 12:00-13:30 CEST 
  5. QUITTING (OR ENDING?) | Session 5: Thursday 15th December 12:00-13:30 CEST 

Rich dialogues on current worldwide issues

supported by the systemic wisdom of Sarah Cornally (Australia) and Siets Bakker (Europe)


According to the systemic wisdom one is always part of a larger system. Being part of a larger system means being protected by it, having access to its knowledge and wisdom. The price to pay is giving up part of your own sovereignty. And you have no choice. In the first conversation we’ll explore some answers to the question ‘what is the place for sovereignty?’


Being able to trust a person or a system is a wonderful feeling. It confirms the connectedness and the sense of belonging. You can close your eyes and know you’re taken care of. But when does it turn into being blind? You’ll need to keep ownership partly as well. The question in this conversation is ‘how can you trust yourself?’


All systems have both expectations and obligations for belonging and there is a dance between them. When we align, we feel the comfort of innocence. When we push the boundaries, we feel the tension of guilt. Not all systems are complementary. The question is ‘how to move beyond the polarity and into the dance of wholeness?’


Life force has an arc of expression to fulfil its purpose. It will find a way. This life force may take us in unknown and unexpected directions. The question we will explore is ‘how to find and follow a true movement?’


Many, many systems are putting their own survival in the centre of their existence. Old systems are respected for their age. We are taught to think in terms of ’survival of the fittest’ and developed many strategies to continue what is. In a way this goes against the systemic view that a healthy system always serves a greater good. We challenge you to ask yourself: which parts are systemically spoken, finished?




everything is invited. Especially unspoken thougts


this series is a one off


hosted from Europe and Australia

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About the hosts

Sarah Cornally is a frontier rider and catalyst for transformation. Sarah has academic qualifications in behavioural, biological and engineering sciences, as well as organisational behaviour, industrial relations and leadership. She is internationally trained in both Family and Organisational Systemic Constellations and Systemic Structural Constellations. She is passionate about knowledge becoming applied wisdom in organisations. 
Sarah Cornally
Siets Bakker is a forerunner in the field of applied systemic work. Siets is trained to facilitate family and organizational constellations but is much more interested in finding practical ways to apply systemic knowledge to everyday life. She is the author of ‘Unlocking systemic wisdom’ and ‘Moving Questions’. Both books help the reader to apply systemic knowledge in everyday life. 
Siets Bakker
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