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Bert Hellinger

Anton Hellinger (known as Bert Hellinger) (12/16/1925 – 09/19/2019), was a  German psychotherapist associated with a therapeutic method best known as Family Constellations and Systemic Constellations. In recent years, his work evolved beyond these formats into what he called Movements of the Spirit-Mind. Several thousand professional practitioners worldwide, influenced by Hellinger, continue to apply and adapt his original insights to a broad range of personal, organizational and political applications.

Hellinger had published more than 90 books, 70 of them listed in the catalog of the German National Library (Deutsche National-Bibliothek, Leipzig). About half his publishings are documentaries on his family constellation work, again as workshop transcripts. The other half presents his philosophy. Hellinger himself spoke of Natural Transcendence as his most important book.

Hellinger traveled widely, delivering lectures, workshops, and training courses throughout Europe, the United States, Central and South America, Russia, China, and Japan. Until his death on September 19, 2019, Hellinger operated the Hellinger School with his second wife, Maria Sophie Hellinger.

Works

Hellinger published more than 30 books with combined sales of one million copies in at least ten languages. Some of his books translated into English include:

  • Hellinger, B. (2001). Love’s own truths: Bonding and balancing in close relationships (M. Oberli-Turner & H. Beaumont, Trans.). Phoenix, AZ: Zeig, Tucker & Theisen.
  • Hellinger, B. (2002). Insights: Lectures and stories. (J. ten Herkel, Trans.). Heidelberg, Germany: Carl-Auer-Systeme Verlag.
  • Hellinger, B. (2002). On life & other paradoxes: Aphorisms and little stories from Bert Hellinger (R. Metzner, Trans.). Phoenix, AZ: Zeig, Tucker & Theisen.
  • Hellinger, B. (2003). Farewell family constellations with descendants of victims and perpetrators (C. Beaumont, Trans.). Heidelberg, Germany: Carl-Auer-Systeme Verlag.
  • Hellinger, B. (2003). Rachel Weeping for Her Children: Family Constellations in Israel Heidelberg, Germany: Carl-Auer-International.
  • Hellinger, B. (2003). Peace begins in the soul: Family constellations in the service of reconciliation (C. Beaumont, Trans.). Heidelberg, Germany: Carl-Auer-Systeme Verlag.
  • Hellinger, B. (2006). No waves without the ocean: Experiences and thoughts (J. ten Herkel & S. Tombleson, Trans.). Heidelberg, Germany: Carl-Auer-Systeme Verlag.
  • Hellinger, B. (2007). With God in mind. Berchtesgaden, Germany: Hellinger Publications.
  • Hellinger, B. (2009). Natural Transcendence. Hellinger publications.
  • Hellinger, B. & ten Hövel, G. (1999). Acknowledging what is: Conversations with Bert Hellinger. Phoenix, AZ: Zeig, Tucker & Theisen.
  • Hellinger, B., Weber, G., & Beaumont, H. (1998). Love’s hidden symmetry: What makes love work in relationships. Phoenix, AZ: Zeig, Tucker & Theisen.

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