Notes from the Indigenous Field: Family Systems Constellation, Ceremony & Ritual is a pragmatic spiritual walk introducing a variety of specific rituals and conversations which can be applied to facilitating systems constellation, health & human service practices, and personal growth. Providing a transformational walk with the 'universal indigenous field', contributions from a variety of aboriginal elders and voices make this an exciting journey. Stepping into a paradigm which nurtures a remembering of innate wisdom -available to all, we are challenged and encouraged by the author. Francesca Mason Boring introduces family system constellation in the context of cultures which have seen the world through a prism of inter-relationship for millennia. Including the aspect of normal prophetic/ancestral dream, (which is not yet included in the lexicon of western psychology), this book expands our conversations and concepts. Acknowledging historical trauma and the exclusion of indigenous technology in the development of many western healing traditions, doors which have been closed are re-opened for consideration.Including references to: Native Science- Natural Laws of Interdependence by Gregory Cajete, Blackfoot Physics by F. David Peat, the work of Rupert Sheldrake, Bert Hellinger, Anngwyn St. Just, Daan van Kampenhout, and many leaders in the field of systems constellation, this book feeds mind and soul. Included in this text discussing indigenous work being incorporated into personal and community healing are contributions from South Africa, Europe, Canada, Mexico and the U.S.This is a book which has been waiting to be born. Expanded from its original German and Dutch translations, Notes from the Indigenous Field is now available in English.