Family Constellation, collage of adhesive film on drawing polyester on lightbox A Family Constellation is a therapeutic method used that tries to uncover an unknown dynamic in a particular family. The method has been described by physicists as quantum mysticism, and its founder Bert Hellinger incorporated the speculative idea of morphic resonance into his explanation of it. Practitioners claim that present-day problems and difficulties may be influenced by traumas suffered in previous generations of the family, even if those affected are unaware of the original event. The psychiatrist Iván Böszörményi-Nagy referred to this phenomenon as “invisible loyalties”. The philosophical orientation of Family Constellations were derived through an integration of existential phenomenology, family systems therapy, and elements of indigenous mysticism.