The Black Sheep of the Family

“The so-called black sheep of the family are, in fact, hunters born of paths of liberation into the family tree.

The members of a tree who do not conform to the norms or traditions of the family system, those who since childhood have constantly sought to revolutionise beliefs, going against the paths marked by family traditions, those criticised, judged and even rejected, these are usually called to free the tree of repetitive stories that frustrate entire generations.

The black sheep, those who do not adapt, those who cry rebelliously, play a basic role within each family system, they repair, pick up and create new and unfold branches in the family tree.”

– Bert Hellinger

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4 Comments leave a comment below

  1. Something’s happen and some are meant to be.

  2. Omg, this is the second time I’ve seen this quote this week. I am meant to share this as well. 🖤

  3. Wow.
    Thank you for sharing this.
    Puts things in a completely different light.

  4. This makes everything I’ve been through in my life make sense. This is me!