Across the Veil Constellations

A day of learning, healing, and community

with Dr. Sarah Kerr, PhD

Learn about the soul’s journey in the afterlife

Ease your fears or anxiety about death

Find connection and resolution with your dead loved ones

Saturday June 10th, 9:30-5:00, Victoria BC
$145 CAD (~$107 USD)

An Opportunity for Learning and Healing

If you’ve ever wondered what happens after we die
Across the Veil Constellations can offer you an experiential confirmation of the afterlife.

If you’re grieving the death of a loved one
Across the Veil Constellations can help you find comfort and peace.

If you work with dying people and their families
Across the Veil Constellations can give you clarity about the dying process.

If you’re struggling with death anxiety
Across the Veil Constellations can bring you ease and reassurance.

What are constellations?

Constellations are an embodied and intuitive ritual practice for bringing insight and healing to our lives.

Across the Veil Constellations specifically address issues of dying, death, and bereavement. They will help you gain a whole new perspective on the mysteries of living and dying

In a constellation, the group is guided through a somatic and experiential process to explore a specific question or issue.

We’ll do three or four constellations in a day, and everyone participates in each constellation as deeply as they wish to. You’ll find learning and healing whether you’re the focus person for the constellation or not.

What kind of questions or issues will we explore?

Across the Veil Constellations help you find clarity and ease around issues of death and loss. They also deepen your embodied relationship with the death, so you can meet it with grace and confidence.

You may bring a specific question to the day, or you may find your learning and healing through participating the larger group process.

Previous constellation topics:

A woman whose mother died recently was worried that her mother might not have made it to the far shore, because the rituals after her death had been so rushed. The constellation showed the daughter that her mom was well landed, and also supported some important healing work that needed to be done on their relationship.

A father whose child died several years ago was concerned because his other child, who was very young at the time, hadn’t been able to move on from the experience. The constellation showed that both the children needed a chance to resolve something that hadn’t been properly completed at the time of death and helped that to happen.

A person who had been present at a stranger’s sudden death many years ago still felt unresolved about it. The constellation showed that they were still entangled with part of the person who had died, and supported them with the help they needed to let that go.

A woman who had taken her cat to be euthanized struggled with guilt that her cat may have felt betrayed, rather than supported by the process. The constellation showed that the cat was fine, and understood exactly what had happened and why.

Across the Veil Constellations can bring healing and insight to:

– Unresolved grief
– Issues of estrangement or conflict before death
– Unfinished conversations
– Abortion or miscarriage
– Pet death
– Death anxiety
– Questions around Medical Aid in Dying
– And many other deathly questions and situations

For Death Doulas and other end-of-life practitioners

If you support dying people and their families, part of what you bring to the process is your own embodied familiarity with the dying process. This deep relationship with death and loss is an energetic, rather than intellectual quality. People feel it, and it’s part of the healing gift you offer.

Participating in Across the Veil constellations will deepen your relationship with the dying process and give you a bone-deep confidence and language to help people navigate the soul journey of death and loss.

Find the insight and clarity you’re looking for

Where: Norway House, 1110 Hillside Ave, Victoria, BC.
When: 9:30-5:00, June 10th
Please arrange ferry schedules etc. so you can stay for the full day.

Please Note:
1. This is a live, in-person event and it will not be recorded.
2. This modality may not be appropriate for you if you are in acute grief.
If you’ve experienced a significant death in the last year, please contact me before you register. I may suggest further healing work before participating in a constellation


Dr. Sarah Kerr, PhD

I’ve been a death doula and ritual healing practitioner since 2012. I have a doctorate in Transformative Learning and I’ve been a student of spiritual and systemic healing practices for almost three decades.

I appreciate the lineage of Systemic Constellations, and I honour my trainers in this work, especially Bill Mannle, Anngwyn St Just, Karl-Heinz Rauscher, Shannon Zaychuck, and Jonathan Hooton.

My clients and students understand that death and loss are important parts of their spiritual journey, but they may not have a spiritual map to guide them through these experiences. I bring a map rooted in energy medicine, systems thinking, sacred sciences and ancient wisdom traditions.

I’m honoured to share what I’ve learned from my teachers, clients, and direct experience. I’m grateful to be part of a larger community of people who are working to do death better.