New Book by Thomas Hübl

Healing Collective Trauma – A Process for Integrating Our Intergenerational and Cultural Wounds. A comprehensive guide to understanding and addressing collective trauma by Thomas Hübl

Co-Founder of the Pocket Project, Thomas Hübl shares the importance of understanding individual and collective, ancestral, and historical trauma, from both a scientific and a mystical approach. 

In this important and timely book, Thomas explores the symptoms, habits, unconscious social agreements, and cultural shadows that lead to unhealed collective suffering, while offering new possibilities for how we can shed light in the darkness and come together in revolutionary ways to directly address our generational and cultural wounds. 

As we grapple with the volatility and threats of current events – climate change, a global pandemic, institutional racism, political polarization – Healing Collective Trauma is intended to offer a roadmap for understanding the core antecedents of our times and to present inspiring remedies to help us heal and restore ourselves, our communities, and our world. Published in November 2020 by SoundsTrue

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