Articles & Videos

We will be posting more articles and videos, by Thomas Hübl and other contributors, as well as links to relevant research studies, in the coming months.

ARTICLE: Silver Linings in Challenging Times

By Ellen Barlowpublished in Harvard Catalyst02/09/2020 Silver Linings in Challenging Times – How members of Harvard Medical School faculty and staff are thriving, despite what 2020 has brought these past six months. Silver Linings in Challenging Times...

VIDEO: Building Community Coherence and Resilience

Topics of this talk: What does it mean to create community coherence? How can an individual or group leverage adversity to consciously build more resilience? How can we increase our relational capacity to self-regulate? How can we create coherent collective fields...

VIDEO: Collective Witnessing for Deep Healing

In this talk we’ll look at: What is collective witnessing? What does it mean to create a field of presence either as the participant or observer and what effect does this have? How to use the power of the collective fields to heal trauma How collective...

VIDEO: Collective Trauma In Our World Today

In this first event in the series, Thomas explored: How we are born into a pre-traumatized world and how collective trauma surfaces in times of stress and change How collective trauma gets created, passed through generations and re-triggered in times of stress How...

VIDEO: The #Coronavirus Crisis: Remaining Related and Resilient

Thomas Hübl and Terry Patten explore how we can remain related and open-hearted in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic. They discuss ways to work with our own stress and fears, be of help to others, and avoid becoming polarized. Thomas shares the insight that while...

ARTICLE: Deepening our Collective Roots

By Taylor Plimptonpublished in Tricycle13/03/2020 Hübl, T.: “Deepening our Collective Roots.” Tricycle (March 13, 2020) In: Practicing in a Pandemic – Six new teachings on how to find compassion and equanimity in a time of great uncertainty, Gesshin Claire Greenwood,...

ARTICLE: Internet, Technological Development and Trauma

By Ina Krausepublished in thomashuebl.com15/12/2019 Why is it important today to bring these issues together? Technological development is progressing very fast. Digitization of work, industry 4.0, robotization, artificial intelligence, and transhumanism are keywords....

ARTICLE: A New Initiative Grapples with Collective Traumas

By Lori Shridharepublished in Buddhist Review Tricycle22/08/2019 Shridhare, Lori: “A New Initiative Grapples with Collective Traumas“, Tricycle (August 22, 2019). About Global Social Witnessing and the Pocket Project for Collective and Intergenerational Trauma...

VIDEO: Wisdom 2.0 – Healing Personal and Collective Trauma

Thomas Hübl just made his first visit to the Wisdom 2.0 conference, held from March 1 to 3, 2019, in San Francisco! He held a dialogue on the main stage with Soren Gordhamer, founder of Wisdom 2.0, on the topic of “Healing Personal and Collective Trauma”, then led a...

VIDEO: Healing Collective Trauma

Thomas Hübl’s work explores and supports our quest for greater awareness, and in particular the implications of collective trauma for the development of our individual lives and for humanity in general. In this talk from SAND18 (Science and Nonduality Conference 2018)...

VIDEO: Pocket Project at the Bermuda Conference

  Samvedam Randles, Pocket Project one-year training alumni, offered a presentation on “Intergenerational and Collective trauma” at the Bermuda conference to raise awareness of Adverse Childhood Experiences. She shares her experiences from the Pocket Project...

ARTICLE: Facilitating the Integration of Collective Trauma

By Julie Jordan Avrittpublished in Kosmos Journal06/06/2017 “Thou shalt not bow down thyself to them, nor serve them: for I the LORD thy God am a jealous God, visiting the iniquity of the fathers upon the children unto the third and fourth generation…” ~...

VIDEO: About the Pocket Project

Thomas Hübl discusses the goals of The Pocket Project, an initiative dedicated to deepening our understanding of collective and intergenerational trauma, and to training groups of people worldwide to work effectively in conflict and trauma situations.

ARTICLE: Developing a Safe Container for Trauma Integration

By Pocket Projectpublished in pocketproject.org23/07/2016 On June 28, 2016, Thomas Hübl met with the Pocket Project working group in Israel. Below is a partial transcript of their conversation, in which Thomas discusses the resources that we can develop and draw upon...