Highlights from this session: The Pocket Project works to restore fragmentation by addressing and integrating individual, ancestral, and collective trauma. In this informative discussion, Thomas Hübl speaks with Pocket Project […]
Thomas Hübl is offering a 60 min overview of the basic principles of the practice of Global Social Witnessing, the human capacity to mindfully attend to global events with an […]
Topics covered: Exploring the nature of individual, ancestral and collective trauma Demystifying “normal” aspects of our work and life that are actually trauma symptoms Connecting to inner and outer […]
Pocket Project: Restoring A Fragmented World – Kosha Joubert (CEO PP) & Thomas Hübl (Founder PP) in Conversation
The Pocket Project envisions that by integrating collective trauma, we can heal the wounds from the past and shift humanity towards a path of emergence and evolutionary development.
The Garrison Institute Forum on Social Justice continues with a conversation between Thomas Hübl, spiritual teacher and author, and Dr. Angel Acosta, contemplative scholar-practitioner, on collective trauma and healing in […]
What is the background to the current global crisis situation with the #coronavirus #pandemic? What do we need now and what are the prospects? What role does collective trauma and […]
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 […]
Brian Swimme joins Thomas Hübl for an exploration of trauma through the perspective of how understanding the cosmos can illuminate new paths for healing.
From exposure to a 24/7 news cycle to crises in our communities, we are living in a time of high stress and collective trauma. What are the effects on each […]
How is the effect of social intervention tools influenced by collective trauma? Otto Scharmer, Senior Lecturer at Massachusetts Institute of Technology and founder of the “Theorie U” (leading from the […]