The International Labs are online groups that meet over several months with the support of Pocket Project facilitators to explore the historical background, architecture and specific expression of ancestral and collective fields of trauma. They are held within a meta-learning framework of research and supervision.
The Labs deepen the foundation of the work of the Pocket Project, expanding our understanding, and broadening our awareness and digestion of the collective trauma aftereffects within individuals and societies. In the Labs, we begin by forming coherence and resourcing the group, before we turn our attention towards the specific area of trauma that we are focussing on.
While our ultimate goal is to release, integrate and heal the trauma that is stored both within individuals and within groups of people who share a similar trauma pattern in their collective unconscious, in our lab journeys, instead, we might begin to digest only small chunks of the energy. Each process is shaped by the specificity of the group and the content being explored. Each journey has its own quality and rhythm, which we need to attune and adapt to, thus shaping a unique learning experience.
As we continue this work together, we create a more open, creative global culture that has the potential for a future that’s sustainable.
These serve as a loose outline or map for the journey of the International Labs:
Synchronizing body, emotions, mind and spirit and forming relational coherence as a group.
(of collective Trauma) - Becoming aware of denial and/or touching repression of the trauma.
Individual & collective conditioning is voiced, expressed and witnessed.
Tracking the specificity and listening to the precise quality of individual and collective voices that arise during the process.
Returning to synchronizing body, emotions, mind and spirit to begin integration.
Transpersonal witnessing, reflection and integration of the process and impulses for transformative action.
The International Labs completed their first cycle from November 2020 to July 2021. There were 23 Labs, each covering a distinct area of collective trauma, and each with 20 – 65 participants.
The Lab cycle was supervised by Thomas Huebl and senior students, and led by Pocket Project facilitators. The process was accompanied by an internal evaluation and regular surveys to monitor the experience and process of participants.
We are currently in a period of reflection, digestion and meta-learning.
We anticipate providing more preparatory spaces for practice for participants, namely our Practice Groups and Triad Platform. We also aim to continue the learning and integration process for our Pocket Project Facilitators throughout 2022 so that we can continue to refine and uplift the precision and beauty of the work of the Labs.
A second round of International Labs is likely to open in January 2022.
is a psychologist and psychotherapist. She is trained in various aspects of humanistic therapy (psychotherapy, behavioural therapy, integrative body psychotherapy, family constellation work, trauma work). Anne has accompanied people in crisis situations for 30 years. In her work with individuals, couples and groups, she integrates psychotherapeutic and intuitive knowledge to open spaces of experiential growth, development and awareness. She invites people to confront their own shadow aspects in order to find healing. She develops seminars and annual courses for women. Anne is a trainer and assistant in the Timeless Wisdom Training and in the Pocket Project training for collective and intergenerational trauma integration. She is part of the research group ‘Mysticism and Healing’.
is a certified psychotherapist (behavioral therapist) (DGVT) and supervisor (DGVT), as well as a licensed child and youth psychotherapist. For 20 years, she has been working in a psychiatric day clinic. For the past 10 years, she has also offered psychotherapeutic group and individual sessions in private practice. Heidi is a supervisor for therapists, psychologists and treatment teams and trains psychotherapists in self-awareness. Heidi’s mission is to create spaces for healing. Heidi has been a student of Thomas Hübl for over ten years and is a member of his Inner Science Training Group. She is an assistant in the Timeless Wisdom Training and part of the research group ‘Mysticism and Healing’.
has 30 years of experience in accompanying people, especially in body therapy (physiotherapy, osteopathy) and also in personal development and growth. Markus works to help his clients develop a deeper sensitivity for tensions in their body and the body’s energy field as well as their origins. He works with people both in his practice and also online internationally. Since 2002 Markus has had intensive contact with Thomas Hübl and has accompanied people and their personal processes during Thomas Hübl’s seminars and online courses for many years. Since 2011 he has also been involved in the training and further education of the team of assistants.