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.
Topics covered: Exploring the nature of individual, ancestral and collective trauma Demystifying “normal” aspects of our work and life that are actually trauma symptoms
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
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
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
Brian Swimme joins Thomas Hübl for an exploration of trauma through the perspective of how understanding the cosmos can illuminate new paths for healing.
On every level of the system – individual, intimate relationships, family systems, parts of our culture, humanity, and the world – we can see post-traumatic learning, which not only leads to greater well-being of individuals and societies, but also to greater creativity. It creates more willingness to contribute to society. And eventually, it opens up the world that the next generations will be walking into.
By published in Mysticism and Collective Healing: Q&A with Thomas Hübl – – Watkins Mind Body Spirit shares a Q&A with spiritual teacher Thomas Hübl
By published in About a three-part webinar series in May and early June for Harvard staff, guided by Thomas Hübl Read article here
By published in About a healthcare workers support project during the pandemic crisis initiated by Thomas Hübls’s Pocket Project for Collective and Intergenerational Trauma Integration.