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.
This is a talk about transgenerational trauma between Anita Lasker-Wallfisch, her daughter Maya Jacobs-Wallfisch and Thomas Hübl. Anita Lasker-Wallfisch (92) is a German-British cellist and
Isabelle Mansuy is professor in neuroepigenetics at the university Zurich. Her lab is pioneer in the new field of transgenerational epigenetic inheritance. This talk with
William Ury, co-founder of Harvard’s program on negotiation and author of best-selling “Getting to Yes,” speaks with Thomas Hübl about the symptoms of trauma in several
Dialogue between Thomas Hübl and Nobel Peace Prize nominee Dr. Scilla Elworthy as part of the Pocket Project.
Dr. Rivka Tuval-Mashiach is a clinical psychologist in the Department of Psychology at Bar-Ilan University, Israel. She is the head of the Community Services Unit
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 On June 28, 2016, Thomas Hübl met with the Pocket Project working group in Israel. Below is a partial transcript of their