Collective and Intergenerational
Trauma Integration: The Pocket Project

Thomas Hübl speaks about how we can develop a new understanding of collective trauma and its symptoms, and build the capacity to hold a higher presence – a “pocket” of consciousness – within the traumatized field.

The Pocket Project is creating a global initiative to:

  • Bring healing to collective and intergenerational trauma
  • Raise awareness of the multiple effects of trauma in our cultures
  • Understand collective shadows in a new way and reduce their effects on our global culture
  • Train the tools and competencies that enable trauma integration
  • Hold large-scale Healing and Restoration events
  • Develop the marriage of the deepest mystical wisdom with the latest psychological and scientific research

In June 2017 the Pocket Project started a one-year training programme that was completed in May 2018.

The purpose of the program was to: 

  • Develop a new understanding of collective trauma and its symptoms
  • Build healing and integration competencies
  • Explore large-scale group facilitation and shadow processes
  • Refine the energetics of working with individual, collective and transgenerational trauma

The Training involved developing tools to expand our consciousness, our perception and our embodiment in order to hold a higher presence in the midst of collective trauma – a pocket of consciousness holding space within the traumatized field. The tools we need to develop this capacity are energetic, psychological and spiritual.

The training was open to professionals wanting to develop new collective shadow work competencies, as well as to anyone with a wider interest in and calling to the subject.