The Coronavirus Crisis: Remaining Related and Resilient

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 fears, be of help to others, and avoid becoming polarized. Thomas shares the insight that while a crisis such as this can uncover collective traumas, it can also reawaken the resilience that has been transmitted to us by our ancestors who have survived crises in the past. If we focus on building meaningful relational networks at this time, we’ll create an intelligent feedback loop that increases our cultural resilience.