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Thomas Hübl is a teacher, author and founder of the Academy of Inner Science. Thomas’ teaching integrates the core insights of the great wisdom traditions with the discoveries of contemporary science, illuminating both with his profound understanding. Thomas’ work combines somatic awareness practices, advanced meditative practices, and transformational processes that address both individual and collective trauma, opening the potential for growth and healing. 

Thomas has guided large-scale healing events that have brought together thousands of Germans and Israelis to acknowledge, face and heal the cultural shadow left by the Holocaust. Thomas has worked with tens of thousands of people worldwide through workshops, multi-year training programs and online courses. He is also the founder of the nonprofit Pocket Project, which aims to increase awareness and understanding of collective trauma and reduce its effects. Through his nonprofit organization, Thomas seeks to facilitate conscious cultural change with initiatives such as the popular Celebrate Life Festival, a multi-day immersive event which takes place annually in either Germany or the U.S. Thomas’ forthcoming book on healing collective trauma will be published in 2020.

About Thomas Hübl

May 16-17, 2020

Healing Collective Trauma

“Examining our collective fragmentation is the way to our evolutionary intelligence. This is how we can integrate and grow.”

— THOMAS HÜBL

“Thomas Hübl’s exploration of collective trauma strikes at a core issue confronting our modern civilization.” 

– Gabor Maté, MD
Author, In The Realm of Hungry Ghosts: Close Encounters With Addiction

“I have found Thomas Hübl’s work with collective healing to be tremendously innovative and eye-opening. This type of engagement with what appears to be 'other' is what we need in order to learn what it truly means to take multiple perspectives and live in an open-hearted way.” 

– Tami Simon
Founder and publisher, Sounds True

“With compassion and insight, Thomas helps people heal their deepest wounds and access their highest potential to be of service in this troubled world.” 

– William Ury
Co-Founder of the Harvard School of Negotiation, and Author of Getting to Yes with Yourself

Questions? Contact Us.

Transforming Crisis into Opportunity

We are going through a profoundly challenging time. Our habitual ways of living are being disrupted, which triggers a lot of stress and fear. On the other hand, it opens up a space for inquiry and transformation that is not possible when we are embedded in our usual habits.

Even before the global pandemic, we were living with the effects of unrecognized collective trauma, including systemic problems such as racial and economic injustice, and even our climate crisis.

Our challenge is to learn how to become aware of our participation in the collective trauma of our culture and turn this moment of crisis into an evolutionary opportunity.

A 2-Day Online Workshop with Thomas Hübl

presents

Join Thomas and hundreds of people from around the world in creating a virtual field for collective healing.

Through two days of meditation, teachings, interactive exercises, and group process work, we’ll explore how to integrate and transform collective trauma into an opportunity for growth and healing.

Register Now for the Healing Collective Trauma 2-Day Online Workshop

Select the number of tickets you want, then click the “Checkout” button below to securely complete your registration.

  • Teachings and Q&A with Thomas

  • Guided meditation

  • Interactive exercises

  • Group process work

  • Breakout Groups

What the Workshop Includes

You’ll attend 2 days of LIVE online sessions that include:

The teaching and Q&A sessions will be recorded and the audio recordings are yours to keep.

U.S. Pacific TimeActivity
6:00am - 7:30am*Facilitated Breakout Groups (optional)
8:00am - 11:00amTeaching / Meditation / Q&A Discussion
11:00am - 12:00 noonLunch Break
12:00 noon - 2:00pmTeaching / Group Process Session
2:00pm - 2:30pmBreak
2:30pm - 4:00pm*Facilitated Breakout Groups (optional)

Each day will last 8 hours with breaks as noted below (schedule subject to change; all times are approximate).

All times listed in U.S. Pacific time 
Find the time in your area

Schedule for Saturday, May 16

U.S. Pacific TimeActivity
8:00am - 11:00amTeaching / Meditation / Q&A Discussion
11:00am - 12:00 noonLunch Break
12:00 noon - 2:00pmTeaching / Group Process Session
2:00pm - 2:30pmBreak
2:30pm - 4:00pm*Facilitated Breakout Groups (optional)

What You’ll Discover...

  • How collective trauma affects our health, relationships, and communities

  • What it means that we are all shareholders of the collective field

  • Where to stand in a polarized climate to create a path for healing

  • Practices and tools for uncovering and integrating collective trauma

Frequently Asked Questions

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Learn to distinguish the different levels of trauma to better understand how its symptoms affect our lives. Become aware of the collective trauma we are born into and the ways we unwittingly participate in perpetuating it. We can find the intelligence in the trauma, and learn how to heal the past and create space in the present moment.

Day 1 Explorations

Day 2 Explorations

For two days, Thomas will guide us in an exploration of the deep impact of collective trauma and how mystical wisdom, practices, and tools can help us heal.

We are living through global challenges where collective trauma layers are being reactivated. Can we meet this moment with presence: honoring our fear, while awakening the resilience that has been transmitted from our ancestors who survived crises in the past? We’ll explore how we can raise our collective awareness, create mutual support and collaboration, and fully embody our potential.

Unlocking Our Higher Capacities 

Trauma is both an individual and a collective issue. Our shared work is to investigate how these entangled traumas live inside each of us, and to come together to consciously work on healing our collective traumas—both the crisis we currently face and the traumas inherited from generations past. 

Through this process, we can break through the obstacles to our spiritual evolution and unlock our higher capacities for collective intelligence, innovation, and insight. 

This workshop is suitable for anyone interested in personal and collective healing. Therapists, coaches, consultants, and other health professionals will also find the workshop valuable.

Special Bonus:
Collective Trauma Expert Interviews

You'll Also Receive 5+ Hours of Video Recordings

Watch these inspiring conversations with leading visionaries and explore how we can heal collective trauma within ourselves, our communities, and our planet:

  • Thomas Hübl: Collective Trauma: How Together We Can Shift the Consciousness of Humanity

  • Rev. Angel Kyodo williams: The False Divide Between Personal and Social Awakening

  • Daniel J. Siegel, MD: Collective Trauma and Mindfulness

  • Woman Stands Shining (Pat McCabe): The Trauma of Disconnection with Community: Earth, Animal, Human

  • Expert Panel with Thomas Hübl, Monica Sharma, Christina Bethell, and William Ury: The Future of Collective Trauma

Schedule

Schedule for Sunday, May 17

* Breakout Groups are scheduled to accommodate both North American and European time zones)

  • Teachings and Q&A with Thomas

  • Guided meditation

  • Interactive exercises

  • Group process work

  • Breakout Groups

What the Workshop Includes

You’ll attend 2 days of LIVE online sessions that include:

The teaching and Q&A sessions will be recorded and the audio recordings are yours to keep.

U.S. Pacific TimeActivity
8:00am - 11:00amTeaching / Meditation / Q&A Discussion
11:00am - 12:00 noonLunch Break
12:00 noon - 2:00pmTeaching / Group Process Session
2:00pm - 2:30pmBreak
2:30pm - 4:00pm*Facilitated Breakout Groups (optional)
U.S. Pacific TimeActivity
6:00am - 7:30am*Facilitated Breakout Groups (optional)
8:00am - 11:00amTeaching / Meditation / Q&A Discussion
11:00am - 12:00 noonLunch Break
12:00 noon - 2:00pmTeaching / Group Process Session
2:00pm - 2:30pmBreak
2:30pm - 4:00pm*Facilitated Breakout Groups (optional)

Each day will last 8 hours with breaks as noted below (schedule subject to change; all times are approximate).

All times listed in U.S. Pacific time 
Find the time in your area

Schedule for Saturday, May 16

Schedule

* Breakout Groups are scheduled to accommodate both North American and European time zones)

Schedule for Sunday, May 17

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