The war in Ukraine is a collective trauma resurgence in Europe, painfully resurfacing the unintegrated wounds of past conflicts. On March 6, 2022, Thomas gathered with a worldwide community to explore how we can activate our collective immune system to meet the challenges of this moment on both the inner and outer levels. Watch the video below.
German subtitles will be added to the video in a few days.
Das Video wird in den nächsten Tagen mit deutschen Untertiteln versehen.
The event was hosted and presented by Collective Presencing: https://www.collectivepresencing.com/event-march-6-2022/
More Info about Thomas Hübl: http://www.thomashuebl.com
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