Opening to Our Humanity and Resilience in a Time of Upheaval

Opening to Our Humanity and Resilience in a Time of Upheaval

With Thomas Hübl  •  Recorded Sunday, May 1, 2022

An Online Community Conversation Facilitated by Zaya and Maurizio Benazzo

The effects of the war in Ukraine are being felt all over Europe as the neighboring nations try to accommodate the influx of refugees and prepare for escalating conflicts in the region. In less than two months, over 4 million people have fled Ukraine and 10 million had to leave their homes, joining over 82 million displaced people worldwide due to conflict. The war also brings a resurgence of collective trauma. Old wounds and unintegrated experiences of conflict and oppression are painfully reemerging from the depths of our bodies and psyches.

Join teacher and author Thomas Hübl in exploring with a worldwide community how to recognize the architecture of collective and intergenerational trauma in our lives and to begin to find healing paths for its painful cycles.

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A Conversation with Thomas Hübl

May 1, 2022 9:00am - 10:30am PDT

Thomas Hübl

Thomas Hübl is a renowned teacher, author, and international facilitator whose lifelong work integrates the core insights of the great wisdom traditions and mysticism with the discoveries of science. Since the early 2000s, he has been leading large-scale events and courses that focus on the healing and integration of trauma, with a special focus on the shared history of Israelis and Germans. Over the last decade, he has facilitated dialogue with thousands of people around healing the collective traumas of racism, oppression, colonialism, genocides in the U.S., Israel, Germany, Spain, and Argentina. He has been teaching workshops and presenting trainings for Harvard Medical School since 2019. His non-profit organization, the Pocket Project, works to support the healing of collective trauma throughout the world. He is the author of the book, Healing Collective Trauma: A Process for Integrating Our Intergenerational and Cultural Wounds, which outlines his methodology called the “Collective Trauma Integration Process” as a safe framework for guiding groups through collective trauma. and

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