Thomas Hübl is a renowned speaker, teacher, author, and international facilitator whose work integrates the core insights of the great wisdom traditions with the discoveries of contemporary science. Thomas has led online and in-person courses, as well as multi-day retreats with tens of thousands of people around the topics of collective trauma, personal development, relational competencies, and healing for the past 18 years. His gentle and highly perceptive approach to listening deeply to participants allows for a safe and compassionate environment that values openness and group listening. His teaching combines somatic awareness practices, advanced meditative practices, and transformational processes that address both individual and collective trauma. Thomas has established working groups and partnerships with physicians, psychologists, and therapists from the U.S., Germany, Israel, Canada, and elsewhere. These professionals have trained with him to overcome challenges of their respective healthcare systems and professional lives by developing competencies to work through unconscious stress patterns, such as transparent communication skills, mindfulness-based awareness practices, somatic processes, and self-reflective and group process work. Originally a student of medicine and science, Thomas took a radical departure from his career to commit to a four-year meditation retreat. As a result of those four years, he emerged with a dedication to explore consciousness and our collective potential for growth and healing. Thomas is the founder of the Academy of Inner Science, an institution utilizing a distinctive approach to exploring consciousness, evolution, and the junctures between mysticism and science. The Academy of Inner Science Graduate Program currently collaborates with five universities that offer Ph.D. programs in consciousness studies. An activist for the cause of global healing, Thomas created the Celebrate Life Festival, which has taken place annually in Europe for nearly two decades and is now in the US. The gathering brings together hundreds of people from around the world for a profound experiential immersion in cultural development and transformation. He is also the founder of the Pocket Project. Thomas has collaborated with luminaries in related fields, including addiction expert Dr. Gabor Maté, philosopher Ken Wilber, Nobel Peace Prize nominee Scilla Elworthy, psychosomatic medicine specialist Edda Gottschaldt, M.I.T professor Otto Scharmer, renowned couple therapist Terry Real, renowned systemic therapist Stephan Hausner, law professor Stephan Breidenbach, and renowned Harvard mediator William Ury. Thomas lives in Israel and Germany with his wife, the artist Yehudit Sasportas, and their daughter. His book Healing Collective Trauma will be published by Sounds True and MacMillian Publishing in November 2020. www.thomashuebl.comRead more Read less
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